Top positive review
Reviewed in the United States on June 3, 2019
In my review of the book preceding this one (Until I met her) I described the lead character, Emma Fern, as crazy and after reading this sequel I would like to add stupid, but also very lucky.
This story follows on from "Until I Met Her" with successful author (even if she didn’t actually write the book herself) Emma, remaining with her insipid, narcissistic husband Jim. They have an agreement. He stays with her rather than his love interest Carol, and she will, each year on their anniversary give him something back of his that incriminates him in deceiving the sponsors/clients and funders of his ridiculous economic formula that will save the world. He needs this back as he too is a fraud who has been conning his employers and supporters.
When Carol approaches Emma and pleads with her for assistance as Jim has been hounding Carol, Emma idiotically comes up with a plan to dispose of Jim, who has walked out on Emma.
The rest of the story is actually rather nerve-wracking and proves that some people, Emma, for one, is born under a lucky star as she just seems to, no hold that thought, actually does get away with murder.
There were a number of grammatical errors in this book (Kindle version) but the most disconcerting was the change of surname of her first murdered victim from the first book of Hodgson-Greene to Johnson Greene. Bizarre. I also didn’t understand the title. It makes no sense. 4 Stars for entertaining.