As a drug-fuelled teenage tearaway, Kaz Phelps took the rap for her little brother, Joey, over a bungled armed robbery, and went to jail. Six years later she's released on licence. Clean and sober – and driven by a secret passion for her lawyer, Helen – Kaz wants to escape the violence and abuse of her Essex gangster family.
Joey is a charming, calculating and cold psychopath. He worships the ground his sister walks on and he's desperate to get her back in the family firm. But all Kaz wants is a fresh start and to put the past behind her. When Joey murders an undercover cop, DS Nicci Armstrong is determined to put him behind bars. What she doesn't realise is that their efforts are being sabotaged by one of their own.
The final test for Kaz comes when her cousin, Sean, gets out of jail. A vicious, old-school thug, he wants to put the girl back in her place. But can Kaz face him down and get her life back?
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An outstanding book.
I loved the fact that the story was full of action and suspense the whole way threw, it was also fast paced and really exciting.
Kaz finally getting away from her family and trying to start again.
I loved the way she brought the story to life, she was amazing at all the characters and really read the book with a lot of feeling.
Don't let yourself be ruined.
Fantastic book and I can't wait for the rest of the series. This is another author to add to my favourites list.
Really enjoyed it.....
Not having read any previous Susan Wilkins, I found this 'audio' book fab....If you enjoy Martina Cole or Mandasue Heller I think you will really enjoy this....
I really just generally enjoyed the story and the way it was read.....
Well, I thought the 'reader' was great, but I think my fav/the most important character, Kaz is brilliant.....
As I have said, Martina Cole, Mandasue Heller and Roberta Kray fans will love this. A strong but not perfect female character who has family issues and has done some 'time' I would say it's really pretty good!
- Miss C A Williams