Told from the point of view of a grieving Austin police detective working within the framework of the law to stop pedophiles, and the from viewpoint of a police crime analyst/mother out for her form of vigilante justice and revenge against the same pedophiles. The book deals with their mutual attraction and how each changes the other. It also asks the question whether taking justice into your own hands is ever justified.
It's a powerful mystery/police procedural novel about the capacity of the human spirit to overcome tragedy and come out the other side to happiness in a world that doesn't allow success to happen easily. The reader will empathize, love and root for both the detective and the mother.
I tried to keep the book an interesting and easy read by creating some memorable and likeable characters, and some not so likeable. This detective thriller was great fun to write. Lots of suspense. When I let the characters tell the story, instead of forcing it, I was pleasantly surprised at how it ended. Read the reviews to find out why so many other readers agree.