Mirror, Mirror - Patricia Scanlan Reviews
Description:ISBN 0553818880 / Author: Patricia Scanlan / Genre: Fiction / When Chris Wallace looks in the mirror, he sees a deep and complex man. He ... more
Mirror, Mirror - Patricia Scanlan ... is, in fact, selfish, shallow and very, very devious - a master of deceit. Suzy Wallace, a woman scorned, wreaks havoc and revenge on her husband's mistress, once her best friend, now her sworn enemy. She will never forgive and never forget. Alexandra Johnston, ambitious, talented and seductive, uses every trick she can to get what she wants...and then finds out that having is not quite the same as wanting. Ellen Munroe, the mother of Chris' child, the woman he has used and abused over and over, finally has the chance for happiness with an honest, decent, steadfast man...until Chris lies his way into her heart again. Mirror, Mirror is the story of women who have had enough. This is a tale of delicious revenge and glorious vindictiveness, as Chris Wallace finally tastes the bitter fruits of his deceits and gets what has been coming to him.
Newest Review: ... love only one person which is himself. He is a real ladies man and women love him, however, in this book they all see the ... more
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by - written on 25/08/08 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Mirror, Mirror is the second book in the series revolving around Chris Wallace's lies and deceit. The first book is Promises, Promises which I would advise is read before this one but is not essential as Mirror, Mirror is a very good book in its own right. The character in which all the other characters have a connection to is Chris Wallace, he is a lying cheat who can love only one person which is himself. He is a real ladies man and women love him, however, in this book they all see the light and move on leaving him high and dry. Firstly you have Ellen Munroe, she loves Chris and was with him first in the first book Promises, Promises. She was with him ... Read the complete review
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