“Sinking onto the sand, I turned my face into the wind, hoping the breeze would blow away the pain. The pain of rejection, the pain of betrayal, and the pain of everything that had been lost to us.”
Aimee’s life is just picture perfect. In just a few months she will marry her childhood best friend who becomes the love of her life, James. She will someday take over her parents cafe and has some of the best friends a girl can ask for.
But on her wedding day in the same church all of her wedding guests expected to be gleaming, everyone is dressed in black and is in mourning. Because instead of celebrating the union of marriage, they are all mourning the death of her fiancé James Donato. So what happened?
Well Aimee is beside herself because on her wedding day, the day she’s supposed to be the most beautiful bride, she instead stands over her fiance’s casket. What’s done is done. Time to move on.
Or is it? Who is Lacey? And why is she trying to convince Aimee that there’s more to James’s death that she should know. Trust no one.
We give this 4/5 stars and look forward to reading the sequel.