Livvy Fischer is in a quandary. She is an operatic singer who is unable to perform because of panic attacks. She unwittingly joins a worship team that is set to perform at San Quentin, a maximum security prison. Livvy has a thing for Pastor Lucas, who is going with the church baseball team to play against the prisoners. One of the humorous comments is when she calls him “Pastor Luscious, I mean Pastor Lucas”.
On stage she notices a particular prisoner staring at her and making her very uncomfortable. Shortly after that a full scale riot erupts. Tobin, an inmate, grabs her from the stage and forces her to go with him. He says he is only protecting her but trust is hard in this setting.
Her goal is to survive and get out of the prison confinement but havoc is being unleashed all over. Her fellow church members are nowhere to be found.
This was a very gripping nail-biter for sure. Hiding out with Tobin, going from location to location, and running from a serial killer that is after her, makes this a novel that can’t be put down! Who is in the killer’s gang on the inside? Are all the employees in the prison on the up and up? Will Livvy make it out and why is she having conflicting feelings for Tobin, an inmate? Grab a copy and find the answer to all these questions and more.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through Celebrate Lit but was not required to write a review positive or otherwise.