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Helen Bradley Hall born August 24, 1973 had a near death experience that began her career as an author. A divorced single mother of 3, in 1996, Helen spent countless days and nights in the library researching the publishing world. In 2003, Helen wrote and published her book and began Bradley's publishing company. Helen has written and published three books through her independent publishing house located in Garden City, MI. Helen has written and published books titled, The World of Poetry for Every Parents Bedroom, The Battle Within, and her third book Chocolate Mama, with many other titles to come. Helen has since remarried, and is now a mother of 4 with an Associates degree in criminal justice, and currently working on her Bachelor's degree in forensic science. Helen at this present time, is working on her fourth book, titled Baby Robber's based on a true Story.
Oh wow I don't know what to tell you! This book started slow for me and seemed to be a romantic story. Secrets were revealed and love still prevailed. The story went wrong years into the future. The transitioning of the story was not well executed and the the things Liza did were horrid and damn near unbelievable! I couldn't stop reading it because I was hoping things would change, but no such luck.
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This is the first time I've written a book review, usually I'm not compelled to but with this book I had to. Even though the writing and flow of the story was a little off, it started off as a really sweet story. Even when Liza's secret was revealed, it was nice to see the characters bounce back and prosper. But when the story leapt into the future, the train left the tracks!! The story took such a dark twisted turn for absolutely no reason. Unfortunately, like a train wreck, you can't turn away. So, with morbid curiousity and great pain I did finish it. Now I'm pissed I wasted the time. Even though I got this book for free, I feel like I should be given a refund!!!
I completely enjoyed reading this book as it shows achievement, honor, and trying to live a standard of life that other's accept. it also shows how betrayal, revenge, lust for power and control, hate, sexual depravity can ruin a family for generations, but it also shows hope at the end of the book which reminds me of a fairytail and i love this type of story for the hope that is presented. Check it out.