|Other Woman, the (1982) [Novel]|
by Joy Fielding
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"Hello, I'm Nicole Clark,
I'm going to marry your husband."
The young woman was stunning -- and her message was stunningly clear when she told it to Jill Plumley on Jill's fourth wedding anniversary.
What wasn't clear was what Jill could do to save her perfect marriage, and her terrifically attractive husband from the younger, sexier, very clever Nicole.
The frightening thing was, Jill knew that David could be stolen. She had done it herself. She had taken David from the woman who was his wife when she, Jill, had been the other woman. And David was still a prize catch: handsome, rich, successful, irresistible to women.
Yes, Jill knew the scenario all too well. She knew what it was like to be David's mistress; she knew everything that would happen. But she didn't know what to do about it...
Original title: The Other Woman
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Women's Fiction