To have. To hold. To die.
On a windswept New England island, he waits, fingering the wedding gowns he's had made for each of them...the dresses they will wear when he kills them.
Three women have come to the Bramble Rose Inn. Sandy Cavelli longs to find romance through a personal ad. Liza Danning hopes to land a publishing deal with a reclusive author. And Jennie Towne, masquerading as her own twin, seeks a getaway weekend. They have nothing in common - or so it seems.
Then a storm bears down on the eerie, isolated inn, and the three women are plunged into a terrifying fight for survival. Because someone consumed with revenge has chosen them - for better, for worse...'til death do them part.
©1996 Wendy Corsi Staub (P)2013 HarperCollins Publishers
Sometimes I wonder if I have read the same book that was recommended by reviewers. Reviews of this book include the words, "intriguing," "page-turner," "awesome," "exciting," and "creepy." While not exactly a snore, this book is hardly "intriguing." The plot is simple and predictable and does not warrant a length of 10 hours and 24 minutes. It's like an interminable Nancy Drew mystery with some sadomasochism thrown in for good measure.
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