Dr. Faith Finley is a successful therapist whose goal is to help women escape their abusers. From in person therapy, anonymous radio call-ins, to a book complete with lists to give victims a step-by-step, she’s celebrated by many but also hated by some.
After a heinous accusation from a former patient, her life as she knows it begins to crumble. Her reputation is shattered, her husband questions her, and her friends abandon her.
After a car accident, her husband goes missing and her credibility is again questioned due to drugs being found in her system after the wreck. The police tell her she was the only one in the car when they arrived on scene. But she’s adamant Liam was with her and she was sober.
As Faith tries to find her husband and clear her name, it becomes obvious she is not safe. Someone’s leaving an obscene photo coupled with tips and quotes cut out from her book. Faith takes matters into her own hands and starts investigating who would have motive to threaten her and take her husband but as the villain closes in and her family is also at risk, Faith isn’t sure who is friend or foe.
Chock full of unreliable characters and plenty of potential suspects, this one kept me guessing. I thoroughly enjoyed the suspense!
Thank you to Graydon House, Seraphina Nova Glass, and Harlequin Trade for my copy and inviting me to join this blog tour!
Seraphina Nova Glass is a professor and Playwright-in-Residence at the University of Texas-Arlington, where she teaches Film Studies and Playwriting. She holds an MFA in playwriting from Smith College, and has optioned multiple screenplays to Hallmark and Lifetime. Someone’s Listening is her first novel.