Allie Marshall was convicted of a crime she didn’t commit, but after 10 long years she’s out on parole. She’s determined to prove her innocence. Her return turns everyone’s world upside down, especially her daughter’s. Will she be able to mend her relationship with her daughter and prove once and for all she didn’t murder the coach?
I enjoyed this suspense. It was full of unexpected twists and turns all the way to the end. It keeps you enthralled the whole time. While I loved this book I wouldn’t call this Christian fiction as there’s no mention of God at all. It’s fairly clean, however, there are a few instances of cursing and there were a couple racy spots (more than I prefer). Minus those spots the storyline was great and kept me on my toes.
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