All the Wrong Places

All the Wrong Places

Four women--friends, family, rivals--turn to online dating for companionship, only to find themselves in the crosshairs of a tech-savvy killer using an app to target his victims in this harrowing thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of See Jane Run and The Bad Daughter.A husband's death, a difficult divorce, a brutal break-up, dissatisfaction with a boring r...

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  • Carrie

    While All the Wrong Places by Joy Fielding is a thriller read it’s also another book that gave me a serious craving for a bowel of popcorn with each turn of the page. The story offers up a lot of drama to go along with it’s more suspenseful side. With multiple points of view which even includes one from our serial killer you can’t help but become immersed in the drama.

    Paige had been in a relationship that she thought would last forever, that is until walking in on her boyfriend with her cousin,

    While All the Wrong Places by Joy Fielding is a thriller read it’s also another book that gave me a serious craving for a bowel of popcorn with each turn of the page. The story offers up a lot of drama to go along with it’s more suspenseful side. With multiple points of view which even includes one from our serial killer you can’t help but become immersed in the drama.

    Paige had been in a relationship that she thought would last forever, that is until walking in on her boyfriend with her cousin, Heather. Paige and Heather may only be cousins but the two could also pass for twins and from the moment they were born the competition started between them.

    While Heather now has Matt, Paige ends up taking up online dating to try to meet someone before she has to attend her uncle’s birthday party alone. As Paige begins to date again her best friend Chloe finds her husband has been on the dating sites too as she feels their marriage slipping away.

    All the Wrong Places had a bit of everything going for it with even some funny moments along the way which made it a rather compelling read. While following along with all of the family and relationship drama you get sneak peeks into the killer’s mind and his plans to set the tension of just when he’ll strike. I honestly didn’t want to put this one down as I waited to find out what would happen next.

    I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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  • Jasmine from How Useful It Is

    I started reading All the Wrong Places on 5/17/2019 and finished it on 5/22/2019. This book is an excellent read. I love the first chapter, definitely a strong start to hook in readers’ attention. The chapters following after that was slow building, but still an interesting enough to read that I didn’t want to put it down. I was hoping the killer to be among the men the four main women characters were involved with but I was disappointed to find out that he’s his own mystery person. I do like th

    I started reading All the Wrong Places on 5/17/2019 and finished it on 5/22/2019. This book is an excellent read. I love the first chapter, definitely a strong start to hook in readers’ attention. The chapters following after that was slow building, but still an interesting enough to read that I didn’t want to put it down. I was hoping the killer to be among the men the four main women characters were involved with but I was disappointed to find out that he’s his own mystery person. I do like that the author include his point of view in the story. I like the concept of online dating and the killer can be an everyday good looking person that could easily fool anyone into thinking he could be the good guy instead of the bad ones.

    This book is told in the third person point of view following Mr. Right Now as he is having dinner and torturing a lady he met on a dating app. He informs readers that he’s very handsome, more handsome than the fake profile picture he uses and that women trusts him enough to leave the crowded bar they initially met and go to his apartment for a home cooked meal. The story then goes back to 3 weeks earlier, following Paige Hamilton, 33 as she experienced yet another failed date with a man she met on a dating app. Paige is currently living with her 70 year-old mother after her father passed away 2 years ago. She’s unemployed and her lived-in boyfriend Noah of 3 years left her for her cousin. Another view is Chloe, Paige’s best friend. Chloe married a handsome womanizer Matt. She joined the dating app to verify that her husband is on there per an anonymous phone call informing her of her husband’s online presence. The fourth view is Joan, Paige’s mom. Joan decided to join the dating apps as suggested by Paige to find a companion since her husband’s death. The fifth view is of Heather, Paige’s cousin. Heather is unhappy even though she’s having all of Paige’s things: apartment, boyfriend, and career. She joined the dating app to look for excitement.

    All the Wrong Places is well written. I enjoyed the different stories of the four women including the killer’s. I like Paige’s mom, being 70 and out dating again. I like the luck Paige was having even though she personally probably hate all the inconveniences thrown her way. Heather’s drama is a bit funny. She thinks she’s doing a revenge on Chloe but she didn’t realize she’s being used and easily discarded. I like Chloe only when she caught the new contact in Matt’s phone toward the end. The idea of online dating apps always interest me and I’m glad to have read this book. Although there weren’t much twists in who the killer is, I do enjoy the reminder that the killer could be someone other than loners and uglies. I do recommend everyone to read this book.

