Eyes are everywhere.
Iconic Silicon Valley CEO Michael Romanov points to current headlines to prove his point: Powerful men topple from the wobbly ladder of success every day. All it takes is one hint of scandal. So, is it any wonder he expects his wife and kids to live as if under a microscope?
When he discovers his wife having coffee in a public place with another guy, he flashes to livid. She manages to get the guy out of the line of fire before he reaches their rendezvous, but she receives the full strength of his tongue. Because they’re in public, he slices and dices her with such civility that no one notices.
Well, someone notices. From her eyes to her mouth to his ear–and anyone else eavesdropping. She takes it upon herself to blab about how often she’s seen AnnaSophia having coffee with the “older gentleman” she thought was his wife’s husband. The more she blithers, the more determined Michael becomes to silence her permanently.
AnnaSophia is grateful her only friend in the world–her yoga instructor–escapes Michael’s rage. Trapped for 15 years with a narcissistic control freak, she takes his tongue-lashing. With three kids, an ailing father, and no means of support, she can’t escape. Michael would never allow a public divorce. Rich as he is, he’d kidnap the kids, ensuring she’d never see them again. He’d throw her father out of his Alzheimer’s facility. He’d run AnnaSophia’s reputation into the ground, all the way to hell.
Still, she’s surprised that his reaction to the coffee incident is relatively mild.
Then, she learns the girl in the coffee shop is murdered …
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AB Plum’s earliest love was books. Her office overflows, and her Kindle is about to die from so many titles. She considers them all references for writing–now her passion. The genesis of The Dispensable Wife has roots in her years working in Silicon Valley in high tech. She’s a movie fan, but nothing beats a riveting book and popcorn. Walking and aerobic dance give her a break from words on the screen. She lives in Silicon Valley, off the fast lane, with her husband.