Book Review: On The Inside

Author: Kim Cano
Book Title: On The Inside (eBook)
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Published: December 9, 2013
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services
Pages: 249

Book Summary:

When Kristen is sentenced to seventeen years for committing a white collar crime, she’s forced to leave her husband and two sons behind.

Life in prison is a shock. She discovers that people aren’t always what they seem, love wears many faces, and friendship can make life worth living.

But as she struggles to survive on the inside, Kristen must face something even more frightening than her fellow inmates. . . herself.

My Review:

The female characters in this book are varied. There are the women who work at the prison along with several of the prisoners themselves.

The premise of this book is what is going on in these women’s lives as the years go by. Women come and go and new friendships are forged.

The author manages to do a great job with the transitioning of characters. The voices were genuine and unique.

About The Author:

Kim Cano is the author of four women’s fiction novels: A Widow Redefined, On The Inside, Eighty and Out, and His Secret Life. Kim has also written a short story collection called For Animal Lovers. 10% of the sale price of that book is donated to the ASPCA® to help homeless pets.

Kim wrote a contemporary romance called My Dream Man under the pen name Marie Solka.

Kim lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband and cat.

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