Lila was one of many women allegedly assaulted by Bradley Holiday. Five months after the fact, a counselor tells her the only way she’ll find closure is to confront him. She never expected to stumble into a friendship with the monster who raped her repeatedly.
But is he a monster? He can’t remember, thanks to a head injury. Lila’s the only living witness who can say for certain—the eleven girls before her weren’t so lucky.
An ambitious public defender manages to negotiate a re-trial, but Lila doesn’t believe a fresh courtroom drama will be enough to spare Bradley’s life this time, especially not when the death penalty is back on the table. Yet the more she learns about Bradley’s earlier years, the more determined she is to help. Even if means getting some convenient amnesia about the events of those three days she’d been his captive. He isn’t the same person—brain scans, neurologists, and psychologists confirmed it. He may never remember; they confirmed that, too.
How far do second chances really stretch? Can those types of memories stay buried for long?
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