Meh. That’s about my whole review.
But in the interest of following CBR rules, here we go.
Adam and Sarah Morgan are a couple in crisis. They are growing apart thanks to Sarah’s demanding job as a lawyer and Adam’s failure to publish a quality follow-up novel to his first one. And Adam is having an affair. But when Adam’s lover is found dead in the Morgans’ beach house, he is the prime suspect.
Sarah runs herself ragged as she tries to both keep up her hours at her law firm and also defend her husband on the murder charges. Because she firmly believes that Adam is not a murderer.
I think this novel would make a wonderful psycho-sexual thriller like they used to make in the 80s and 90s because it feels like it has twists and turns and a very put together woman who only wears white and cream clothing.
But as a novel, I guess it wasn’t super inspiring.