SHE, DOOMED GIRL by Sarah MacLean & Carrie Ryan

Girl is on ship. She isn’t really sure why she is on ship but there she is standing aboard; getting ready to disembark. Something about a castle. Her memory is kind of fuzzy you see. She just was told while in California that there is a castle waiting for her; she owns it now. Here she is.

I feel like if you are going to make a play for a call back to Wuthering Heights, you have to make things a little more bruding. The story here is that the woman has things to learn about herself. For instance, she knows the man that is in the castle; at least, he knows her but she doesn’t remember him at first. There is a budding romance. However, tragedy is the name of the game. The best way to describe the plot is bitter sweet. It definitely has a Twilight Zone vibe to it. Memorable for what it is but like a fine mist, it fades after a while.