In this, the first book in the Little Girl Lost Trilogy, the reader is taken into the psyche of Sally McFee, whose world is populated by pimps, prostitutes, strippers, a Mafioso and a cold-blooded killer. Sally struggles to balance the indelible imprints of these realities while becoming a passionate wife and a fiercely devoted mother. Like a Phoenix, she faces one merciless reality after another in an attempt to progress beyond her past into a more self-confident, self-accepting, self-actualized woman. The book is narrated in third person present tense, which draws the reader into the immediacy of this modern-day Greek tragedy. Told in a direct manner with unrelenting language, it is adult fiction punctuated with raw energy, gutwrenching emotion and graphically blunt dialogue.