1 – Did the pacing of the book allow you to identify with the characters while keeping the story moving?
2 – The book is told from the point of view of the first person, that of Noah Parks, did you find this effective?
3 – Noah Parks is not what some would call a typical attorney, what about him did you find most interesting?
4 – As much as the Last Will and Testament of Leo Cross is a central point of the book, so is the city of Charleston. Do you feel that the setting of the book added or distracted from the story?
5 – Food and wine are both central to a number of scenes in the book, did their inclusion make the story more personal?
6 – What were your thoughts on Austin, the Australian Shepherd?
7 – There was a strong personal and professional relationship between Noah and Emmett Gabriel. How did this help or hurt the story?
8 – Noah struggled with his relationship with Anna Beth. What were some of the reasons this may have occurred?
9 – What were some of your more favorite scenes in the book?
10 – Did the ending of the book surprise you?
11 – There were two women romantically interested in Noah Parks, both with innuendo and sexual tension. How was the author’s handling of these relationships?