Emma’s first childhood memory of being beaten by her father, Pepper, was when she was just five years-old. Resentful that he had to sacrifice his life
Emma’s first childhood memory of being beaten by her father, Pepper, was when she was just five years-old. Resentful that he had to sacrifice his life for a woman he barely knew and a child he never wanted, Pepper holds Emma responsible for his failure to achieve the life he once imagined for himself. As time passes, his intolerance of Emma grows and his physical and verbal abuse escalates beyond the imaginable.
Pepper’s coldblooded beatings develop in Emma an overwhelming sense of revenge that comes to lay the foundation of the person that Emma becomes. As Emma grows older and more resourceful, she reaches a breaking point with her father. No longer able to control the impulse to fight back, she finally takes matters into her own hands.
Having learned the art of hate from her father and the mastery of manipulation from her mother, Emma sets out to make a better life and leave the beaten child that she once was behind her. Emma’s strong will to survive and uncanny ability to even the score with people who do her wrong, catapult her to the brink of isolation and back.
Emma becomes a strong woman who endures the heartless brutality of the people that she meets. Her determination to have a normal life and her insurmountable courage to protect the people that she loves delivers her into dangerous situations where she is required to do whatever it takes to survive. At last, she is able to find happiness in small doses as her instincts take over and lead her to better things. Nevertheless, her most thrilling moments come only when she finds retribution.