On your mark, get ready… for the twists and turns!
I picked this one up to just read a few chapters and ended up staying up waaay past my bedtime! Now that is the sign of a good book IMO.
Who discusses planning a murder on their first date!?
Well Natalie and Will do! It was years before they were married and parents of an adorable eleven year old son, Charlie. They both are intelligent after all and why wouldn’t they be able to pull off the perfect murder? Natalie happens to be a defense attorney and Will is a successful real estate attorney. They have a good life and they love Charlie to pieces. Even if Will did have a little something to hide! Yep
Let the plotting begins….
Natalie never expected what was coming and never planned on plotting murder in her “real life”, but when she receives devastating news that crushes her, she begins to plot and scheme and use all her tricks of the trade. Lets just say that she becomes a little “ jumpy ” and thinks “why can’t these people leave me alone and let me plan this murder?” I was laughing hysterically at some of her and Will’s tactics. Could they possibly flub this murder up?? What?
I was thoroughly entertained, on the edge of my seat, and gasping through out. Lets just talk about that ENDING….. I was bewildered!!!
Can you tell I Loved It?! ❤
Till death do us part
When they fell in love back in law school, Natalie and Will Clarke joked that they were so brilliant, together they could plan the perfect murder. After fifteen rocky years of marriage, they had better hope they’re right.
Their young son Jacob’s principal is accused of molesting a troubled student. It’s a horrifying situation—and the poison spreads rapidly. One night before bed, Jacob tells Natalie he is a victim, too. In that moment, her concept of justice changes forever. Natalie decides the predator must die.
To shelter Jacob from the trauma of a trial, Natalie concocts an elaborate murder plot and Will becomes her unwilling partner. The Clarkes are about to find out what happens when your life partner becomes your accomplice—and your alibi.
Available on December 1, 2018