The Last Honest Woman
Dylan Crosby is writing an autobiography on the race car driver Chuck O'Hurley. He receives permission to spend some time at the home of O'Hurley's widow, Abby O'Hurley. He has done his research and knows what to expect from this woman.
Abby knows this writer is coming. She wants to cooperate with him, yet does not want to reveal the whole truth about her late husband. She wants to protect their small sons.
Abby is not the woman Dylan expects. He knows something is wrong and that she is hiding something from him. He keeps digging, trying to get her to reveal her past with her husband. She resists those questions.
This is quick, light reading. It is good for a diverting hour or two.
Notice: Strong sexual content
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