I really enjoyed this book. The mystery in the book was a good one I couldn't quite figure out until the end, and I usually can early on. Story summary: Michael Frome's wife Justine goes missing and everyone thinks he was involved. 2 yrs later her body is found floating in their lake and everyone is clamoring to convict him except an old friend/crush Suzie. She decides to help him start investigating and they find out about a mysterious club with a dark side Justine belonged to. Could The Mulligan Club's seductive, dangerous games be to blame and will they find out too late?
Did she take all of her secrets to her grave?
When desires become dangerous,love can be deadly.
I have NEVER in all my life of reading been more disappointed in a novel than I was in this one. I thought that I knew what I was getting. I was secure in my knowledge that the '4 Seasons' books of Firefly Glen were great, happy, kind, even funny at times. I enjoyed the books immensely. I LOVED the characters. Even the less than lovable ones. This series was what I read romance for. Happy stories w/o the problems and stresses of today.
Saying all that, I was glad to see that there was a follow-up to the series that finished the story involving Mike and Suzie. DO NOT BE FOOLED. This is not a romance novel. It has disturbing violent scenes that stayed with me for days. That is not what I read romance novels for. I could listen to the nightly news for that. I am glad to know how the Mike/Suzie drama ended; however, anyone who thoroughly enjoyed the light- hearted romps thru Firefly Glen in books 1-4 should stop there. Book 5 will stay with you, and not in a good way.
It was a little weird but then I am not too fond of mysteries in general. That said I wanted to finish up the series so I guess it was okay.