    Pro: fast paced, page turner, dating apps, love & betrayal, family & friends, online dating apps

    Con: not much twists

    I rate it 4.5 stars!

    ***Disclaimer: Many thanks to Ballantine Books for the opportunity to read and review. Please be assured that my opinions are honest.

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  • Dita

    I don't know what it is about books that highlight the dangers of on-line dating but I am such a sucker for a good one and this one is great!

    Paige, her bestie Chloe, her mom, Joan, and her hilariously awful cousin, Heather, all dip their toes in the pool of on-line dating. One of them will intersect with a serial killer who calls himself Mr. Right Now.

    Told from multiple POVs, including the killer's, which I always love, this book managed to be funny (usually Heather's awfulness but also some of

    I don't know what it is about books that highlight the dangers of on-line dating but I am such a sucker for a good one and this one is great!

    Paige, her bestie Chloe, her mom, Joan, and her hilariously awful cousin, Heather, all dip their toes in the pool of on-line dating. One of them will intersect with a serial killer who calls himself Mr. Right Now.

    Told from multiple POVs, including the killer's, which I always love, this book managed to be funny (usually Heather's awfulness but also some of the killer's perspectives and observations), scary, and compulsively readable.

    Thank you to Joy Fielding, Random House Publishing Group - Ballantine, and NetGalley for giving me this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  • NZLisaM

    A serial killer hunts for female victims via dating apps. His chance encounter with Paige (a member of Match Sticks – love the name btw) places her life, her mother's, her best friend's, and her cousin's, in danger.

    Contemporary drama romance with a side of serial strangler. An entertaining, humorous read, that highlights the pitfalls of the dating scene and meeting men online – fake or embellished profiles, skeevy creeps, and uncomfortable first da

    A serial killer hunts for female victims via dating apps. His chance encounter with Paige (a member of Match Sticks – love the name btw) places her life, her mother's, her best friend's, and her cousin's, in danger.

    Contemporary drama romance with a side of serial strangler. An entertaining, humorous read, that highlights the pitfalls of the dating scene and meeting men online – fake or embellished profiles, skeevy creeps, and uncomfortable first dates. The chapters in the killers head were more serious, but even some of his views and mistakes amused me. As per always,

    excels at domestic drama, troubled marriages, and relationships between family and friends. She also does a great job when it comes to creating bitchy and nasty characters. And, she writes well-rounded, accurate children.

    pretty amazing!

    My advice is not to take this one too seriously, as my guess is it's intended to be satirical and ironic, and if you start thinking too much about some of content, particularly the ending, it's actually quite dark and disturbing. A fun read, but I prefer her books that are more psychologically suspenseful, such as

    and

    .

  • Katie B

    This was one of those books which you find out at the beginning something horrible is going to happen and the rest of the story is everything that led to that moment. So from the get go you know this is going to be a disturbing story but you have this compelling need to see it all play out. I honestly wasn't expecting to whip through this book in a day, but that's exactly what I did. This was my first time reading anything by the author, and I look forward to checking out her other books.

    Paige's

    This was one of those books which you find out at the beginning something horrible is going to happen and the rest of the story is everything that led to that moment. So from the get go you know this is going to be a disturbing story but you have this compelling need to see it all play out. I honestly wasn't expecting to whip through this book in a day, but that's exactly what I did. This was my first time reading anything by the author, and I look forward to checking out her other books.

    Paige's life is a bit of a mess at the moment. She lost her job and found out her boyfriend has been sleeping with her cousin, Heather. Paige's friend Chloe is dealing with an unfaithful husband and she's not sure how much more she can put up with. Paige's mother, Joan, has been a widow for two years and seems ready to move forward with the next chapter in her life. The women will each join a dating website for a variety of reasons but these women better be careful because there's a killer on the loose.

    There's definitely a creepy thriller type aspect to the story but I think its better classified as a women's fiction read. The women are all dealing with different issues and I found myself just as interested in the regular "trying to find happiness when life throws you a curveball" stories as I did with the whole psychotic male storyline. My only real criticism of the book is I'm feeling conflicted about how the author chose to wrap things up. I'll just leave it at that rather than go too much into spoiler territory. I didn't hate the ending, but I would be interested in hearing more about the author's writing process for some context.

