A Reliable Wife By Robert Goolrick

Such an easy book to read, it's mostly because it doesn't have much to say. All the story could have been told in only one page. But I guess the writer likes redundant sentences.

It was exactly like the original sin the movie with Angelina Jolie and Antonio Banderas; which was based on a book “a waltz to remember!” so nothing original about this book.

A rich man decides to find a companion via mail, when she arrives he is astonished by her beauty, and as the story goes on there is nothing reliable about his wife.
LordVoldemort LordVoldemort
36-40, F
2 Responses Jul 14, 2010

@June: if you have seen original sin, you know the story

Hmmm... if that's how you feel about it then I'm not going to read it.<br />
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There are many books of which we can guess the ending but the author manage to keep us engaged, either by interesting dialogue or unusual development. Not every book has to have unpredictable ending.<br />
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But it is dead if what's between the first chapter and the last page is merely fluff. It's just a waste of time and money. I feel you there, Lordie.