Book Description:”New York Times “bestselling author Mary Monroe takes you on the ultimate twist-filled ride with her Lonely Heart, Deadly Heart series. For two restless women looking for satisfaction, too much of a good thing is never enough even as a lethal passion closes in
Best friends Lola Poole and Joan Proctor-Riley have finally found the love and excitement they ve always longed for. Online-dating an endless line of wealthy, no-strings-attached lovers is the perfect escape from their unfulfilling lives. And between Joan s selfish husband and Lola s hateful, demanding relatives, the hotter these ladies secret activities get, the more they crave and the more reckless they become. Soon, they re taking ever greater risks to pursue their desires.
When rugged trucker Calvin Ramsey comes into Lola s sights, he s a surprising answer to all her prayers. He s kind and responsible in his everyday life and delivers sexual healing like she s never known. What Lola doesn t know is that Calvin loves women to death literally. And every caring moment and seductive promise this killer gives her draws both Lola and Joan deeper into his inescapable, fatal fantasy.
Praise for the novels of Mary Monroe
Readers who enjoy watching characters fortunes rise and fall will relish this tumultuous family. “Booklist “on” Family of Lies” Betrayal and revenge Monroe knows how to bring it! “ RT Book Reviews” on “Bad Blood” Another witty and wise installment to her God series .If this raunchy and rambunctious book is any indication, Monroe s series has a lot of life left in it. “Publishers Weekly “on “God Ain t Through Yet” A fast-paced, sexy, tense story that will make readers think twice before getting tangled up in an affair. “Booklist “on “God Ain t Blind” Readers are left on edge Monroe once again skillfully delivers a crafty story wrapped around a host of heartwarming characters battling everyday struggles and obstacles, even as she entertains readers with spurts of unexpected comedy and tragedy. “Library Journal” on “God Don t Play” A highly satisfying page-turner and one that will stand out. “Publishers Weekly” on “God Don t Like Ugly””