Sometimes you fall so hard you can’t get back up. My closest companions now are shame and loss. But a sliver of hope lies in the only person I have left in this world – the one who’s growing inside me.
Survival becomes living again because of my child, and the town where I begin anew. That’s where I meet the man who starts to melt the ice inside my heart.
As we get closer, reminders of my past become sharper. Clearer. To confront the pain, I have to discover what’s deep down inside me. Is there enough left there to become whole again, or am I too wounded to heal?
This book contains strong subject matter which may be difficult for some readers. It is intended for ages 18 and up.
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This book was extremely good and captured my attention.
I have no idea why this book has so many good reviews. This is not the type of fiction book I want to read and I only read up to graduation and couldn’t read anymore. The girl was supposed to be smart but she didn’t go to the police on her father, who is also a policeman. Why? It couldn’t be shame because she had no problem saying she loved the child who would be biologically her sibling and her kid. This may have all worked out in the end but the author didn’t give me enough to make me want to continue reading. I didn’t see strength in the girl because she ran from her problem instead of standing to fight and this was definitely a situation where a strong person would stand and fight. Again, she may have at the end but the handling in the beginning turned me off of the book.