    Definitely recommend if you are in the mood for a good page turner just as long as you don't expect it to be a full on thriller.

    I won a free copy of this book in a giveaway but was under no obligation to post a review. All views expressed are my honest opinion.

  • Kaceey

    This is the second book I’ve read from Joy Fielding. While I’ve heard nothing but fabulous reviews for her books, the first one I read

    left me feeling as though I had missed something.

    So I was determined to give her another try, and so glad I did!

    I can see why she’s been a huge influence of the domestic-suspense genre for so long.

    Paige isn’t having

    This is the second book I’ve read from Joy Fielding. While I’ve heard nothing but fabulous reviews for her books, the first one I read

    left me feeling as though I had missed something.

    So I was determined to give her another try, and so glad I did!

    I can see why she’s been a huge influence of the domestic-suspense genre for so long.

    Paige isn’t having much luck lately. Following a recent breakup with her boyfriend Noah, she’s also been dropped from her job, leaving her with no choice but to move back in with her widowed mother Joan.

    And after her latest heart-break, she’s in no hurry to get back into the dating scene.

    After all, it was because of her cousin Heather that she was forced to leave Noah...fast.

    With no other viable options, Paige eventually turns to the world of online dating to hoping to find Love again. Hmmm.... here’s a profile worth looking at from

    Could he be the

    Now suddenly, Paige’s mother seems more interested in getting a date that Paige does.

    Chloe married her high-school sweetheart. Two children later she desperately clings to a marriage crumbling around her. Can she still save her marriage? Does she even want to?

    Joy Fielding writes a suspenseful and chilling book that may scare you off online dating forever! Just one more reason that I am so happy to be married!

    A super-fast read that both Susanne and I enjoyed!

    Thank you to NetGalley Random House Publishing Group - Ballantine. and Joy Fielding for an ARC to read and review.

  • Susanne  Strong

    Four women desperately want a man and turn to online dating to find him. Tsk tsk..

    Paige is highly intelligent, pretty and successful - up until now, that is. She always had everything going for her till she lost her job and her competitive cousin Heather stole her boyfriend Noah out from under her. If Heather has it her way, everything Paige has ever had will be hers.

    Chloe is Paige’s bestie. Chloe is totally gorgeous and is marri

    Four women desperately want a man and turn to online dating to find him. Tsk tsk..

    Paige is highly intelligent, pretty and successful - up until now, that is. She always had everything going for her till she lost her job and her competitive cousin Heather stole her boyfriend Noah out from under her. If Heather has it her way, everything Paige has ever had will be hers.

    Chloe is Paige’s bestie. Chloe is totally gorgeous and is married with two children. She’s also a doormat. The reason she creates an online dating profile? Chloe gets an anonymous call telling her that her husband has profiles on every single site. Sadly, it’s not the first time Matt has cheated.

    Paige’s mother Joan lost her husband two years ago. Joan would still like to be needed and feel attractive. Isn’t that always the case?

    Mr. Right Now is looking for the right woman. He has plans that involve a nice steak dinner and a glass of fine wine. That said, perhaps you should think twice about swiping right my dear friends. This sure gave pause.

    What an easy read even though it was a tad predictable. I tore through this one in a day and found it to be really enjoyable.

    This was a fun buddy read with Kaceey. So glad we picked this one!

    Thank you to NetGalley, Random House Publishing Group - Ballantine and Joy Fielding for an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review.

    Published on NetGalley and Goodreads on 2.26.19.

    *Will be published on Amazon on 3.12.19.

  • Luvtoread

    Beware! Online Dating!

    Interesting and current topics.

    There is a serial killer on the move stalking the online matchmaking sites. The story centers around a young career woman named Paige who recently and suddenly ended a relationship when she found her cousin and live-in boyfriend in a very compromising position and quickly moved in with her widowed seventy year old mother who lives close by to her best friend Chloe, who seems to be in a bad relationship as well. Paige decides to try online dati

    Beware! Online Dating!

    Interesting and current topics.

