Knowing it will upset her sister ("she'll think it's him"), she plans to say nothing — and then she arrives to find her sister has been slaughtered.
Mistrustful of the police, Nora sets out to find the killer herself.
In her public Facebook declaration that she “is in love” and “really, deeply happy,” the author of two bestsellers has insisted that “the most revolutionary thing a woman can do is not explain herself.” Melton seeks no one’s permission to live “her truth” as bravely as she can.
Indeed, Melton understands that her most sacred responsibility as a leader is to model what it means to be “so comfortable in your own being, your own skin, your own knowing—that you become more interested in your own joy and freedom and integrity than in what others think about you.” For evangelical women who have religiously read her blog since its inception in 2009 and admired her personal redemption story and public activism, Melton’s news is dramatic—even earth shaking.
is the first in an erotic trilogy billed alternately as the heir to Fifty Shades of Grey and "the most shocking thriller of the year" (it quickly got snapped up for a film deal, so you're sure to hear more about it).