Raised to a life of crime, Sandy is a teenage prostitute, junkie, and con artist. She always joked that her Da taught her a trade, that it hadn't hurt her to be brought up like she was. But things keep getting more complicated, more dangerous, and Sandy doesn't want to admit even to herself that she longs for an honest, normal life. Even when she tries to change, things don't go smoothly. Sandy's past keeps interfering with her new relationships. In the end, if she and her family don't pull together, Sandy will not be able to escape yet another ghost of her past. Do they have what it takes for her to change her life completely? -I am very impressed with P.D. Workman's writing. Sandy is a druggie and a hooker, but you really like and pull for her. She is a character you can really get behind and cheer on Diversion is well-edited and an enjoyable read-fast-paced and intense, with a great climax and conclusion -I absolutely loved the flow of this book. It worked as a stand alone too, if you haven't read the series. The way that P.D. Workman writes just flows amazingly and allows the reader to get really invested in the book. -I can't tell you how much I enjoyed reading this book and am eagerly awaiting the next book in the series.