Out on parole after serving 15 years after confessing to murder, Shelby Pearce is ready to start again in small town Texas.
A chilling suspense, that deals with more intense topics than I typically expect from this author. I liked how Shelby has grown and clung to her faith, as well as how she makes new friends as she works to make a fresh start.
This was a hard one for me to read, because of the subject matter and just how cruelly things played out against Shelby. I wanted to like Denton, but being in his head and made it hard.
Overall, this one just wasn't my cup of tea. Though there were many things that I enjoyed, I had a hard time wanting to read this because of just how truly awful the bad person was. Great for people who like the emotional roller coaster and more intense reads.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.