Without a Flaw

by Michele Ashman Bell

4.00 · 8 ratings · Published: May 1st, 2002  | 

Without a Flaw by Michele Ashman Bell
Appearances can be deceiving On the surface, theirs is the perfect marriage. James Dalton is a handsome, successful attorney, while Isabelle is the beautiful, organized wife. Yet, she grows more fearful of her husband every day, and knows she must leave him. But how can she escape from the domineering, violent man who has systematically robbed her of her past, her identity, and her self worth?

While James is away on an unexpected business trip, Isabelle receives a letter from a long-lost relative, inviting her to come visit in England. An answer to her desperate prayers, Isabelle realizes that this is her chance to get away.

Leaving behind her home and all of her possessions, Isabelle commits one final act. From the banks of an icy river, she watches as her pearl-white Lexus sinks into the raging, dark water. The only way she can truly be free from James is if he thinks she's dead. But as she makes her new home in England, Isabelle lives in a lingering shadow of fear that James will always be after her, that he will never let her go.

Without a Flaw is the gripping story of one woman's courage to take back her life, to rediscover her faith in God, and to find peace, acceptance, and love.

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Without a Flaw by Michele Ashman Bell