The author and Goddess Fish Blog allowed me to read an ebook of this story. It's available on Amazon now.
I found the story line intriguing. If you've been in a facility for nine years and went in at a young age, how do you get out and meld into the real world? Especially if you have no relatives to guide you?
The author does a good job of expressing Caroline's fears. She's afraid to displease anyone. When someone at work starts sexually harrassing her with comments, she tries to ignore him. When he loses his job, he comes after her. She's very surprised when someone else defends her and knows her name; she doesn't know him. She really does, but she doesn't remember him then.
Caroline walks a tightrope. Fitting in, doing a good job, meeting a new guy she likes a lot are all a bit stressful for her. She also has to be on guard because there is a serial killer in the area and he's killing women who have her same hair and eye color.
The author offers you a good look at how the mind works and makes her killer especially creepy. The story is fast paced, you empathize with Caroline early in the story because her parents didn't treat her well, and you feel like the killer is stalking you. I think you'll remember this one after you've read it.
Those earrings are pretty cool, aren't they?