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Reviewed by Alma Boucher for Readers' Favorite
In Walk Out The Door by Pearl Wolfe and Evelyn Anderton, Becca and Emily are on their way to Molly's to take her to Jill's Place. Her husband had assaulted her again, and she'd asked for help. It is a secure location and not many people know about it. On a cold and rainy day, Matt rushed into the Shady Grove Café to escape a downpour. Liz, the co-owner of the café, could not help but notice him. She wondered if he was hiding something when he did not answer her question about leaving law school. Emily is going to work at the Shady Grove Café where Matt Foley is a co-owner. Becca has to warn Emily about Matt, who is her sister Anne’s abusive ex-husband, but Liz falls in love with Matt and says yes when he asks her to marry him.
Walk out The Door by Pearl Wolfe and Evelyn Anderton has a very complicated plot and the beginning was nerve-wracking. I was on the edge of my seat, and the suspense was killing me. The story is fast-paced and full of action. I enjoyed turning the pages as fast as I could. I did not want to miss anything that was happening. A few characters with different backgrounds were introduced. They were excellently developed and so believable that they could easily be someone I know. They were introduced in such a way that it never felt as if there were too many to remember. Walk Out The Door deals with the very sensitive topic of domestic violence. Pearl Wolfe and Evelyn Anderton handled the topic excellently and did not shy away from writing the truth. The end has an interesting and unexpected twist.