Ever since she started remembering the sexual abuse she experienced as a child, Kendra has been stalked. Her parents want to pretend that nothing happened–continue the facade of a happy, well-adjusted family unit. To cope with her resurfacing memories, Kendra both cuts herself, something she takes care to hide, and seeks refuge in her art. Who was Kendra’s abuser? And what happens if that secret is revealed?
Cheryl Rainfield deals with two difficult issues with believable characters in a realistic way. This one wasn’t an easy read, but one I very much appreciated. For more information about sexual abuse and self harm, see the author’s website at http://www.cherylrainfield.com