She's just a small-town girl, living in a lonely world. Then she disappears right before her wedding day.
Annie Taft has gone missing four days before her wedding, and the whole town is trying to find her. What everyone thinks is Annie just being Annie, starts to look more sinister as the hours pass.
Is her fiancee telling the truth? What about her secret friend? And we haven't talked about the man who was wrongly convicted of her mother's death who was released from prison on the very day Annie disappears.
There are a handful of possible suspects, and each question reveals more secrets.
How well do we really know the people we love? It's a question Marybeth Whalen asks with both humor and suspense. I read this one in two sittings and had myself an excellent time. If you like small southern towns and weddings, shady characters and mysteries, and if you enjoy some well-written characters, this one's for you.