Death by Jealousy is book 6 in the number-one best-selling Caribbean Murder series, which begins with the free book Death by Honeymoon (book 1).
Cindy and Mattheus, still reeling from Key West, unsure where their relationship stands, prepare to take some time away from each other - when a shocking call arrives. A beautiful bride is missing on the night before her destination wedding in the magnificent Cayman Islands. The groom, the last one to see her alive during their scuba diving outing, is the prime suspect. But the groom's family insists he is innocent, and they hire Cindy and Mattheus to find out the truth.
Cindy understands the pain of an ocean accident all too well, and the case strikes uncomfortably close to home, evoking memories of Clint at every turn. Police and the Coast Guard search the sea and land, but the bride, Allie, is nowhere to be found. Family, wedding party, and guests have all been detained at their luxury hotel to be questioned. Was it an accident? Did the bride run away? Or has someone killed her? Who could have wanted her dead?
As Cindy and Mattheus investigate and interview those at the celebration, we journey into the incredible wealth and opulence of the Islands and the lifestyle of those who have come down to celebrate the wedding and vacation there. As their relationships are exposed, we see the effects of wealth, greed, and intense jealousy and how they run their lives. We also meet Mac, a charismatic, suave partner in the firm who develops an attachment to Cindy, and Vivien, a gorgeous guest whom no man can resist.
As Vivien goes after Mattheus and Mac pursues Cindy, we watch Cindy and Mattheus' relationship struggle and become infected by jealousy and suspicion as well. In a shocking turn of events, Cindy finds out more about Allie than anyone knew. And as the investigation takes a deadly turn, Cindy's life is in danger, not once but twice.
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Death by Jealousy