Inescapable by Mehl

Inescapable is about a girl named Lizzie who grew up Mennonite. She made a mistake as a young girl and fled to the city. Life in the city wasn’t easy for her and she had someone stalking her.

Inescapable
Road to Kingdom 1
by Nancy Mehl
Bethany House
July 2012

Circumstances got worse, so she decided to go back to her home town. The town she grew up in and her father shunned her for her mistake, but she is desperate enough to flee to safety. She encounters many changes in her home town, but one thing did not change and that was her father. She settles in to a new life, just begins to trust some people and feels safe until the stalker shows up again. She has to decide who to trust and what to do now. Does she face her troubles or does she run again?
I am not a huge fan of mysteries, but I thought I would try something new. This book was hard to get into and took me most of the book to get interested. I really only finished it because I thought I knew “who did it” and I wanted to see if I was right.


Becky Freyenhagen is a wife and homeschooling mother of three. She also reviews at Booya! Books.

This book was provided by the publisher as a review copy.