No cell phone signal, a dead car battery, and a failed GPS system have left Cate Cooper stranded in the middle of nowhere. Forced to make her way through a maze of cornfields, she happens upon a rundown cabin by the river.
At first glance, the occupant of the cabin appears to be the stuff that female dreams are made of … until disturbing revelations come to light.
Cate soon discovers that for the past century each generation of Seltzer twins has given birth to a set of male twins. One good, one evil. One fertile, one sterile. With the exception of Kane’s great great uncle, the twins have a habit of dying young.
And never from natural causes.
With these long-held family secrets, and the threat of something sinister lurking at every turn, can Cate free herself from the tentacles of the past and save her unborn child, or has she unwittingly fallen prey to a curse that can never be broken?
Gets confusing and leaves you hanging
Way too much is thrown at you in this book. As an avid reader I enjoy a good plot twist/suspenseful moment but there was just so much happening here that it was hard to keep track. The end is the worst, it makes you think everything is answered but then throws in another twist right on the last page. Understandable if the next book was a continuation, but it’s not👎🏻