The Missing Wife

The Missing Wife When Imogen Naughton vanishes everyone who knows her is shocked She has a perfect marriage Her handsome husband treats her like a princess She s always said how lucky she is So why has she left And h

  • Title: The Missing Wife
  • Author: Sheila O'Flanagan
  • ISBN: 9781472210777
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Imogen Naughton vanishes, everyone who knows her is shocked She has a perfect marriage Her handsome husband treats her like a princess She s always said how lucky she is So why has she left And how will she survive without Vince What goes on behind closed doors is often a surprise, and Imogen surprises herself by taking the leap she knows she must But as she beiWhen Imogen Naughton vanishes, everyone who knows her is shocked She has a perfect marriage Her handsome husband treats her like a princess She s always said how lucky she is So why has she left And how will she survive without Vince What goes on behind closed doors is often a surprise, and Imogen surprises herself by taking the leap she knows she must But as she beings her journey to find the woman she once was, Imogen s past is right behind herWill it catch up with her And will she be ready to face it if it does
    • Best Read [Sheila O'Flanagan] ☆ The Missing Wife || [Sports Book] PDF ☆
      174 Sheila O'Flanagan
    • thumbnail Title: Best Read [Sheila O'Flanagan] ☆ The Missing Wife || [Sports Book] PDF ☆
      Posted by:Sheila O'Flanagan
      Published :2019-02-06T00:53:25+00:00

    100 Comment

    • Sabrina says:

      NOW LIVE! US * UKThe Missing Wife was a completely new adventure for me since I typically only read romance stories. I really enjoyed this story though and loved getting to see Imogen grow as a person. The book follows her after she leaves her husband, who is verbally abusive, and she goes on the run to get away from him. What I thought was really interesting was that it also gave her husbands POV as he tried to find her.The focus of this story was on Imogen and it was mainly about how she was [...]

    • Aishling Murphy says:

      A great read love Sheila O Flanagan. A great book for the summer Holidays. So enjoyed the excitement of Imogens new life and the hold that her husband Vince had over her. A real page turner. Most enjoyable.

    • Dale Harcombe says:

      Imogen finally puts the plan she has been hatching for a couple of year into practice. Her husband Vince, who is a verbally abusive control freak, cannot understand why she has gone missing or where she can be. Imogen hasn’t even let her best friend Shona know where she is. But Vince is determined he will track her down and bring her back, because he believes she cannot survive without him. So begins a game of cat and mouse that takes part largely in France, with Imogen determined to escape Vi [...]

    • Ali says:

      See my full review at 99coffeebooks/201I'm giving this book a very confident score of 4 stars.This was a pleasant surprise after I had read "If You Were Me" and was left less than impressed I was not too keen to pick another book by the same author, but something in the synopsis caught my attention and told me that it might be a bit of fun to read.So Imogene and Vince are your typical suburban couple. They have good jobs, nice house in a nice area, they are planning to have a baby soon. Imogene [...]

    • Margi says:

      The Missing Wife was a brilliant story about Imogen putting her 2 year plan into place and leaving her psychologically abusive husband Vince, as well as his search for her. Once you read it you will understand why the only way out of this marriage for her was to disappear. In my opinion Vince was a control freak, passively aggressive, very persuasive, had worn her down, felt that he owned her, separated her from her family and friends, made sure she reported to him all the time, was convinced th [...]

    • Wit & Wonder Books says:

      ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review **The Missing Wife is an intriguing and thought-provoking novel by Shelia O’Flanagan.Imogen Naughton has been planning to leave her husband and finally has the courage to follow through. She leaves without telling even her best friend. Determined to take back her life and find herself, she has to stay one step ahead. Her past is chasing her, and it is getting closer every day.This is one of those novels that explores what goes on beyond closed [...]

    • Charmaine Saliba says:

      Really enjoyed it. This is the first novel that I’ve read by Sheila O’ Flanagan and won’t be the last. I stayed up till 2:00 am to finish it. I wanted to find out how things will turn out for Imogen. It is a fast read and really like the author’s style.Imogen is married to Vince, her life seems to be perfect, everyone says that, including herself, so why she disappeared? Her husband treats her as a princess and he is devoted to her, or isn’t he? Does Imogen is not well? Is she having a [...]

    • Flo Grugel says:

      The storyline was good but I was expecting more,especially towards the end.

    • Charybdis says:

      Longwinded and lacks comeuppance. Guess I'd expected too much given the premise.

    • Sky says:

      A moving and riveting story of a women's journey of self discovery after escaping an abusive and controlling relationshipd finding the strength from within to start over again and find the happiness that she truly deserves.I really enjoyed The Missing Wife and the journey that Imogen took us on. I was constantly left in suspense. It was a heartwarming read and did not fail to disappoint in typical Sheila O'Flanagan style.I did however feel that the ending stopped rather abruptly and felt like i [...]

    • TaraNiland says:

      This book tells the story of a woman escaping a control freak of a husband .I was really enjoying this book when all of a sudden towards the end of it somehow the story lost itself somewhere, I am still trying to figure out where and I found this so annoying

    • Hannah says:

      ARC REVIEW The Missing Wife is a story about a woman finding herself again. After about a couple of years being married to her husband realizes just how controlling he really is, and starts planning her escape because she knows he would never let her go willingly. Imogen plans for two years all the while her husband Vince continues to barade her for being useless and helpless without him. Vince is a narcissist he tears her down and then tells her she would be helpless without him, Vince has to b [...]

