The Stolen Marriage is a novel by famous author Diane Chamberlain. The book deals with the secrets, heartbreak, and alienation of the small town. 23-year-old Tess DeMello ends her promise to the love of her life and marries a mysterious stranger and moves to the small town of Hickory, North Carolina. Life was difficult with the Second World War caused. We invite you to watch the next development of this great book.
Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.
Review 1: The Stolen Marriage A Novel audiobook by Sandi Johnson
This is the best book I have ever listened to!!!
This is the first book review I have written. I listen to at least 3 books a month. This book is so good I couldn’t not leave a review. If you’re on the fence, get this book. If your read a bad review, get this book. If you’re not sure if you would like this book, get this book. The narrator is amazing and the book is amazing also. I hate going to the store or having to go into town but I would just so I could listen to this book. You won’t regret it. From the beginning to then end, it’s so good.
Review 2: The Stolen Marriage A Novel audiobook by Leanne K.
Not what I expected… in a GOOD way!
I had this book in my wishlist and listened to the sample about 50 times over a period of months before officially deciding to listen to it. I don’t know why it took me so long to decide to, or why I ever debated it, because this book was excellent!!
I normally go for Mysteries/Thrillers, or Psychological thriller books, just because they keep me hooked and on edge. Not only was this book a mystery, but it was also a love story, which was very refreshing to me. The author and the narrator did a fantastic job!
WORTH THE MONEY or THE CREDIT!!
Review 3: The Stolen Marriage A Novel audiobook by Wendi
Sorrowful Yet Positively Beautiful
Diane Chamberlain has pulled at my heart strings a few times, but ‘The Stolen Marriage’ brought those strings to knots. I listened to this beautifully narrated book (narration was best I have ever heard by far and perfect for this book!) every second I had available.
Chamberlain takes us to the non-fictional town in Hickory during WWII where Tess has made a horrible mistake and she becomes stuck in a loveless marriage. Her new husband’s family is very wealthy and insists she does things her way. She is miserable, and worst of all she left behind the man of her dreams.
Something seems very odd with her new husband but she can’t figure out what. In the meantime, Hickory, North Carolina opens a polio hospital for paralyzed children and Tess starts working as a nurse at the hospital. Things change tremendously and the secrets to her new family start to unravel.
The story is tough to read because it’s very depressing in parts. However, I savoured every second of her beautiful prose and I loved the characters. I won’t forget this book for a long time. 5 big stars!
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