Malice was absolutely packed. Jumping from one extreme to the next it was hard to put down because it continually left you wondering what was going to happen next. Truthfully it felt like it could have been a series, but in the end I'm glad it wasn't. No cliff hangers at the end, however the author could continue to write about the characters if she wanted.
Emma Young finds herself in prison for a crime she didn't commit. A secret pen pal renews her hope until an unsuspected ally helps her escape. Can she clear her name and live a normal life? What is normal anyway?
After three years in prison, Emma has nearly given up. She’s been accused of a crime that she didn’t commit, but no one believes her. Her best friend was murdered, and Emma took the fall. But much to her surprise, she is granted a second chance to prove herself to the world. She sets out, determined to prove her innocence and catch her friend’s killer. Who was behind this setup? What forces were working against her? Unfortunately for Emma, nothing could prepare her for the events that are about to unfold.