Four women--friends, family, rivals--turn to online dating for companionship, only to run afoul of a tech-savvy killer using an app to target his victims in this thriller from New York Times bestselling author Joy Fielding.
A husband's death, a difficult divorce, a brutal dumping, dissatisfaction with a boring relationship: for various reasons, four women turn to the app "Mr. Right Now," hoping to right-swipe their way to love and happiness.
Paige and Heather are cousins, locked in a lifelong rivalry that recently culminated in Heather taking Paige's boyfriend for herself, although now Heather isn't quite sure she wants him. Paige's mother, Joan, is trying to get back on her feet after the death of the love of her life two years ago. And Paige's longtime friend, Chloe, is trying to replace an abusive ex-husband as soon as the divorce papers are signed.
Together, the women are navigating the choppy waters of online dating, until one of them unwittingly makes a date with a killer, starting the clock on a race to save her life.
New York Times bestselling author Joy Fielding has written a complex, electrifying thriller about friendship, jealousy and passion--a deadly combination.
JOY FIELDING is the New York Times bestselling author of The Bad Daughter, She's Not There, Someone Is Watching, Charley's Web, Heartstopper, Mad River Road, See Jane Run and other acclaimed novels. She divides her time between Toronto and Palm Beach, Florida.
Praise for Joy Fielding
"Fielding is a master of anticipation and knows how to create a labyrinth of tension, never providing an exit until the very last page. To date, I have never been able to guess the surprise ending of a novel by Fielding." —The Globe and Mail
“Sort of like experiencing the horrific head-on crash between two speeding runaway super-trains before the crash actually takes place, this is what it feels like to get inside a Joy Fielding novel and meet her characters, one thunderous explosion after another until finally the main event is upon us and the loose ends are tied up." —Toronto Star
"Fielding masterfully manipulates our expectations." —The Washington Post
"When it's Joy Fielding pulling our strings, we really don’t mind." —Calgary Herald