    • Samra Muslim says:

      Abuse can take many sizes and shapes - and the most dangerous and silent killer is being on the receiving end of psychological and verbal abuse! This is Imogen's story - her story of finding herself after becoming lost in an abusive marriage for years where she almost lost her soul. Set mostly in South of France - the book gives you major vacation vibes too!! Good, easy read!

    • Lynn Mccarthy says:

      I haven't read a book by this Author for a very long time not sure why i stopped but i shouldn't have glad i found her againThe book tells the story of a woman who is escaping from a controlling man and her marriage to him.Easy read from a slightly different angle to normal light novels.Thank you netgalley the Author and Publisher for a chance to read this book.

    • Andrew says:

      I liked this story quite a lot for the descriptions of the locations for the parts set in the South of France. It was well crafted and the way the central character Imogen re-discovered her self-confidence was drawn out as the novel progressed.The nature of her relationship with Vince, her husband is hinted at early in the book, but only really becomes clear in the final chapters.I struggled to find the right rating. It's really 3.5, but I settled for a rather generous 4* in the end.My thanks to [...]

    • Liesbeth says:

      A very easy , gentle read, which tackles the difficult subject of emotional abuse in the form of a novel. But it's such a slow book! Nothing much happens, not many surprises, and it all gets drawn out way too much.

    • Julia Ibbotson says:

      I quite enjoyed this book as a light holiday read but I found the ending rather fizzled out unsatisfactorily. Considering that the story was about a controlling and abusive relationship I expected more.

    • Sue Hayes says:

      The easily found missing wife.Definitely a put down book, an easy read, with too much narrative going nowhere, I skipped chunks of this book. Far to easy for Vince to find Imogen, and after chasing her he gave up to easily. An lightweight ok read.

    • Novel Grounds says:

      I got an email with a chance to read this and that cover decided everything for me. This book is GORGEOUS and the inside is just as great as the outside. I don't typically read this genre but it was truly enjoyable.Imogen was such an engaging and just likable characters that I loved spending page after page getting to know her.We jump in after Imogen lives her abusive husband and runs.The flip side? You also get to see his POV in this and it was an interesting read. I loved that she got away and [...]

    • Cathy says:

      I like the premise of the book, a woman who just disappears from her seemingly perfect life without a word to anyone. I was intrigued. What I liked about the story is how it shows how insidious abuse can be, when you don't realise its happening at the time until you look back and wonder who you are and where you went. Imogen finally finds herself and her inner strength when she returns to a place from her childhood. I liked the small town, and the people that work their way into her life. The vi [...]

    • ✰BJ's Book Blog ✰Janeane ✰ says:

      Copy received via Netgalley for reviewThis one was a DNF for me.I tried, I really did. I picked up and put down this book so many times over the past few days and got to 20%, however I just couldn't see myself finishing itI have liked the other books by the author that I have read, this one just wasn't for me.

    • Marie Tailor says:

      Excellent book as a holiday read. Imogen nervously stands her ground against her patronising twerp of a husband. A page turner for the most part. An interesting but satisfying end. x

    • Sharon says:

      A nice easy read! Bra :)

    • Cat says:

      Although I did enjoy the story I found the end to be very disappointing and unbelievable The following review contains spoilers Throughout the entire book we are told that Imogens husband was very controlling over her and she was fleeing his continued emotional abuse Vince ,the husband , was desperate to get her back and spent two weeks in France trying to track her down ,taking him from one side of the country to the other in his search for clues It was obvious from the start he was going to fi [...]

    • Sally Coles says:

      Imogen has had enough of her life, her husband is totally controlling and her whole life has to be lived by his rules and so she devises The Plan to escape. It takes two years to get the opportunity but when she had to go to Paris for work she just disappears. Her happiest childhood years were spent in the Pays Basque but not many people know that and she heads there thinking that no one will find her. She manages to find a cleaning job and somewhere to live and gradually stops looking over her [...]

    • Helen says:

      I was pleasantly surprised by this read - consumed it really quickly - always a good sign. So, Imogen goes missing. Instead of returning home to Ireland after a business trip to Paris, she took the opportunity to implement 'The Plan'. What is that? Her carefully crafted escape plan that will allow her to leave Vince, her husband of 5 years and to regain control of her life.'What’s happened to me? she asked herself. Who am I? Why am I so afraid?'Full review at:greatreadsandtealeavesspo

    • Leona says:

      Firstly my thanks to the publisher Headline and NetGalley for an ARC in return for an honest review.This book was fabulous. I read it in less than two days as I just didn't want to put it down. This isn't your typical romantic story its about a woman trying to escape from her obsessive and dominating husband. Highly recommend this book.

    • Danielle Stephenson says:

      I found it really difficult to get into this book and though it was a pleasant enough read there wasn't anything truly gripping about it and truth be told it was a bit boring. The plot had the potential to be greater than the sum of its parts.

    • Sue Shepherd says:

      What delightful book. Beautifully written with a depth that gives your heart a stutter. Undeserved guilt, to feeling unworthy, to finding yourself. A feel good book that gives you a feeling of 'life is all you make it so just go for it'

    • Stefe says:

      Welcome back Sheila O'Flanagan!! I thought her last couple of books were fairly "naff". This one was an improvement.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *