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Two women haunted by old wounds find unexpected strength in each other in this heartwarming lesbian romance novel.

Emotional wounds aren't always apparent, and those that haunt Marika and Rhiannon are deep and lasting.

On the surface, Marika appears to be a wealthy, successful lawyer, while Rhiannon is a reclusive, maladjusted loner. But Marika, in her own way, is as damaged as the younger Rhiannon. When circumstances throw them together one summer, they begin to reach out, each finding unexpected strengths in the other.

However, even as inner demons are gradually vanquished and old hurts begin to heal, evil in human form reappears. The cruelly enigmatic Cass has used and controlled Marika in the past, and she aims to do so again.

Can Marika find it within herself to break free? Can she save her young friend from Cass' malevolent web? With the support of remarkable friends, the pair fights to break free - of their crippling pasts and the woman who will own them or kill them.

Contains mature themes.

©2013 Lois Cloarec Hart (P)2020 Tantor

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  • AZ Desert Gal
  • 29-11-20

Hope there's a third audible in this trilogy soon!

Way above average story in this genre. Nice balance and blend of romance, suspense, and character development/depth. Hope there will be more audible stories forthcoming from this author. Pretty good narration. Would be happy if this narrator stays on board for the next story.

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  • Sab
  • 07-02-21

A capturing book

I loved this book, the characters were so well created, the tension was exactly how I like it.
It was funny that David the priest was nick named Ichabod, I know hwy he was named like that, but the meaning of the word in Hebrew is “a man with no honor” and he was so honorable.
Narration was wonderful, and that is so important especially in great books, because narration can build up or destroy a book.

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  • Nicole
  • 11-12-20

Excellent!!

Great story and excellent narration! I am looking forward to more books from this author!