'I'm your husband, Chloe. We're a partnership now and we do what's best for us as a couple.'
Chloe finally feels like she's got her life together. After a difficult childhood and losing both parents, she worked hard for the life she loves in lively Brighton, helping people as a physiotherapist. And then she meets the perfect man.
It's a whirlwind romance, but Dan is handsome, funny, and simply the kindest man she's ever met. When she sees him standing by the altar, tears glistening in his eyes, she knows this will be for always.
As they sunbathe on their honeymoon island, laughing over drinks, planning their future with their feet in the sand, Dan jokes that he'd like them to stay there forever.
At first, Chloe couldn't agree more. It's tempting to imagine truly leaving her troubled past behind. But as the honeymoon goes on, he becomes increasingly adamant. They shouldn't leave. In fact, he won't let her...
Is he protecting her, as he claims? Or is it something more sinister?