Spouse Trap: The Madeline Dawkins Series, Book 1

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After a wealthy California socialite awakes in a luxury hotel with no memory of the night before, she finds herself caught in a dark web of mystery and deceit.

Madeline had the picture-perfect life. A handsome, successful husband. A treasured spot near the top of Santa Barbara’s elite social pyramid. Hers was a country-club lifestyle with every luxury money could buy.

Until that morning….

Madeline awoke in a five star hotel, her clothes on the floor, and no idea how she got there.

The nightmare began when she arrived home.

The accusal.

The photos.

Questions she couldn’t answer.

With her idyllic life shattered, and all of Santa Barbara relishing the show, Madeline knows that she’s been set up. But the further she digs into the mystery, the more she becomes entrenched in a web of blackmail, sabotage, and lies.

At the heart of it all remain two killer questions:

Who did this to her?

And how will she upend their plans?

1 review for Spouse Trap: The Madeline Dawkins Series, Book 1

  1. Faith

    This was such a spellbinding mystery. There were numerous twists and turns making it hard not to just sit down and listen for hours to find out what happens next. Madeline is a great character; a strong woman, but still realistically human. I loved Bert! He is so caring and yet professional and good at his job. The only character I wasn’t overly fond of is Mike. He would have been great as Madeline’s friend, but I found it hard to tolerate his foul mouth. I think the author needs to increase her vocabulary if she cannot express a character without inappropriate language, which is the reason I did not give 5 stars to the overall rating. And the reason I would hesitate reading more by this author. The narrator, Melissa Kay Benson, is good, but needs to use lower voices for the men, and there were times it was difficult to figure out which character was talking.

    I requested this audiobook from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

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