Francine Craft is back with another tantalizing tale of murder, suspense, and betrayal. In THE BEST OF EVERYTHING we are introduced to widowed and single parent, Sherri Pinson, a beauty salon owner desperately trying to overcome obstacles from her past. Sherri finds out that Byron Tate, the one who turned his back on her husband when he needed him the most, has returned to town. She is successful in keeping her distance until Byron asks to spend time with her daughter, who just happens to be his goddaughter.
Byron, who also is suffering from the loss of his wife and their child, still has feelings for Sherri, his first love. He decides that he will not lose her a second time around. When Sherri's life and their newfound relationship are threatened, he concludes that he can no longer conceal the circumstances pertaining to her husband's death.
In the pages of this novel, Craft has taught us a very valuable lesson in life when something looks good, smells good and feels good, it's usually not always good for us. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING is a well written and highly engaging romance with a little suspense thrown in. More than once, I found myself on the edge of my seat anticipating what would happen next. I really enjoyed reading this novel as well as others written by this author.
Reviewed by Pamela Bolden
of The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers