In 'Confiding In Her Enemy,' a young girl is brutally raped. Alone and afraid, she is unsure who to turn to and lets her secret grow. In her distressed state memories from her brutal childhood come... More > back to haunt her, and she struggles to cope with focusing on the present rather than the past.
She soon realises she cannot hide the secret, and she begins to learn the value of true friendship and love.
Her story affects many other people in the society and causes many problems unbeknown to her. People confide in whom they believe to be friends, but some realise only too late that when people have to face their own safety, friends can fast become enemies.
The truth is sought for by many, and differences of opinions cause rifts and damages the fast diminishing truth. People are blind to the danger, and search deeper into the labyrinths of rape, murder and lies.
This is a story of intrigue and deception; traitors use close friends whilst they search for the truth.< Less