In Acknowledgements, the author states that she loves "you guys for reaching out to ask for more Joe." I can't say I understand or agree. Joe Goldberg is a murderer, murdering at least four people in this book alone. He is without remorse, killing purely for selfish interests. In tracking an ex girlfriend, Amy, to L. A., he becomes enmeshed in a wealthy family, is plagiarized by the drug and gambling addicted brother, and falls in love with Love. She and the baby she is carrying - his baby, cause Joe to reform. Do we need more of this character?
"Secrets erode trust."