Could your dream home be your worst nightmare?
After what happened in London, Kirsty needs a fresh start with her family.
And running a guesthouse in the Welsh mountains sounds idyllic.
But then their first guest arrives.
Selena is the last person Kirsty wants to see.
It’s seventeen years since she tore everything apart.
Why has she chosen now to walk back into Kirsty’s life?
Is Selena running from something too?
Or is there an even darker reason for her visit?
Because Kirsty knows that once you invite trouble into your home, it can be murder getting rid of it . .
Kristy has fulfilled her dreams to set up a guest house in an idyllic mountainside location. At first, I was envious. I mean, I have never thought about it but once I saw Kristy do it, even I wanted to have my own Guest House at the same location. However, I soon realized that this isn’t such a beautiful dream after all. Kristy and her family will be staying at the attic at the guest house. Is Kristy really going to let strangers stay at the same house with her little girls just nearby? What if one them turns out to be a psycho?
Turns out that there is more to be afraid of than just the strangers renting the guest house. First of all, an estranged cousin shows up. Secondly, the Welsh neighbors aren’t very welcoming to the new Londoners. And then, there is something about the house. The building has been standing empty for decades and there is a reason why.
The story has nice flow to it. I found myself getting lost in the Welsh mountains and the lives of Kristy and her family. With each new guest, I kept wondering what would go wrong. Of course, things do go wrong in thrillers so it was just a matter of time. When a major twist occurred, everything went haywire and I started suspecting everyone.
This was an entertaining read. There were sections that were a little slow especially in the middle. However, for the most part, I enjoyed reading this book.