'When You See Me' takes you on a harrowing ride and you can't let go.
There was much in the early part of the novel that was so specific and so familiar to me that I had to check the publication date and my book journal to make sure I hadn't read it. It think you can read this book as a stand alone but you'll regret not starting the series from the beginning.
I am not a "Rah, rah, you go girls" person, but this series is full of strong, intelligent women who forge their way after trauma and, as silly as it is, I'm really proud of one of the recurring characters. I won't tell you which in case you haven't finished the book.
It looks D.D. Warren has some changes coming to her life, too.