Steven Harding is a handsome, well-respected professor.
Ellie Masterson is a wide-eyed young college student.
Together, they are driving south from New York, for their first holiday: three days in an isolated cabin, far from the city.
Ahead of them, the promise of long, dark nights – and the chance to explore one another’s bodies, away from prying eyes.
It should be a perfect, romantic trip for two.
EXCEPT THAT HE’S NOT WHO HE SAYS HE IS.
BUT THEN AGAIN, NEITHER IS SHE . . .
This story was a quick and compulsive read. I wasn’t necessarily expecting the subject matter and I won’t say too much on that as I don’t want to ruin it for anyone who hasn’t read it yet.
It felt a little repetitive in places for me, but a quick enough read. I’ve rated it a 3/5 stars.