From fabulously talented Stephanie Bond comes a romantic suspense novel. It follows the story of a young woman, a newcomer to Atlanta, who is enjoying getting acquainted with her new job, new city, new life - and the three other women with whom she carpools. That is, until someone ends up dead and her own life is threatened . . .
Belinda Hennessey is a newcomer to Atlanta, leaving Cincinnati and the memories of her six-hour marriage behind. But she's learning her way around, thanks to the silky smooth voice of Talkin' Tom Trainer with the morning traffic reports and her newfound friends in her carpool to work. Tom's voice is worth all the time they spend in traffic, and the girls are a hoot - especially when they decide to write an advice book on marriage and men.
They pass the time jotting down their pearls of wisdom. And maybe that's why Belinda was so distracted one morning that she crashed into Officer Wade Alexander's cruiser. It's not one of her more stellar moments, but it does come in handy to know an officer (on and off the job) when there's a murder at the office and Belinda begins to fear for her own life . . .