Cross my heart and hope to kill
When Janice Wilson starts getting threateneing emails from her dead ex-fiance Marcus, she thinks it's just a cruel hoax. But when the murders start, she regrets ever making that dreaded promise all those years ago. This is the debut novel of the uber-talented Terrance Jordan but it will certainly not be his last. More
"Promise me you'll never love another man the way you love me," Marcus gurgles as he's dying in Janice's arms.
She promises without hesitation and for the next two years, she doesn't so much as look at another man. Her best friend Linda thinks it's a real shame for her to waste her life on a dead man so Linda tells her so. The next day at work, Janice has an email from Marcus that mentions Her and Linda's conversation from the day before in great detail. Initially, Janice thinks Linda sent the email as a practical joke because nobody else was in the car when they were talking.But when Janice find's Linda dead in the elevator, she realizes something far more sinister than just a cruel hoax is afoot. As time goes on, Janice continues to receive emails that give great detail about things only she should know like how she feels and even what she's thinking. Emails keep coming and people keep dying and Janice realizes she has to stop Marcus before it's too late.