The Carlisle family experienced a great tragedy when their mother died. However, the bigger tragedy was the secrets surrounding the death of Mrs. Carlisle.
Lynette Carlisle, the youngest of the family, was the one who knew the most but was too young to truly comprehend what happened. In order to survive, she repressed her feelings and tried to move past it. Yet, at some point, these feelings need to be faced. The story opens with Lynette having to face the truths locked away for so many years. Nightmares and images haunt her, and she must face the facts in order to fully understand what happened so many years ago.
The novel was a page-turner. The author gave away hints and details slowly and methodically throughout the book. Sometimes, I was frustrated at how slow the details came out. The ending made sense and was not too surprising once all the details came out. The ending also left some doors open for future stories. I am not sure if the author has plans for another book or just let some things left to the imagination of the reader.
Thomas Nelson provided me a free book in exchange for this review which I freely give.