𝕃𝕠𝕤𝕥 𝕥𝕠 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕃𝕒𝕜𝕖
In Lost to the Lake, Beth survives a break-in, learning later that it was her husband’s fault. However, she decides to deal with the aftermath as Marty dictates it to her.
They head to a secluded cabin on a lake for a few days, where more trouble occurs. Shady money activities, greed, death, and lies found a way into her tranquil and naive life. Is her husband who he says he is, or doesn’t she know this man she has been married to for five years?
Lost to the Lake is undoubtedly suspenseful. It starts with the break-in, which involves way more than I mentioned above. However, I don’t want to ruin it for you by telling too much.
I called Beth naive, but she was more of a woman enjoying life with money. She didn’t question where it came from. She is someone who I felt bad for but also had a hard time digesting her decisions, especially after the break-in. While I thought she made some foolish choices, she acknowledges that in the story, which I thought was a nice touch.
Marty is a top-notch asshole who was all about himself. He is a greedy, lying SOB who only got worse as the story progressed. I think I’ve made my point about this wanker.
Although Beth’s dog, Angel, wasn’t a significant part of the story, he added an enormous amount to what happened. Adding him was a great idea that grabbed my attention from the get-go. Most people like dogs, and what he did was amazing.
Overall, Lost to the Lake is an enthralling thriller. There is so much more to it than what I’ve talked about. Grab a copy and give it a go.
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