Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Everyone has their little secrets but for some they can be deadly. Amber is sent to stay with her sister, Rebecca for the summer because she had gotten hurt at a party due to being too drunk. Her parents feel that she is getting out of control and so they think maybe a summer with her sister and a forced meeting will help. 

Amber fights the summer prison at every turn but when she goes to her first meeting she sees her old friend Bailey, from New York, so they talk and make it a little better for each other. Then she meets a young man named Ethan, who is part of the Big Brother/Big Sister's program and her sister's boyfriend, Jason is his big brother so she gets to know him. But he is carrying a big secret and she is not sure what to do when she finds out the truth. 

She thought that while she was in Virginia she would find out what really happened to her best friend, Madison. Madison's parents had just chalked it up to her running away but she knew there was more to that. There were too many clues to suggest otherwise. In her investigations she learns secrets that might eventually hurt her but she continues on hoping to find the truth of what happened to Madison.

Wonderfully written and the story keeps a person hooked from beginning to end trying to find out the secrets and hoping that the truth of Madison's disappearance is cleared. I had to keep reading until the end to find out if I was right and I was shocked with what happens in the book. I can't wait for the next installment and see what occurs.

About the Author

A graduate of C.W. Post, Melissa Wolff is the author of Sharpie Messages: The Writing on the Wall, Fated, and On the Shattered Path. She has been reading romance books since she was ten and has been writing them since she was fifteen. She is currently working on the sequel to Three Little Lies. She lives on Long Island with her family and plans to travel to Europe one day. For now, Melissa is content with taking people from her actual life and weaving them into her own stories.

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