Witness by Caroline Mitchell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I personally found this great story tense, exciting, sad, unforving and very very addictive.
Rebecca had finally escaped from Solomon and was convicted of abuse and jailed.
But even though the conviction of Solomon, it meant that Rebecca had to gain a new start in life, a new existence. Her life settled with a husband and her child.
But she was looking over her shoulder once Solomons release from prison.
Would she ever be free?
Her husband didn't know much about her past.
I loved how the author brought us up to date with Solomons thoughts of now and the past and Rebecca's, including her journal.
The tense ...on the edge of your seat, biting your nails.....wondering what reply she would give each time Solomon text her was not only sad, in that she was still beholden to him but, the fact she had to reason out her decisions and then justify why she chose who she did.
With the background Caroline Mitchell has it's no wonder she weaves such astounding breathtaking stories that are so real.
I need to thank bookoutour for my digital copy via Net galley
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