The man she loved . . .
The fiend she trusted . . .
The doctor she relied on . . .
Their conspiracy spelled disillusion and certain disaster.
GENE walked into Beth's life and transformed her world. Days passed in shimmering perfection, nights in sheer ecstasy. Then Gene was gone and Beth's blissful new life turned into a living death – until she found Stan.
STAN ranked as one of the most brilliant psychiatrists in the country. Gentle, tender, infinitely concerned, he snatched Beth from the brink of madness. But what did he offer in its place?
JORI was beautiful, sexy, sure of herself and her powers. She was more than Beth's friend; she was her salvation, for it was Jori who turned up that terrific job that would keep Beth going. But why had Jori, a casual acquaintance at best, suddenly become Beth's closest confidante?
PHILIP was not a man to be trusted. Who would dare to trust a man living as a parasite on his crippled, homely cousin. Philip said he was merely protecting Margot and her millions, but what, Beth wondered, was he protecting them from?