ARC Review: Mrs. by Noa Grey

Release Date: August 16, 2016
Publisher: The Studio: A Paper Lantern Imprint
Format: Kindle
Pages: 242 pages
Genre: Womens Fiction, Romance
Buy: Kindle 


Dear Hope: When my daughter died, my husband of thirty years found solace in religion—and possibly another woman. Help.

Dear Hope: I got fired today and the man that I've been sleeping with left me for his ex-wife. Again. Now I’m a grown woman who lives at home. Help.

Dear Hope: My ex-husband embezzled all of our money and is now rotting in jail. I clawed my way into the life I wanted and now I'm about to lose everything. Help.

Mims, Rory, and Sarah need answers. But beloved Hope Jackson, the world famous love-sex-life columnist, is gone. What will women do without Hope?


Hope Jackson was an advice icon. Her death is devastating to hundreds of her fans. Three women find themselves desperately in need of her advice as their lives crumble.

Noa Grey's debut novel seems to be three separate stories totally unconnected until the end when Grey weaves them all together in a brilliant finale.

Each story is about finding yourself after tragedy.  Mims lost a daughter, Rory a job, and Sarah her husband. Each woman has to rediscover who they are and learn how to live again.

This is a well written book that brings humor and empowerment to these stories.  This was truly a brilliant guilty pleasure.

Disclaimer: I received an e-copy of this book from the publisher through in exchange for an honest review.