Synopsis: Ten years ago, Julie Port wood left her hometown of Lawrence Mill, Mississippi, after killing her best friend, Reba, and got away with it. For years, Julie was consumed with guilt while being a single mom raising her daughter in New York City, until Reba’s former love showed up at her doorstep. He asked her to come with him to their hometown to help him find Reba’s diary, which will uncover terrible secrets she had kept from everyone, including Julie. The diary will expose shameful memories Julie has been running from, and the hidden truths that will change their lives forever.
My review: The author’s writing was beautiful, but the book took me a while to read because the story was slow and it doesn’t pulled me in. I was hoping for more suspense that’ll keep me turning the pages, but there were hardly any and I had already figured out what happened about halfway through the book. Also, I didn’t feel any chemistry between the characters.
I received this copy from NetGalley in an exchange for a honest review.