I was a good girl who was just 'helping Daddy' in the hell that I called home.
Scarlett is just 8 years old when the horrific abuse at the hands of her father begins.
It creates a world of shocking normality, one that she can only escape in her mind.
Little Scarlett dreams of a time when she can be free . . . and then she meets Ed.
Groomed and trafficked by her boyfriend, Scarlett realises she has been primed for abuse ever since she was a child.
This is her harrowing story.
Publisher: Mirror Books
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 206 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 20 mm
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“Harrowing and honest”
This is a haunting memoir told with unerring honesty and candour. What Scarlett has endured, at the hands of her father, her boyfriend, her community, extended family and then the family courts and judicial system is... More
I finished this book In a day as i couldn't start it and put it down as a needed to know what happened to Scarlett. This is a harrowing read but it is so important to get this message out there about abuse... More
“Harrowing but compelling read”
Oh my! I have just finished this harrowing story of scarlett and the horrific abuse both mentally and sexually she suffered at the hands of her father and then her so called boyfriend.. It's is a true account by... More
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