Liana Hakes-Rucker lives in North Central Texas. She is married, has an elderly dog, and a cat who demonstrates poor hygiene. Liana works on the admissions unit of a Mental Hospital where she writes most of her first drafts. Liana lives a good life.
Laura Elizabeth Evans
on April 26, 2012 :
A break from the paranormal and a straight up mystery. Although it is a quick read, it has twists and turns that I didn't see coming. The emotional depth of the main character was amazing. As a person with bipolar disorder, I appreciate the research and accuracy of the depiction of Avery. An excellent read, even if some of the subject matter is a little dark. Loved the ending!
(reviewed long after purchase)