REVIEW: Souls Set Free by Kimmie Easley

DSC04260Title: Souls Set Free
Author: Kimmie Easley
Year of Publication: 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format: Ebook
Length: 190 pages
First Line: “Emma must have heard a thousand times over the years how people would trade anything to have her life.”

Summary: Emma Carter isn’t your average loving mother and wife. Actually, she’s not loving at all. Unable to move on from a tormented childhood of abuse she’s now at risk of losing her own family. Hopeless, she goes to bed every night secretly longing to not wake up the next morning. That all changes the day her mother is murdered while living on the streets. Emma must now face all of the pain she has spent years trying to numb with pills and alcohol when she is forced to travel back to her hometown to identify her mother’s body.

If only it were that easy…

Will reliving the abuse all over again help Emma forgive her mother or send her spiraling back into a world she fought so hard to survive?

Review:

Worst part: The flashbacks, and the switching point of view for the flashbacks.

Best part: That I ended up crying for the ‘villain’.

Grade: B

Recommend For:

Other Books by This Author: ‘Tis the Season

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