Carolina Summers Book Reviews had the following to say about A Woman's Touch:
The publisher describes A Woman’s Touch as “a riveting, emotional punch in the
gut.” I must concur. Tena Green’s psychological thriller is as demented as they
come. Don’t get me wrong, Green is a fantastic writer and she spins a tight
narrative. It’s just that the story has such a high degree of asperity that I often had
to put the book down on purpose, simply to allow myself processing time. Caveat
to the reader: A Woman’s Touch is not for the faint of heart. It is not a pretty
story. It’s intense and scary as hell. From what I can tell, that was the author’s
intent. I am certain that Tena Green wanted to make the reader more than a bit
uncomfortable. Although this is a work of fiction, it’s also social commentary.
A Woman’s Touch is about the life-long consequences of emotional, physical
and sexual abuse. It is about the creation of real, human monsters--monsters that
may be walking among us without us ever picking up on them.
Richard Krevitz grew up with a monster. Richard is a man carrying lots of
baggage. His scars are deep and painful. Nevertheless, he’s determined to make a
clean break from his abuse-filled childhood. Richard vows to never pass on the
sins perpetrated upon him and to establish a normal life.
What Richard doesn’t understand is that when it comes to relationships, like
attracts like and hidden pain attracts hidden pain. It is already too late when
Richard realizes that he has fallen in love with and married a psychopath. Richard’s
wife, Sheryl is the product of skin-crawling, domestic abuse. She’s a monster.
Richard soon discovers the terrible truth about Sheryl and the rest of the story is
about Richard’s struggle to escape from the wrath of his twisted, evil wife. To
make matters worse, Richard and Sheryl have a child, so the driving issue becomes
one of whether Richard will allow this evil to again be passed on.
When Richard decides to save his little girl all hell breaks loose and he is forced
to take extreme measures in order to liberate them from Sheryl’s tyranny. The
question that remains is whether the authorities that become embroiled in this case
can bring themselves to believe that a woman could be the monster.
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