A Perfectly Crafted Sinful Thriller
Sandra Brown, New York Times bestselling author, returns with a new and intriguing narrative. Former Super Bowl MVP quarterback Zach Bridger hasn't seen his ex-wife Rebecca in a long time, so she is taken aback when she receives a life-altering phone call about her. With White Rain Book House, it is now quite simple to obtain the most recent and interesting books, such as this one.
Sandra Brown is the New York Times bestselling author of 68 books, including Mean Streak, Deadline, Low Pressure, and Smoke Screen. Brown began writing in 1981 and has since released over seventy novels, the majority of which are still in print. Sandra lives in Arlington, Texas, with her husband, Michael Brown. In the Overkill narrative, former Super Bowl MVP quarterback Zach Bridger hadn't seen his ex-wife Rebecca Pratt in years, after their turbulent marriage ended, so she was taken aback when she received a life-changing call about her.Rebecca was put on life support following a severe attack, and despite their divorce, she has medical power of attorney. At this point, Zach is forced to make an excruciating decision: whether to put Rebecca on life support or let her die. Zach eventually walks away, exhausted by the weight of responsibility and the spotlight of public opinion, allowing Rebecca's parents to take the final say.
Four years later, Eban, the son of a rich North Carolina family, the aggressor who raped Rebecca, is released from prison early.The absurd fall of justice exposes obvious nepotism, and Kate Lennon, a talented state's attorney, is determined to bring her to justice. Rebecca's family has kept her alive all these years, but if Rebecca's condition changes and she dies, Eban may face a new charge since she will be accused with murder. It is entirely up to Zach to send Eban to prison indefinitely. For Eban to be prosecuted with Rebecca's murder, it makes no difference who killed him.She disagrees with Kate's legal viewpoint, yet they can't help but be drawn to each other. Recognizing the danger he is in, Eban devises a strategy to ensure that neither Zach nor Kate survive Rebecca's death and the end of her independence.
A murderer on the run, a life on the line, and finally having to make a decision. Rebecca must turn off her life support in order for Zach to follow her on a murder case. When it comes down to it, Zach will make an emotional or logical decision as he struggles with right and wrong in his pursuit of justice for Rebecca, and we will leave the rest to the precious readers of the White Rain Book House.