Slowly, Diedre lures David back into a world of addictive, violent sex. David is hers for keeps now, or so she thinks. But she doesn't reckon on David's wife. To hold on to her family, her sanity, and her life, Molly will go to hell and back.
©1996 John Lutz; (P)1996 Books on Tape, Inc.
This husband cheated on his wife repeatedly, even in their own bed, then tried to convince the wife, Molly, that she was nuts and should see a psychiatrist when she had questions. All this while he knew his nutcase ex had a key to their home, and was using his last name. When the nutcase inevitably did what nutcases with too much power and latitude do, (no spoilers for the end) he stood quietly by-- still trying to keep his sordid secret. Not a likable male lead, (can't call him a hero) or a particularly likable female lead. This was my first John Lutz book. I sure hope the others are better.
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