With nothing left to lose and no hope for the future, Taylor Sinclair thinks nothing of putting herself between monsters and innocent victims.
When serial rapist/murderer, Ralph Morse, escapes from prison, Taylor knows he’s going after the woman responsible for his conviction. The Toronto Police won’t listen to her, so she takes matters into her own hands.
Saving Grace Reilly, aka bestselling author Gray Rowan, rips open the wounds of Taylor’s traumatic childhood, but will it set her free or destroy her?
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Taylor Sinclair makes an explosive return to Toronto after a grueling North American tour to promote her book, Leila’s Locket. The media has been murderous, but it’s about to get worse with Sarah Johnson’s trial just days away. Adding more stress, Taylor learns that NNN is about to air interviews with Sarah and Darryl Johnson which could reveal any number of her closely guarded secrets. It may not be worth worrying about though, because someone wants Taylor or Caillen Worthington dead. Is Cail the target after being involved in a major narcotics bust, or has someone from Taylor’s past decided to collect on unfinished business?
“Buckle up – it’s a hell of a ride.” ~ Amazon Reader
In a home invasion style attack, a woman is left with disturbing injuries and Toronto Police Constable Taylor Sinclair finally gets the opportunity to work an active case with Detective Sergeant Chris Cain in the elite Sex Crimes Unit.
Determined to prove herself not only to Chris, but to the Chief of Police and the whole damn department, Taylor steels herself to face the horrors endured by the Sex Crimes Unit twenty-four hours a day. She finds her resolve in her determination to seek justice for the victims of a violent sex offender.
While Taylor and Chris attempt to discover the meaning behind the serial rapist’s alarming signature, they’re both distracted – Taylor by her failed relationship with fellow officer, Constable Caillen Worthington, and Chris by an unwelcomed visitor in an old friend of her mother’s, stirring her own childhood trauma to the surface and bringing new threats with it.
“Wendy Hewlett’s writing style makes you want to read more.” ~ Goodreads Reviewer