Childhood friends Juliet, Rebecca, Rose, and Matthew grew up in a small village outside Dublin. Now privileged, wealthy, and powerful, they appear to have it all. But when Juliet is involved in a suspicious accident and lies trapped between life and death at the bottom of a cliff, a secret that has been hidden for years threatens the seemingly perfect lives of the close-knit group.
This started well enough. The main characters are well developed, I especially liked Juliet. Unfortunately, about half way through, it seems to lose it's way. I made it to near the end of chapter 45 (out of 63) and with 4-hours to go, I completely lost interest. I suspect there is a twist toward the end, but I don't care enough to make it through until then. I am returning it.
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