My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This is much more than a suspense thriller. There is romance, there is deceit and double-crossing, there is mystery, there is hot sexual tension, and there is fear.
Amanda returns to her native Harare on a work assignment. She tries to unravel some family mysteries which led to her self-imposed exile. Every stone she turns reveals a new, usually unpleasant, surprise.
She is torn between her former lover and her current almost-a-lover. She doesn’t know whom she should trust, including members of her own family. There are many tests, and the tension rises. The reader is also torn in several directions. I challenge you to take the journey with Amanda and guess whom she can trust before she takes the right or wrong path.
The constant theme throughout is how much she cares for her son, Zach. The greatest heat and fear is felt when the young boy is put in danger.
This is a very good story and is guaranteed to hold your attention from the first page to the last. I thoroughly recommend it.