“I love it! It’s easy to follow and i think it’s perfectly balanced in terms of descriptions and plot flow. Those might not be the correct terms to use but I’ll explain what I mean. I hate when authors are overly descriptive and spend too much time on small details. Stephen king does it. Now Stephen is one of my favorite authors but I never read his books because the only reason they are so long is because he painstakingly overly describes every single thing and it makes me lose focus. Like the first chapter of the dark tower series gunslinger is all about the sand and I’m like come on lol I hate that. This book definitely doesn’t do that. The author gets to the point while still painting a very clear and definite picture for the readers and I love that. The accounts of the trauma are laid out in such a way that you know what’s happening and are able to imagine it but you aren’t bombarded with intense graphic imagery, which I appreciate as a survivor myself. Would definitely recommend!” -Heather, Candy Apple Butterscotch
“This amazingly written gem takes you inside the author’s world and keeps you there, making you feel like a discreet “bug on the wall.” I could not put it down, and I may have skipped a few meals in the process, truth be told. I will buy any book by this author. She did an outstanding job of transcribing black and white to COLOR. I feel like I’ve known her all my life.
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It’s the way ALL books should be written. I’m sooooo proud of her…!!!” -skyjazz, Candy Apple Butterscotch
“I wish everyone would write a memoir. It would be so much easier to understand people. I haven’t been through anything as violent or traumatic, but I think this story is relatable in a lot of ways. It just makes me see a lot of things differently in every day life. It’s a big eye opener. I might read it again because idk what to do with myself now that it’s over!” -Dennis T., Candy Apple Butterscotch
“This is an impactful read if you have ever experienced any sort of abuse. If you ever been taken advantage of or question your self-worth because of how you’ve been treated by people for whom you cared, you should read this. I appreciate the author’s candor and willingness to write with such openness. She takes responsibility for herself as much as she describes the lasting effects of trauma. Thank you.” -Peggy Fleming, Candy Apple Butterscotch
“This book was gut wrenching and hard to read at times but relevant in the # Me too times we are living in. Anyone can be entangled in deceitful and narcissistic lives. Rooting for Becca to stand strong.” -Dee Smith, Candy Apple Butterscotch