How well do you really know your best friend?
Kat Grant and Alice Campbell have a friendship forged in shared confidences and long lunches lubricated by expensive wine. Though they’re very different women — the artsy socialite and the struggling suburbanite — they’re each other’s rocks. But even rocks crumble under pressure. Like when Kat’s financier husband Howard plunges to his death from the second-floor balcony of their South Florida mansion.
Howard was a jerk, a drunk, a bully and, police say, a murder victim. The questions begin piling up. Like why Kat has suddenly gone dark: no calls, no texts and no chance her wealthy family will let Alice see her. Why investigators are looking so hard in Alice’s direction. Who stands to get hurt next. And who is the cool liar — the masterful manipulator behind it all.
I really enjoyed Best Friends Forever and was so drawn by the story I didn’t realise until the end of the book that I’d neglected to do what I always do when reading this genre — I try to guess ‘who dunnit’.
Cleverly plotted and well told, this is a real page turner. I think I read it in only two sittings.
I love it when I can highly recommend a book to my best friends—who I will now be looking at with fresh eyes!!
This review is also published on Goodreads
Published by Harlequin (Australia)