A girls’ weekend to die for.
New friends Sam, Margaret and Diana are thrilled to be getting out of the city for a girls’ weekend—they’ve bonded over their messy divorces, and every mile on the odometer feels like another step towards putting their exes in the past. But when car trouble halfway into their trip strands them in the most unlikely of mountain towns, they come face-to-face with the hurts and betrayals they were so desperate to leave behind.
When Diana doesn’t return home after a night out, Sam and Margaret’s search for her reveals just how little they know about their friend. As eerie coincidences and secrets begin to pile up, and an ex-boyfriend arrives in the tiny town, the women realize that their detour may not have been a mistake…and that someone wants to guarantee that they never make it out.
My thoughts: this book is very good at throwing in an unexpected twist. You think it’s going one way, when Diana disappears for example, then it goes a completely different direction. Very cleverly done. There was no way to see what was coming next or how all the different people and incidents come together. The ending was surprisingly satisfying. You never really know who your friends are…
*I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for taking part in the blog tour but all opinions remain my own.