Sleeping with the Enemy

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Arrow Books, Apr 1, 1991 - 332 pages
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'Sara slept with the enemy but survived. She was one of the lucky ones. Any woman contemplating leaving a violent relationship would do well to read this book' ERIN PIZZEY She is a stranger in a small town. She changed her name. Her looks. Her life. All to escape the most dangerous man she ever met. Her husband.

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sleeping with the enemy is a really good book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! its also a movie, it isnt scary ur head makes it sound more scary then what it really is it is a little over aged it is rated r

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Obviously very similar to the movie: wife escapes to hide from her abusive husband. Pretty good, but I didn't love the way it was written. Set in my college town of Cedar Falls, Iowa, though, which was really fun to read! Read full review


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