I loved this book by Sandra Brown. I thought the plot was headed in one direction-only for it to twist-and twist-and twist again. It will keep you guessing and surprised all the way through. Brown also sheds light on the privileged parts of our society that seem to forever escape the law when they break the rules. This is a great book that leaves you feeling good after you finish.
OK, the title is a little corny, but the book is really good. Just finished listening to it over the last 2 days. Great murder story by Sandra Brown. There is some gore and one of the main characters has a despicable attitude that makes you just want to slap him. It's not really a "who-done-it" since you find out early on who it is, but it does keep you riveted and there are some surprises at the end.
This book was really very good and held my attention right from the start...the only thing I had a problem with was the (dog) ...that bothered me a little bit
I loved all of the twists and turns in this book; I didn't see the final one coming and I respect an author who can still surprise me. As for her sex scenes, they are few and far between but are always expected (and anticipated) in a Sandra Brown book. Even though he doesn't read like Barbara Rosenblatt, Victor Slezak is excellent.
A good story; a murder to be solved, a man and woman in love, some sex -- what's not to like. Brown likes men; usually her men are kind of psychotic right up till they fall in love with the heroine, but here the man makes more sense than the woman. story keeps moving, a few implausibilities, but niccely done. Slezak is the perfect reader, his women are different from his men in voice, all convincing. Brown has better, but this one is just fine.
The plot was interesting but the constant explicit details of sex was a disappointment.