Primal by Deborah Serra
Paperback: 222 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (August 10, 2012)
A family vacation to a Lake Superior fishing camp turns ugly when the camp is invaded by four heavily armed men running from the law. The Burne brothers do not realize that one of the campers, thirty-year-old Alison Kraft, was sick, and so, when they burst into the lodge and pulled all of the hostages together she was not among them.
Outside the lodge, in the darkness, Alison stands, paralyzed watching in the icy drench of the pounding rain. This gentle woman is left with only her wits, and the element of surprise, to battle for the life of her husband and her child. She is alone. She will win, or they will die.
What a great book! It’s scary, suspensfull and very thought provoking. It will keep you grab you and not let you go, even after you’ve read the last word.
This book is about something that every mother fears…her child in danger. It shows what lengths you would go to, to make sure your child is safe.
Much happens in this book and if you decide to read it, make sure you have first the time, and second won’t be interrupted. It’s hard to put down.