Kari Wynne's deceased husband was perfect in her eyes. When District Attorney Hunter McKee smears her husband's name and then dares to send flowers to apologize for hurting her, Kari uses her job as a TV newscaster to get revenge on him.
Sandra Brown writes in a short introduction that while the book was written over ten years ago, the themes are "eternal and universal". This novel has it all: death, despair, love, and hatred. What made the novel for me was that Sandra Brown's writing style doesn't just focus on the women of her novels, but also on the men's emotions. In this novel, Hunter McKee is desirous of the woman that despises him.
Reviewed by kf, 2/00. Other reviews by kf.