A twelve-year-old girl struggles to understand her mother’s sudden and unexplained disappearance, only to have her heart broken when her mother returns as a cold, indifferent shell of the woman she once was. This begins a journey of grief, depression, abuse, and physical illness for the girl, who tells her life story through the narration of Crying on the Inside.
The young girl grows up to be a woman who is a victim of her own mind, believing she’s a Superwoman who can complete any task to perfection. But she becomes a target for a con artist who marries her only to use her. The psychological and verbal abuse soon become physical, and the Superwoman realizes that she never recognized the warning signs of an abusive partner.
White Wolf Woman wants her readers, particularly women, to be spared the pain of abuse by alerting them to the signs they need to heed to avoid the men who will prey on them. This riveting novel, the first of a trilogy, clearly illustrates how a high-achieving, successful woman can become the victim of the most heinous abuse, yet still rise above it.