In ‘Friends with Deficits’, author Jeffers Joseph illustrates how devastating or even fatal the results can be when expectations of both parties in a relationship are worlds apart. Unfortunately, Judy is late in discovering how different David really is than the man she initially met and fell in love with. Her heightened aspirations of carrying David’s name, bearing his children and enjoying his wealth, instead, turns out to be nothing but agony, anguish and despair. David proves to be unfaithful, dispassionate and stingy – a stark contrast to the charmer she thought he was going to be. Both sleeping with their close friends’ lovers does not make Judy look like an angel either; instead, it just further deteriorates an already failing relationship. So when David is ultimately found murdered, law enforcement focuses their investigations on Judy as the main suspect – but is she? Finding David’s killer however, opens up a Pandora’s Box of infidelity, double-cross, envy and deceit. Ironically, all the players had been long – time friends prior to the betrayal. As it turns out, everyone is stunned to learn of the unlikely individual who is deemed the chief suspect in Judy’s former lover’s demise. As you continue to read, you will find this thriller packed with mystery and suspense, which seemingly become increasingly intriguing as the story unfolds.