Girl meets boy. They fall in love. There's just one problem...
She wants him back. She wants you gone.
Luke is The One. After everything she's been through, Georgia knows she deserves someone like him, to make her feel loved. Safe.
The only problem is his ex-girlfriend. Luke says Cadence is having trouble moving on. She texts Luke all the time and leaves aggressive notes on Georgia's car.
Georgia starts to feel afraid. But she decides to confront Cadence ... and that's when things get interesting.
From the bestselling author of The Fifth Letter comes a twisty, pacy, gripping new novel that explores the baggage we carry from our past relationships and asks how well can you ever really know someone.
'Nicola Moriarty captivates with her riveting new novel, The Ex, which examines the inescapable ties of past relationships and what happens when old wounds aren't healed. Gripping, dramatic and with twists you won't see coming, this book held me in its spell from the first page. I loved this book.' Sally Hepworth, author of The Family Next Door
'A pacy, gripping thriller, but also full of heart and plenty of laughs for comic relief ... An absorbing, terrifying tale that perfectly captures the zeitgeist.' Sunday Telegraph
'A compelling story of love, betrayal, and revenge, The Ex offers enthralling twists and turns' Book'd Out
'Will have you turning pages in a blur to find out what happens ... [has] Netflix written all over it.' The Age
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
There’s something in the water in the Moriarty family household. Following in the footsteps of her older sisters, Liane and Jaclyn, Nicola Moriarty is making a name for herself writing page-turning fiction. The Ex is a suspenseful, read-it-in-one-sitting domestic drama about a woman who falls for a seemingly perfect man she meets at a bar. There’s just one problem: he still lives with his awful, obsessive ex-girlfriend. The Ex drew us into the joys and flutters of new love—and the terrifying twists that soon unfold.
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Nothing new to see here, folks
Younger sister of Liane (Big Little Lies) and Jaclyn: Sydney’s take on the Brontes
Hetero men are responsible for every misfortune suffered by women. What they don’t cause directly—inherent stupidity for instance—they exacerbate.
Derivative and predictable. Prince Charming isn’t. Gay guys and your favourite bro are okay. Girl power wins out.
Western Sydney, but it could be anywhere in the metropolitan world
Derivative and predictable. Gullible chicks versus Dr Evil.
Polished, good pace.