Jo Michaels Emancipation

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Tobias Butler has been sitting on death row since being sentenced for a gruesome murder in 2007. Bored out of his mind, he decided to apply to the online penpal program in 2012. It's a pleasant distraction--nothing more, nothing less--for three years, until he's contacted by a beautiful, smart young lawyer named Jess. She's convinced he's innocent and wants to see him freed. As they organize their attack on the judicial system, he wonders how she plans to get his conviction overturned--because he's guilty, and he knows it. Jess is desperate to release him--and he's desperate to feel his hands squeeze the life out of her once she does. *Bonus Read Inside! Get the entire first part of Dark Bishop, Pawn, by Casey Bond and Rachael Brownell! Recommended for 18+ only for strong language and sexual situations.

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    22. May 2016 um 02:06

    „Emancipation is a fast read. I was waiting for the twists that all the other reviewers spoke about.  There is only one twist at the end. But you can see that coming. But it is a relieve that this is going to happen. Tobias is one of the most despicable characters you ever read about.  The author did a very good job to get us into the head of that psycho. I saw that twist at the end coming.  But that was not a problem. I wanted this twist to happen.   I was waiting for something all the time I read. In the middle I was a little bit bored by this orison stuff. I did not find this very interesting. But after 50% of reading a could not put this book down. I wanted to know if I were right with my assumption.  I was. But it was even better. And I think the author did a very good job to get your sophisticated self rooting for seeing someone suffering. I liked this book. It was a quite unusual read.  It speaks to your own dark side.

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