This romance thriller is set in year 2005 in the backdrop of beautiful and picturesque Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Jordan Knight is on top of the
world. He is a young handsome physician at Phoenix’s most prestigious hospital. He is making all the right connections, winning favor with all the right people and his young beautiful girlfriend, Rebecca is equally as
successful. This young doctor and lawyer combination seem to epitomize the essence of a modern power couple. They are the envy of all their friends.
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Their spur of the moment vacations are to places that most people can only dream of. For someone who seemed to have the world in the palm of his hand, Dr. Knight still had a thirst that was unquenchable. It was almost a secret life.
When friendly flirting turns into innocent kisses then into full all out affairs, this picture perfect doll house becomes more like a house of cards. The challenge is that not only is Dr. Knight in jeopardy of ruining his home life, he is also in jeopardy of risking his freedom. When one of Dr. Knight’s female patients is found dead, the young physician’s tangled web of lies and deceit almost become more than he can bear.
In a sexy, suspense filled storyline full of twists and surprises, the elite world of medicine is opened up and exposed in a way that will have you wondering what kind of activities are happening behind your doctor’s closed door. There is a very fresh “who did it” mystery style to this story that will keep you guessing to the last minute. Everyone is a suspect and one of the two people who know the real identity of the murderer isn’t able to say a word anymore.
Find out for yourself “who did it”, you’ll be glad you did.