Description – Women always uncover the truth . . .
Three years and eleven months. That’s how long Lizzie Wells has been banged up inside Holloway prison, serving time for a crime she didn’t commit.
Six months. That’s how long it’s taken Lizzie to fall in love with her fellow inmate, Scar.
Now they are both finally free and, together, they are about to embark on a vengeful search to find those who framed Lizzie . . . and to make them pay.
Publication Date ~ April 22nd 2016
Published By ~ Avon
My thoughts – First of all I would like to say a huge thank you to the author for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. As always when I’m asked to read a book I feel a bit nervous, what if I don’t like it? how do I tell the author their book wasn’t for me? I really needn’t have worried where The Madam was concerned, from page one I was hooked and read it in a day.
As the description says Lizzie has been jailed for a crime she didn’t commit and we join Lizzie and her cell mate/lover Scar near the end of her sentence. I took to both characters well, Lizzie is feisty and a few times through the book I could have screamed at her to slow down but then it wouldn’t have been the same if she had. Scar was more of a head screwed on kind of girl and you tell she deeply cared for Lizzie and they both worked well together.
This was quite a fast paced book and the author has done a fab job of making it realistic. I couldn’t believe it when I came to the end as I was so taken in by the story. With twists and turns, this book is full of emotions too and I was on the edge of my seat at some points while reading. A totally gripping read with characters that you find you care about and really want justice to be done. I’ll be highly recommending this book. Brilliant.