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I am sure most will agree Domestic Violence is a serious problem. It comes in all shapes, sizes, religions, sex's and colors. It doesn't discriminate. It is the predator versus the prey, the control and the loss of control, it is the threatening vows of the oppressor and the silent cries of the victim. This story is about such a thing.
The author captures the truth of Domestic Violence at its center through character development and vivid description. This is a memorable, stick with you kind of read. A true suspense thriller that will keep you turning the pages! Once you start reading it you won't want to stop! If you have ever been a victim of Domestic Violence or are close to someone that has, some of this story may resonate a bit deeper than it might for others, but everyone that reads this will know on some level what Domestic Violence feels like after reading this.
A fascinating story with great characters, plenty of danger, a few twists and a touch of romance.
Kelly was living with a gangster, happy to have the money and the good life, but when she became her boyfriend’s punching bag and a customer seriously hurt her she knew that she needed to escape.
Sarah showed herself as a strong woman who looked like she took nothing serious, however I think this was an act and she was really vulnerable. The cracks started to appear in her confidence when the attacks got more intense. The way Sarah and Kelly’s stories were told, mixing the past and present was not confusing at all and really help build up the tension in the book. You could feel the relief in Sarah when she told her secret and knew that she had someone else she could rely on.
This book was full of tension and suspense. The twists in this story had me guessing right to the end about who was behind the attacks and I was so surprised when the truth was revealed. I really enjoyed this book and I although I did not want the story to end, I could not put it down and found myself reading it in one sitting. I have other books written by Karen and they have now been moved up my TBR list.