Class reunions--Utah--Fiction; Women--Utah--Fiction; Mormons--Fiction.
In this quietly seductive novel--Levi S. Peterson's latest foray into the ever-intriguing topics of memory, regret, and sin--a suspenseful ambiance is created from the backdrop of a rural high school reunion. While acquaintances interact tentatively at first, then more freely, Aspen confronts a particularly dark secret from her past. But there is also hilarity here. Despite everyone's best attempts to impress former classmates, they gradually reveal their true selves; lapsing into old habits, they demonstrate how little has changed. This makes for a particularly satisfying reunion and, for readers, a compelling vicarious experience. [publisher blurb]