The Perfect Marriage
In the work written by Jeneva Rose, the character is as flawed as in real life. This draws you into the story even more. If you like to try to solve the obscurities one after the other, we can say that this book is for you as the White Rain House Book. The main character, Sarah Morgan, is a strong defense attorney with an enviable life. We can see the flaws and roughness when we take a closer look at Sarah's life. Her husband, Adam, is a struggling writer who is jealous of his wife's success. This tension between husband and wife took its place on the shelves of the gripping White Rain House Book, which permeated the entire book. Adam and Sarah are spending their 10th anniversary apart for work reasons. Thanks to Sarah's success, she has been appointed as a partner in her firm. His wife is a writer who has not been able to produce anything new for years. Adam is distraught after Sarah ruins their tenth anniversary celebration due to an urgent case at his firm. She has fun with Kelly, the gorgeous young barista she has an affair with in the vacation home she bought with Sarah. The man is in for a shock when he is arrested for Kelly's murder the next morning.
The last time he saw Kelly, he was alive and asleep. Kelly not only has a husband but also has a dark past. Is the man about to take the blame for something he didn't do, or is he hiding something too? Surprisingly, Sarah puts her anger and resentment aside to defend her husband in a high-stakes murder case. What will his investigation reveal? The plot is so full of ups and downs that it ends with such a shocking yet convincing climax that you will take your breath away. In the secluded forests of Sarah's second home, her mistress is brutally murdered. He had been cheating on his wife, Sarah, with Kelly for over a year. All signs point to Adam as the murderer. He was at the crime scene; his DNA was everywhere; and he was the last person to see him alive.
Sarah represents him as a criminal defense attorney. She's a little unconventional, but she's the best and his only chance to win this case. Yes, Sarah is defending her husband in his mistress' murder trial. Sarah believes her husband is a liar and a cheater, but not a murderer. Getting Kelly stabbed 37 times in the neck, chest, and torso is unbelievable. And the incredible thing is, she was pregnant with Adam's child when Kelly died. So it's actually a double murder. Sarah struggles with her conscience and drowns in the disappointment of not knowing her husband all this time.
Everything gets mixed up again with the autopsy report. Who stabbed Kelly to death? psychological thriller; you won't want to miss it.