Dark secrets in the Deep South and one unforgettable summer. This is Tasmina Perry at her breathtaking best.
THE HOUSE ON SUNSET LAKE from the Sunday Times bestseller Tasmina Perry is a heart-wrenching love story bejewelled with mysteries and dark secrets, set in the Deep South. If you loved Santa Montefiore's THE GYPSY MADONNA or THE HOUSE ON BELLEVUE GARDENS by Rachel Hore you will adore losing yourself in this book.
A family secret. A house in ruin. A mystery to unravel...
Casa D'Or, the mysterious plantation house on Sunset Lake, has been in the Wyatt family for over fifty years. Jennifer Wyatt returns there from university full of hope, as summer by the lake stretches ahead of her. Yet by the time it is over her heart will be broken, her family in tatters, her dreams long gone.
Twenty years later, Casa D'Or stands neglected, a victim of tragic events. Jennifer has closed the door on her past. Then Jim, the man she met and fell in love with that magical summer, comes back into her life, with a plan to return Casa D'Or to its former glory. Their reunion will stir up old ghosts for both of them, and reveal the dark secrets the house still holds close...
One of 2016's best summer reads - Red magazine
Seductive and mysterious, this is the perfect novel to while away a summer's afternoon - Daily Express
Gripping... You'll be rooting for Jim and Jennifer, the narrative zips along at a great pace and it's brilliantly written. I loved it - Daily Mail
Buried secrets, lost loves, betrayal and heartbreak fuel this intriguing, atmospheric love story with plenty of twists to keep you turning the pages - Sunday Express S magazine
Beautifully descriptive and achingly romantic, this absorbing tale is a pure delight. ***** - Heat magazine
A classic tale of star-crossed lovers - with a dark twist. Vividly told, with plenty of surprises - Good Housekeeping
Romance with a side order of suspense - Glamour
Mystery, intrigue and romance all come together in one brilliant read - Fabulous magazine
Tasmina Perry is one of the UK's most exciting novelists today. She exploded on to the scene when her first novel DADDY'S GIRLS became an instant Sunday Times bestseller, and her subsequent novels have all been Sunday Times bestsellers. She has been published in seventeen countries. Tasmina left a career in law for the world of women's magazine journalism, and has written on celebrity and style for magazines such as Marie Claire, Glamour and Heat. She was Deputy Editor of Instyle magazine, and also launched her own travel and fashion magazine Jaunt. Tasmina Perry is married, with a son, and lives in Surrey.