Description

An abused girl’s desperate fight for survival and a silent killer determined to destroy her. 

Born on a small farm in Alabama, Elenore Griffin spends her days in a Hell of her father’s making. 
The system has failed her, leaving her trapped in a world of unimaginable torture and pain. 
Sold to the highest bidder, Elenore finds her nightmares have only just begun. And those responsible for her abuse begin disappearing around her without a trace, while the local authorities seem to be at the center of it all. 

Step inside the world of a young girl who suffered the most heinous acts imaginable. And survived. 
This is her life. This is her story… 

*****WARNING***** This book contains major triggers that some might find offensive. If you have abuse triggers, please do not purchase this book. It is not for the faint of heart. 

****Note from the author**** If you are gracious enough to leave a review, I ask that you please not leave spoilers that will ruin it for others.

My Review

Once I got started, I couldn’t put it down. I won’t give away any spoilers but I will tell you that if you suffer from a weak stomach, this may not be the book for you.

I had a hard time with some of the details but the story pulled me in enough to where I needed to find out what happened and what was going to happen.

Elle, an abused woman finds friendship and a protector in the new detective in town. While investigating her father, Evan tried his best to do the right thing by Elle and tried to protect her as much as he could all while searching for an evil man with a group of powerful and wicked men behind him.

I wish that there was a little more detail given about some of Elle’s history but enough was revealed to divulge important tidbits along the way. There’s even a second book on the way which should open the door to more reveals later on.

I will definitely be picking the next one up and can’t to find out what happens to Evan and Elle… there’s sure to be some big twists ahead!

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