From a remarkable new voice in suspenseful women's fiction comes an emotionally searing drama about a woman who risks her life to discover the devastating truth about her family.…
Humanitarian aid worker Gia Andrews chases disasters around the globe for a living. It's the perfect lifestyle to keep her far away from her own personal ground zero. Sixteen years ago, Gia's father was imprisoned for brutally killing her stepmother. Now he's come home to die of cancer, and she's responsible for his care - and coming to terms with his guilt.
Gia reluctantly resumes the role of daughter to the town's most infamous murderer, a part complete with protesters on the lawn and death threats that are turning tragedy into front-page news. Returning to life in small-town Tennessee involves rebuilding relationships that distance and turmoil have strained, though finding an emotional anchor in the attractive hometown bartender is certainly helping Gia cope.
As the past unravels before her, Gia will find herself torn between the stories that her family, their friends and neighbors, and even her long-departed stepmother have believed to be real all these years. But in the end, the truth - and all the lies that came before - may have deadlier consequences than she could have ever anticipated.…
©2014 Kimberle Swaak-Maleski (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved
Book kept me interested from beginning to end. Found myself staying up late often to listen to the good part, but the whole book was the good part.
Maybe younger readers would enjoy it more.
I did not get much from Gia's character. Never got to care one way or the other about her and her relationship with Jake didnt seem to be based on much but sex.
The narration/accents were just hard to listen to.
Waste of time.
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