Oh this one was hard to put down. This was Jayné's journey into herself. She finds out things about herself and what she is willing to do by becoming her own advocate instead of a victim. She gets the big answer she asked herself in the cliffie and now it's time to decide what to do about it. Hard choices and zealotry combine into impossible choices. Is she willing to believe in herself when no one else will? How will she prove her innocence... and is she truly innocent? In fact, as many questions are answered there forms more. I found this actually fascinating and not frustrating. Perhaps the reason is because you know that this series keeps on getting better and there is going to be a next book. Oh yes there will be even if I have to possess the author to get it! ;) I give this book 4 1/2 stars.