The Wayland family - Lara and Marcus and their three children - leave England to spend a long, hot summer in Trout Island, Upstate New York. Lara, still reeling from an abortion that Marcus insisted on, hopes the summer away from home will give her time to learn to love her husband again.
A chance meeting at a party reacquaints the family with Marcus's old actor friend, Stephen, with whom Lara once had an affair. Lara feels herself drawn towards Stephen, and they pick up their secret relationship where they left off. Lara knows she's playing a dangerous game; what she doesn't know is that it's also a deadly one.
©2012 Julia Crouch (P)2012 Headline Digital
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"The four-year-old sounds just right"
I had to force myself not to listen from start to finish in one long go.
I read the reviews from others before I puchased this book. Most of them mentioned the four-year-old child, whose language was too forward in their oppinion. I disagree. I have a granddaughter who turned four this spring, and compared to her this little boy sounded just right, maybe even a little immature for his age.
"Loved from afar"
A family move to a NY island for a 6 week run of their dad's play. The 16 yr old twins soon make friends, but their mum is bored staying at home with their four year old brother. She starts noticing anomolies in the house, as if somebody is leaving obvious signs to let her know the family is not alone.
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