    There is a serial killer on the move stalking the online matchmaking sites. The story centers around a young career woman named Paige who recently and suddenly ended a relationship when she found her cousin and live-in boyfriend in a very compromising position and quickly moved in with her widowed seventy year old mother who lives close by to her best friend Chloe, who seems to be in a bad relationship as well. Paige decides to try online dating since it is not easy to meet single men anymore.

    Be careful what you wish for!

    I have always been a fan of Joy Fielding and enjoy her writing style.

    There is quite a bit of drama with all the characters and a light touch of humor to their personalities which makes them very relatable. This is not a cozy mystery but it had myself feeling comfortable and then I get a big wallop that this is more a subdued, suspenseful thriller and not a warm and fuzzy read.

    I want to thank Netgally and the publisher Random House Publishing and Ballantine Books for the opportunity to read this ARC.

    I have rated this book 4 terrific 🌟🌟🌟🌟 stars!!

  • Diana

    I would describe All the Wrong Places as both a thriller/suspense as well as drama. We rotate between 1 man’s and 4 women’s point of views. It’s clear from early on that there is danger in Boston and online daters need to beware!

    The opening scene is great — definitely grabbed my attention immediately by jumping right in with the suspenseful part of the book. Then we meet the rest of the main characters who are all struggling with their significant others in one way or another. My favorite charac

    I would describe All the Wrong Places as both a thriller/suspense as well as drama. We rotate between 1 man’s and 4 women’s point of views. It’s clear from early on that there is danger in Boston and online daters need to beware!

    The opening scene is great — definitely grabbed my attention immediately by jumping right in with the suspenseful part of the book. Then we meet the rest of the main characters who are all struggling with their significant others in one way or another. My favorite character is Joan, who is the older of the main characters and Paige’s mother. This was a quick read with an interesting ending!

  • Elaine

    Thanks to NetGalley for a Kindle ARC of

    This is not a thriller; you already know who the baddie is.

    It's really a close look at the relationship drama between a mother, Joan and her daughter, Paige; Paige and her BFF, Chloe, and Paige's contentious relationship with her cousin, Heather and the dangers inherent in online dating, prevalent considering our modern age.

    there are many unsympathetic characters here and I'm not talking about the serial killer.

    There are

    Thanks to NetGalley for a Kindle ARC of

    This is not a thriller; you already know who the baddie is.

    It's really a close look at the relationship drama between a mother, Joan and her daughter, Paige; Paige and her BFF, Chloe, and Paige's contentious relationship with her cousin, Heather and the dangers inherent in online dating, prevalent considering our modern age.

    there are many unsympathetic characters here and I'm not talking about the serial killer.

    There are also triggers of sexual violence and torture so be wary.

    The women are going through difficult times in their personal lives and attempt to put themselves out there by going on dating sites.

    Unfortunately, there's a serial killer lurking amongst them.

    Nearly all of the women are unlikable with the exception of Joan, the mother.

    Paige is a daddy's girl still suffering the loss of her charismatic father after his death

    Chloe is a doormat who finally wises up but spends a lot of time talking about how handsome and manly her husband is and how she will miss that if she left him.

    And even though I want to forget about Heather, it's hard not to and not because she's brilliant or witty or diabolical; in fact, she's the total opposite.

    Heather is a stereotype of a stereotype of the mean girl found in every chick lit film or soap opera ever written or made.

    There's a lot of hate and resentment simmering among the women, and it just got to be too too much; Paige hating on her uncle for still being alive while her dad had passed; ditto for Joan; Heather sowing her oats with Paige's ex bf, Chloe's incessant whining over her

    husband's pretty face.

    You know it's a book when almost all the men the women are married to or were with are gorgeous. This is not real life.

    The men in the ladies' lives are mostly

    douches, weak, one dimensional caricatures not unlike their female counterpart, Heather.

    Don't worry, I didn't forget the serial killer.

    He's a cookie cutter exaggeration of what a serial killer is, reminiscing about his twisted childhood and horrible parents and that's what made him who he is today.

    Naturally, he's gorgeous, too. How else can he lure so many unsuspecting flies into his web?

    There's a lot of filler; the serial killer pontificating about who is worthy of his time and attention and culinary skills; Paige showing her mom how to use a dating app, Chloe's domestic drama with her psycho husband, Heather's whining and moaning about trying to one-up her cousin.

    You know its a bad sign when you don't care about what happens to most of the characters and that's exactly how I felt when I got to the ending.

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