She rose from the ashes of her past.
Now someone wants to throw her back into the fire.
In the small town of Silverton, Ohio, crime runs big. Court advocate, Elizabeth Strong, knows this all too well and doing everything she can to stop it. She has devoted her life to helping women escape dangerous, narcissistic men. She did it herself years ago sending a man to prison. And he's had plenty of time to plot his revenge.
While helping a prominent woman navigate the court system, Elizabeth falls prey to a mysterious stalker and Detective Martinez is assigned to her case. When it becomes clear that her client is the target of a murder for hire, Elizabeth and Martinez team up to catch the killer. The client's husband is rich, connected, and the number one suspect. Is he also sending Elizabeth a message to back off?
Although the one man Elizabeth fears is still behind bars, Martinez suspects he's somehow involved. It wouldn't be the first time a prison inmate got to someone on the outside. As the evidence builds in her client's case, the danger escalates in her own. The tangled web connecting the two together begins to unravel and it's soon realized nothing is ever as it seems...
Great read! Really held my interest.55
The story was very fast-paced but I found numerous editorial errors. In some cases, it seemed like the author intentionally chose the sentence structures, even though that was probably not the case. This was distracting.35
Overall I enjoyed this book but it does need a good editor.45
Other than a lot of misused words—“titled for tilted”, etc. the book was VERY good.55
Good book. Easy reading45
Thanks for the free book. It was interesting, but there were so many grammar errors. Many times the word “you’re” was used when the word “your” should have been. There were many other grammatical errors. Better proofreading would be good. This was very annoying.35
I enjoyed the story. However, there were many grammatical errors that are really disruptive. Proof read better.35