“Desperate times call for desperate measures.”
Roz is a single mother who has contributed to and inherited a huge amount of debt. Basically, she and her ex-husband were terrifically lousy with money management. Since the split, events have been spiraling out of control on her, and she feels backed into a corner. As a result, she accepts an offer to have an affair with a married man, and be paid for her “services.” It is made clear she is “usually not that kind of girl.”
Things don’t get better from there…
This book was less thriller, more slow moving exploration of the results that come from making extremely bad choices.
I was enjoying the book until about ¾ when it started to wrap up very quickly.
Not my favorite Paula Daly book, but it won’t stop me from reading more by her.