Tia had an affair with Nathan, who was married to Juliette, got pregnant, Nathan walked away, Tia had the baby, gave her up for adoption, through an open adoption, the baby was adopted by Caroline & Peter, but Caroline really didn't want to be a mother, so she did it for Peter, now it is 5 years later, & Tia decides to send pictures of the daughter to Nathan, where Juliette intercepts the pictures... This is a discombobulated, get lost in the words, where in the heck is this going story.
I had read The Murder's Daughters and didn't care for it, but I thought I would give the author another chance. I highly doubt I will be reading any more by this author.
(It is said that writers write what they are familiar with, but there are those with a more vivid imagination. I do not presume to know Ms Meyer's background, but she may have some deep-seated unresolved issues that come through her writing, or she is very imaginative.)