Betrayed by Love

“Betrayed by Love” Psychological Thrillers and Mysteries Perfect for Valentine’s Day

Betrayed by Love

What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than by getting your heart broken.

I jest.

Well, sort of.

Because, let’s face it, if you love psychological thrillers and mysteries, you probably also love reading about other people’s dysfunctional relationships.

(Don’t worry, we’re not judging.)

So, this Valentine’s Day, let’s bring all of that out into the open and celebrate all the unhealthy, toxic relationships that sometimes even end in murder.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

This year for Valentine's Day, let's celebrate all crazy, messed up, twisted love affairs. Enjoy! Share on X

The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

You think you’re reading about a jealous wife who is obsessed with her replacement. But, things aren’t always what they seem, especially inside a marriage. My full review here.

What You Did by Claire McGowan

A husband is accused of raping her best friend. After a party. In her backyard. Yeah, I would say this is pretty messed up. My full review here.

The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

A wife shooting her husband for no apparent reason is pretty much the poster child of betrayed by love, wouldn’t you say? My full review here.

The Vanishing Year by Kate Moretti

If you like books that are more of a slow burn, you may want to pick up The Vanishing Year. It takes a little while to finally start getting into the cra-cra, but we definitely get there.

The Wives by Tarryn Fisher

 This was a seriously twisted book about a man with three wives and one wife starts to suspect she’s not being told the whole truth. It was so over the top on how crazy it was, the book was nearly impossible for me to put down. I’ll do a full review soon.

The Girl on a Train by Paula Hawkins

Gotta love a story about a stalker. Especially a stalker with a massive alcohol problem. If you haven’t yet tried The Girl on a Train, I would definitely check it out. This was another book that was hard to put down, in this case because the main character was just so self destructive.

It Began With a Lie by Michele Pariza Wacek

All Becca wants is a fresh start to try and fix her crumbling marriage. Well, let’s just say her fresh start isn’t exactly what she bargained for. More details here.

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