From the USA Today bestselling author of The House on Mermaid Point comes a powerful novel about secrets, loyalty, and the bonds of true friendship . . .
Twenty years ago, Emma Michaels, Mackenzie Hayes, and Serena Stockton bonded over their New York City dreams. Then, each summer, they solidified their friendship by spending one week at the lake together, solving their problems over bottles of wine and gallons of ice cream. They kept the tradition for years, until jealousy, lies, and life’s disappointments made them drift apart.
It’s been five years since Emma has seen her friends, an absence designed to keep them from discovering a long-ago betrayal. Now she’s in desperate need of their support. The time has come to reveal her secrets—and hopefully rekindle their connection.
But when a terrible accident keeps Emma from saying her piece, Serena and Mackenzie begin to learn about the past on their own. Now, to heal their friendship and their broken lives, the three women will have to return to the lake that once united them, and discover which relationships are worth holding on to . . .
While I was watching General Hospital
I’ve liked Wendy Wax’s books, sense of characters, timing, scenes and scenarios. Sorry Wendy its a miss for me. The Coma took the story underwater, disconnected and scattered it too many places for me. Too much medical, too many loose threads, then way too many long fights tears and a short angry confession. And everyone star struck. I do love your writing and phrasing. This one too slow paced and underwater for me. I don’t think I liked any of these people. I prefer your people on the edge. They have something to say by their actions. these women i would want to overhear at a cocktail lounge. Even if they had won an oscar.