The Desperate Wives of Texas

Book Review: The Hunting Wives by May Cobb

When Sophie moved with her husband and child from Chicago to Mapleton, a small town in east Texas, she was looking for a quieter life. Days filled with gardening, craft projects, and creating her blog. But soon, she feels restless and envious of those around her. What happens next is a wild romp of housewives gone wild, with lots of wine, personal entanglements, and even murder.

I really enjoyed this book! I’m not a thriller reader by nature, but The Hunting Wives hit the perfect balance of back story, character development, and tension. I read it in just a few sittings and found it to be a great escape from the real-world stressors of life over the past week. Pick this one up if you’re ready to dig into sordid happenings amongst housewives and what happens when you push boundaries.

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