Goodness me, what a read this is! This one sure takes craycray to a whole new level.
What appears to be the perfect romantic weekend away soon takes a dark turn that you won’t be expecting and a whole heap of history unravels along with Ellie’s mind!
This book had me on the edge of my seat as I genuinely never quite knew what to expect next! It was gripping and interesting – I didn’t particularly warm to either character but in some ways that made it better as they were both somewhat deplorable, albeit for different reasons.
Great book – perfect distracting.
Blurb: STEVEN HARDING IS A HANDSOME, WELL-RESPECTED PROFESSOR. ELLIE MASTERSON IS A WIDE-EYED YOUNG COLLEGE STUDENT.
Together, they are driving south from New York, for their first holiday together: three days in an isolated cabin, far from the city.
Ahead of them, the promise of long, dark nights – and the chance to explore one another’s bodies, away from prying eyes.
It should be a perfect, romantic trip for two.
EXCEPT THAT HE’S NOT WHO HE SAYS HE IS. BUT THEN AGAIN, NEITHER IS SHE . . .