This book was just okay. I cannot see myself reading / listening to more books by this author. Some of the story aspects were not plausible. The climax was anticlimactic. Some of the scenes with the ‘bad guys’ needed to be more descriptive. They were built up to be these masterminds and difficult to kill, only to be shot in the head without much conflict. The narrator was fine, but whoever was in charge of editing the audio book, clearly did not do their job properly. There were several obvious outtakes left in the recording.
The book was barely tolerable from the start, but it gets really bad when the main character Taryn is running for her life and meets a random dog in the park, that she believes is sent from God to help her. From there it went to hell in a handbag, because suddenly the the book is more about faith than a smart woman being framed.
I don’t mind that a character has faith, but it feels forced and unreal, like the TV series «Touched by an Angel». If you still love that show, then you don’t only have horrible taste - but you might like this book.
I am very negative about this book, but that is because I really do mind when it feels like the author is trying to make me Christian, rather than write a good book.
I had to stop halfway through the book, because I kept wondering when the torture would end.
PS. Narrator was good. Not her fault
I don’t like the book.