Ten years of marriage.
Ten years of secrets.
An anniversary they’ll never forget.
Adam and Amelia are spending the weekend in the Scottish Highlands. The remote location is perfect for what they have planned.
But when their romantic trip takes a dark turn, they both start to wonder – can they trust the one they’re with?
Because every couple tells little white lies. Only for Adam and Amelia, the truth is far more dangerous.
Unfortunately this one wasn’t for me.
Let’s start with the good… I liked the mixed media which was used to tell this story. It’s from three main points of view and via some letters (all set in the last) it added a layer of intrigue and really helped break up the story. It had a couple of twists which I didn’t see coming at all and the concept was clever.
Although the beginning was intriguing, once I got to about 30% I lost interest and the ending left me a little confused.
I didn’t enjoy the slow nature of the story or the characters…even the beautiful setting didn’t come across well here.
The story was quite repetitive and in places I was left wanting to roll my eyes. Which is disappointing to be honest, as the plot could have been executed so much better (in my opinion).
Overall, I rated this one a 2/5 stars.