I would do anything to protect my family. It’s my fault they’re in danger…
Our vacation house is beautiful. With its pastel-blue walls, the swimming pool outside, the boardwalk stretching down to the shore. My children play in the waves and my husband grills burgers on the deck. It is so peaceful.
But I can’t relax. When I drive to the store, or stroll down the beach, I am always looking over my shoulder, my heart racing. I am looking for him.
The man who nearly destroyed everything, a year ago, because of the secrets I kept.
I swear I didn’t do anything wrong. But no matter how hard my husband tries to pretend, we both know it’s not over.
This vacation was meant to be a chance to heal. Instead, I think it might break us. Because my husband still doesn’t trust me… and I’m not sure I can trust myself.
She most certainly is a loving wife. She proves it more than once. When her loved ones are in danger, she does not hesitate. She acts and how. The one million dollar question is though is he a loving husband…?
When a family is in danger, you would think both parents try and do everything to protect each other. What though when push comes to shove and it seems like your husband has turned in to a stone? It’s devastating of course, but you try to understand. When he starts shutting you out, you are not prepared to take it any longer.
Your husband realises this too and suggests a holiday. That were you will have more time to spend together and mend every broken piece. Sounds like a plan, right…
Weird things happen there too and Kate is slowly but definitely starting to unravel the mystery. This is where we are going to find out what her husband’s definition of loving really means…
This is a great story where a blast from the past is the beginning of a nightmare. A wonderful domestic thriller with a devastating and heart breaking ending. I loved it. 5 stars
Thank you, Miranda Smith and Bookouture
About the author
Miranda Smith writes psychological and domestic suspense. She is drawn to stories about ordinary people in extraordinary situations. Before completing her first novel, she worked as a newspaper staff writer and a secondary English teacher. She lives in East Tennessee with her husband and three young children.