Tragedy struck the lives of Washington philanthropist Sloane Chase and Senator Whit Montgomery. Both widowed, they come together two years later and marry. On the surface, they appear to be blissfully happy, but once Sloane is scheduled for surgery and Athena is hired as a home health aide, Sloane's picture-perfect life is upended. Her recovery is plagued with serious complications and she begins to fear for her life. Athena seems to be too interested in Sloane's husband. Can she be trusted?
THE SENATOR'S WIFE by Liv Constantine is a multifaceted, fast-moving story about people with political power and what they do with it as well an intimate portrayal of a marriage. Expertly crafted, the narrative moves quickly, revealing shocking betrayals and secrets. The characters are three-dimensional and believable. Readers will be surprised about what they are capable of.
Engrossing and captivating, THE SENATOR'S WIFE is a great psychological thriller whose ending suggests a new beginning. Highly recommended.
A D.C. philanthropist suspects that her seemingly perfect employee is secretly plotting to steal her husband, her reputation—even her life—in this seductive novel of psychological suspense from the internationally bestselling author of The Last Mrs. Parrish.
“A deadly cocktail of medical mystery, family drama, and psychological suspense.”—Chandler Baker, New York Times bestselling author of Whisper Network
In this town, anyone is replaceable. . . .
After a tragic chain of events led to the deaths of their spouses two years ago, D.C. philanthropist Sloane Chase and Senator Whit Montgomery are finally starting to move on. The horrifying ordeal drew them together, and now they’re ready to settle down again—with each other.
As Sloane returns to the world of White House dinners and political small talk, this time with her new husband, she’s also preparing for an upcoming hip replacement—the latest reminder of the lupus she’s managed since her twenties. With their hectic schedules, they decide that hiring a home health aide will give Sloane the support and independence she needs postsurgery. And they find the perfect fit in Athena Karras.
Seemingly a godsend, Athena tends to Sloane and even helps her run her charitable foundation. But Sloane slowly begins to deteriorate—a complication, Athena explains, of Sloane’s lupus. As weeks go by, Sloane becomes sicker, and her uncertainty quickly turns to paranoia as she begins to suspect the worst. Why is Athena asking her so many probing questions about her foundation—as well as about her past? And could Sloane be imagining the sultry looks between Athena and her new husband?
Riveting, fast-paced, and full of unbelievable twists, The Senator’s Wife is a psychological thriller that upends the private lives of those who walk the halls of power. Because when you have it all, you have everything to lose.