A golden summer, and six talented friends are looking forward to the brightest of futures – until a daredevil game goes horribly wrong, and a woman and two children are killed.
18-year-old Megan takes the blame, leaving the others free to get on with their lives. In return, they each agree to a ‘favour’, payable on her release from prison.
Twenty years later Megan is free.
Let the games begin . . .
I liked the sound of the plot and I have read Sharon’s previous books and enjoyed them, six friends with their whole lives ahead of them, decide to play a game which goes horribly wrong, none of them want to take the blame so when Megan says she will, the others are concerned. But Megan has ideas of her own and she will only do it for when she gets out of prison each friend has to do her a favour. Twenty years later and Megan is out, but what is she going to demand from her so called friends. I liked the way the story flowed through out, you knew what was coming but at the same time was a little unsure if the story was going to go how you predicted. The second half is a lot better than the first half, mostly when Megan comes out of prison and what happens next. It is a very dark read that will pull you in and won’t let you out until the very last page.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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