Ever since she spent 11 minutes under the ice, ever since she was stolen from Falcon Lake’s chill depths, Delaney’s hands shake when she senses death coming for someone.
Why won’t she let her boyfriend see her hands when she’s at his house now?
This gripping sequel to Fracture follows Delaney, Decker, and their friends through a hot summer when no one dares swim in the deep lake which took more lives after it was denied Delaney’s death – the curse or something more evil?
Check out my no-spoilers recommendation of Fracture here (even read its first chapters free via the publisher here), then find this psychological thriller today at your local library or independent bookstore.
Can curses be real?
My book talk: The curse that followed Delaney out of Falcon Lake must be real – which friend will it touch by death next?
Decker loves Delaney too much to believe in the curse, even if she can sense death coming after escaping the lake’s icy waters. But can he keep loving her when she keeps silent instead of keeping death away?
The new girl Maya has to cope with her ill mother alone, Janna misses her dead twin Carson, and Delaney now must face the superstitious without Decker’s strength beside her.
Water accidents at home and away,
Masquerade mix-ups gone deadly,
Will any of their senior class escape the Falcon Lake curse?
This sequel to Fracture spends a hot, tense summer with Delaney and friends as the cold, deep lake broods over their small Maine town. (One of 6,000 books recommended on www.abookandahug.com)