It was supposed to be the ultimate girl’s trip. Hiking into the Grand Canyon in the off-season to reunite two adult sisters with their best friend from high school. It was the perfect Getaway. But then some of their supplies go missing. They suspect someone might be following them into the canyon. Someone with bad motives. Is it payback for a secret from their past?

The plot is slow to start. However, it is very cinematic. I think it would make an excellent thriller movie. As a book, I, personally, was as bored by reading all the hiking/camping details as I am by actual hiking/camping. By the time the pace picked up, I just didn’t care anymore and didn’t empathize with any of the characters. That may just be me. If you like an outdoorsy setting, Getaway may be perfect for you. So, I’ll give it 3 stars (sort of an average of my thoughts and your potential enjoyment of the book).

Thanks to Mulholland Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.

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