Robert Saunders is a newspaper editor with a Volvo, a place in the suburbs, and a marriage that’s getting dull.
Kathy Becker, who works at the same newspaper, has no doubt that Robert deserves a better wife. Her. Kathy is smart, focused, and pretty. Robert hardly knows what hits him, especially when Kathy starts seducing him in secluded corners of their building.
Soon Robert knows he’s in love. He’s ready for a hot new marriage.
But Anne Saunders isn’t going to give up her husband that easily. And though she’s not usually the kind to take desperate measures, she decides to defend what is hers.
Suspenseful and harrowing, sometimes funny and often sexy, Too Easy is the “unwed mother of all page-turners…. So well written it’s frightening” (Kinky Friedman, author of Elvis, Jesus & Coca-Cola). It’s a stylish psychological thriller about the bad decisions we make in life and love.