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The Arrangement
The Arrangement
Author: Suzanne Forster
Alison Fairmont Villard wakes in a hospital with amnesia, unable to recall her life with her husband Andrew Villard, a self-made millionaire with a shadowy past. Alison has her own terrifying secrets, and now an FBI agent with a personal vendetta is about to blow the lid off her deadly marriage of convenience.
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ISBN-13: 9780778324263
ISBN-10: 0778324265
Publication Date: 2007
Pages: 464
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 91 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed The Arrangement on + 13 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 11
I think the plot is interesting, but I stopped reading the book because one of the characters is involved in S&M. I'm not seeing how that is supporting the story line, and I'm not impressed enough to keep reading to find out.
jenviz avatar reviewed The Arrangement on
Helpful Score: 4
While the premise wasn't new - wife has amnesia and doesn't know if she can trust her husband the rest of the plot was anything other than what I expected. There were twists and turns throughout the book that continually surprised me to the very end. I've had this on my TBR pile for quite some time - I'm sorry it took so long to get to it!
trish4prez avatar reviewed The Arrangement on
Helpful Score: 2
Several twists to the story line. I found it very entertaining. I couldn't put the book down!
Spirited-Ann avatar reviewed The Arrangement on + 51 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
My first book by Suzanne Forester and I enjoyed it. LOTS of interesting twists and turns and who done it or could have done it....
23dollars avatar reviewed The Arrangement on + 432 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
THE ARRANGEMENT by Suzanne Forster was the February 2014 pick in my online book club, The Reading Cove.

I was looking forward to this book hoping it would be a quality romantic mystery. Alas, I'm sorry to say it was very disappointing.

The first 100 pages serve to dupe the reader with a VERY weak plot device...something that could've been done so much better in the hands of a more skilled writer.

The murder mystery element is chock-full of forgettable side characters, and convoluted twists and turns that rest solely on a terribly contrived coincidence that set everything in motion. A very big "it just so happens that" eye-rolling coincidence! And there were far too many for this to be a quality mystery.

You know, this is the level of storytelling that can entertain teenagers who don't have much yet to compare it to. But for seasoned, intelligent readers, it's likely just 457 pages of time wasted. You're better off reading something by Agatha Christie.

I can't get THE ARRANGEMENT higher than a D. Not recommended unless you're like 17.
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reviewed The Arrangement on + 39 more book reviews
Alison Fairmont Villard wakes up in a hospital bed with a face she doesn't recognize and a husband she doesn't know. Andrew Villard, a self made millionaire, has a bright future but a shadowy past. When he tells Alison the details of their life together, she has no choice but to believe him, and to accept the shocking proposal he offers.
It isn't just the partial amnesia that Alison suffers. She has her own terrifying secrets that can't be entrusted to anyone, even Andrew. Even the police suspect he was behind Alison's near fatal accident aboard his yacht and were ready to charge him with murder before her body was found, battered on the razor sharp coral reefs.
When the veil of amnesia lifts, it's too late. Alison is caught in a web of her own making. And now and FBI agent with a personal vendetta is about to blow the lid off her deadly marriage of conveience.
texasgranny avatar reviewed The Arrangement on + 61 more book reviews
Good plot....kept you guessing!!
reviewed The Arrangement on + 79 more book reviews
lots of twist and turns on the "who done it" . Great read


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