But on the night of her boat-warming party a body washes up beside the vessel, and Genevieve recognises the victim.
As the sanctuary of the boatyard is threatened, and Genevieve's life seems increasingly at risk, the story of how she came to be so out of her depth unfolds. The Barclay is not such an easy place to leave, and Genevieve finds out the cost of mixing business with pleasure.
'Haynes's powerful account of domestic violence is disquieting, yet unsensationalist. This is a gripping book.' Guardian