Police chief of a small Massachusetts town, Cameron McDonald makes the toughest arrest of his life when his own cousin Jamie comes to him and confesses outright that he has killed his terminally ill wife out of mercy. Now, a heated murder trial plunges the town into upheaval, and drives a... read more
Through and through Allie has done everything in her power to make Cam's life as easy as possible. Yet, this only makes Cam bored with his life and when he meets Mia. Cam's love towards Mia is grounded on the fact that she has the ability to leave whenever she pleases, and Mia's love for Cam... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Through and through Allie has done everything in her power to make Cam's life as easy as possible. Yet, this only makes Cam bored with his life and when he meets Mia. Cam's love towards Mia is grounded on the fact that she has the ability to leave whenever she pleases, and Mia's love for Cam rests on the idea that Cam has everything; a lovely home in a nice area, a stable/noble job, and he is unattainable. Jamie on the other hand would never have cheated on his wife, he loved her more than he loved his own life. Which made it all the more difficult when Maggie was plagued with terminal cancer. Not knowing where it would spread to next made her life unbearable and lead her to ask Jamie to kill her. Once he did he had to face consequences and go to court...
“You know it's never fifty-fifty in a marriage. It's always seventy-thirty, or sixty-forty. Someone falls in love first. Someone puts someone else up on a pedestal. Someone works very hard to keep things rolling smoothly; someone else sails along for the ride.”Jamie MacDonald
“Allie had read somewhere that husbands and wives spend less than four waking hours together, and this statistic terrified her, since with Cam's crazy scheduling, she sometimes went a whole day without talking to him. She had read another statistic that said women use twice as many words in the course of a day than men do, and she wondered if this was because women were garrulous by nature, or because it took twice as long to make men understand what was being said.”
“At the time, he had not given in to the spirituality of religion, but had simply seen the church itself as a wonderful machine in a Dr. Seuss book, the kind where you walked in one end and popped out the other, a whole different color or shape or set of beliefs in your mind.”Cameron MacDonald