Annalise lives an ideal life as a wife and mother. Her husband is running for mayor of the small town they live in. She is very involved in her children's school and also in the community. All of that is turned upside down when her past resurfaces and puts the people she loves and the life they share in danger.
Annalise is actually in the witness protection program due to testifying against a murderer. Her problem is two-fold: she has never told her family about her past and the man she testified against has been released from prison. Along with these issues she is also dealing with a daughter she fears is going down the same path that she traveled.
You Don't Know Me is about secrets. Secrets that we keep to protect others. Secrets we keep to hide. Secrets that have the power to destroy the lives we lead. It is also about the power of truth. To unite. To heal. To set us free.
What I liked about this book is the journey that not only Annalise takes, but her family as well. The journey through her past to heal the present. Annalise is like so many of us hiding to protect ourselves when the truth is the only way to be truly set free.
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