Two Irish sisters, one in a coma after a car crash (Evie) and Rachel who has to work out why her sister was driving this car when she doesn't have a licence. Evie's mind is OK, so we find out exactly what unfolded before she took her fateful journey, whilst Rachel is busy doing her own thing. The sisters deeply cared about each other although didn't always show it and this came over very well. I liked the two different points of view and how the villain was exposed which kept my interest. The repetitive parts were easily skimmed and the ends all tied up neatly - a bit too neatly really! It was enjoyable, flowed well with enough suspense to keep the reader engaged. I would definitely read other books by this author.