For Edward, Elizabeth is the epitome of the perfect womanblack hair, creamy skin, and a voluptuous body that begged to be touched. He considers her his soul mate, with one problem: her husband, Michael, an attention-hungry, self-centered jerk, who Edward considers to be an imposter in his perfect world. The three of them have been friends for thirty years, but Edward has never made his feelings about Elizabeth known until now.
It begins harmlessly enougha few sexy notes and playful gifts from a secret admirer. Elizabeth would never suspect Edward, and he wants to keep it that way, to shield them both from scandal. But the notes and gifts escalate, until Edward finds himself pulled into the depths of obsession, stalking Elizabeth and watching her every move.
Edwards love from a distance is soon out of control. As he loses his grasp on reality, he also loses his grasp on sanity. Told from the perspective of a man tumbling down the tunnel of madness, Distant Love details Edwards addiction to Elizabeth, from innocent to evil. Is it possible for Edward to peer into the darkness and return to face the light? Or will his harmless game mean the end of his lifeand perhaps, the life of someone else?