Now, don’t blame me if you click on that link, and it changes, because that’s what Amazon does. It moves around a LOT. But I am quite amused to see that I am just underneath Meeting Your Goliath by the prophet of the LDS Church, Thomas S. Monson. I should note that I have always liked him. When we had to sit through the dreadful boring General Conference, he was always a bright spot. If he was on the queue to speak, GC went a WHOLE lot quicker. And I could watch in my jammies, too.
Sister Wife is an intriguing story set in Central Utah.
Here are just a few of the many favorable reviews Sister Wife received.
SisterWife is a page turner, full of fear, suspense, appalling circumstances, a wickedly evil puzzle… and pure eroticism. — Bookreview.com
“From the first page, SisterWife defies you to put it down. A spine-chilling study of evil that will keep the reader gripped until the final page. ”
–Katherine Sutcliffe, multi-award winning bestselling author of Darkling I Listen, Fever, and Notorious
“Intensely emotional and sometimes heartbreaking is how I would describe SISTERWIFE…This is a book you’ll not want to put down. If you do, you’ll be thinking about what’s happening so much that you’ll keep picking it up until you’ve read it through. SISTERWIFE is a true page-turner. The intrigue, action and drama are very effective. Ms. Collins has done a spectacular job.”
–Robin Taylor, In the Library Reviews
“Natalie R. Collins’ SisterWife is a compelling read…If you want to read a book that will take you beyond the news coverage to what drives the people involved either directly or on the fringe of these cults, get SisterWife!”
–Jen Apodaca, author of Dating Can Be Murder
“Wow. Chilling, thrilling and spine-tingling, SisterWife grabs you by the lapels on page one and doesn’t let go until the end. This is fast-paced in-your-face writing at its best. I couldn’t put it down, not even to eat. Natalie R. Collins knows what she’s doing and she does it with subtle artistry — Kelsey Waite’s plight is fascinating. More importantly, Kelsey is a living, breathing character who gets our sympathy and keeps it through some fairly grueling business. Highly recommended!!”
–John Blumenthal, author of What’s Wrong With Dorfman?