The first time Jemma and Matt were invited to Polskirrin – Lucas Jarrett’s imposing ocean-view home – it was for an intimate wedding that ended in tragedy. Jemma will never forget the sight of the girl’s body floating towards the rocky shore.
Now, exactly one year later, Lucas has invited his guests back for a macabre anniversary.
But what Lucas has in store for them is nothing like a candlelight vigil. Someone who was there that night remembers more than they’ll admit to, and Lucas has devised a game to make them tell the truth.
This book had a really good mystery. The first 100 pages I did find it a bit boring, the characters weren’t clicking with me and I found myself tuning out. Once I got onto part 2 the story got much more exciting and I found myself connecting with it much more. I did still find it slightly drawn out and I think that it went around in circles for a bit. It was definitely just a bit too long and could have been wrapped up quicker, in my opinion. Other than that, I loved the story and it was a good thriller.