Jordan Cohen didn’t expect Sam, her husband and best friend, to invoke their old pact for non-exclusivity. But after twenty-some years together, that’s exactly what he did. A chance meeting with Ari Ash, the tall-dark-and-yummy internationally renowned concert pianist, pushes Jordan over the edge. Ari’s mysterious ways and magical lovemaking entice the guilt-ridden Jordan into a whirlwind affair. When Ari is implicated in an execution-style murder, she wants to believe he is innocent, but troubling facts just keep popping up. Jordan turns to the one man she can trust with her lover’s life ”" her brilliant criminal defense attorney husband.
Is Ari a killer?
Then Ari is charged, and Jordan fears the worst: a life sentence for her lover, exposure of her affair, irreparable damage to her husband’s reputation and the ruin of her law firm. But she can’t let go of Ari’s heart-stopping love. With the trial just days ahead, Jordan races to save her lover, her husband and ultimately, herself.
Desire, suspicion, love and loyalty all clash in the fast-paced city of Tel-Aviv.
I have to say, that I liked this book. I felt for Jordan when her husband started to push her aside, but at the same time I was thinking that she was out of her mind for making a pact with her husband that would allow other sexual partners. It is definitely not a pact that I could make.
The story was fast paced, and there were twists and turns in it that kept me wanting to read more. I look forward to reading more from this author, as I liked how detailed she was in her descriptions of Jordan's emotions, including what she was feeling for Ari.
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