Jennifer Ranger’s life is finally heading in the right direction. Her teaching job gives her the power to make a real difference in her students’ lives, and her relationship with her boyfriend, Greg, is better than ever.
After a long, exhausting day, Jennifer heads out to find the last thing she ever expected under the windshield wiper of her car.
After that, everything begins to unravel and she’s plunged into a world of paranoia and darkness.
Will Jennifer ever emerge from this new life of fear, or will she lose everything?
Out of the ashes, a killer rises….
Uncaged Review: Jennifer Ranger has the perfect boyfriend and she loves her job as a teacher. It’s plain to see she cares about her student’s. As she is concerned about one boy in her class Ryan Tegian. He is withdrawn and is obviously troubled. Ryan is having a hard time at home he’s not long lost his mother. His father is a heavy drinker and his abusing him. Ryan is forced to go to therapy and talk about his problems. But the Dr. in charge isn’t what she seems. We read about Ryan and Jennifer’s unraveling as people.
This is a complex read and shows just how fragile humans can be when faced with everyday problems and there mental health is at risk.
The motives behind some of the key characters are interesting to read. This book will leave you saying to yourself i didn’t see that happening. It does feature some character’s from Sarah’s other novel The Volunteer. But this can be read together or as a standalone book. Reviewed by Jennifer
(torture and murder, sexual situations)