Lissa Braum leaves rural Maine to embrace a world of diverse people she yearns to know. Unfortunately, the big city that awaits her includes strangers that don't share same the same empathy. The brutal assault she endures catapults her on a jarring course of self-doubt and dysfunction that leads her into the most unlikely of places, a maximum security prison for men. Her choice to seek healing among damaged souls puzzles all who are close to her. Lissa quickly learns that on the inside there are only two colors: blue and tan. Right from wrong and Us versus Them, or so it seems. Fast forward...
Under her new identity, Elise Abrams guides the inmates in her domestic violence group with compassion and composure. She knows all about the power to overcome. After all, it took her decades of determination to get this healthy. But is she really? Elise strives to keep her chaotic impulses in check as she leads eleven abusive men through the process of change. Thinking she's a safe distance from her traumatic past, Abrams suddenly suspects her assailant is much closer than she knew. Can she rely on her devolving conscience and unreliable memory to help sort out the good guys from the bad?
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