Katheryne Brown from CLUE.
"Brilliant book. Shocked and worries me. Got two daughters and I ammaking sure they read this. That such a thing can happen sickens me to thebone. My thoughts are with the writer."
"I can't imagine the terror of living this. I wish scenarios like thiswere fiction, alas too often evil prevails in our world."
One very brave woman...
This is a very complex, compelling and intriguingread. Sharron has had an extraordinarily life changing series of events happento her. Any woman, single or not must read this to be aware of just what couldhappen - anytime and anyplace.
Crazy to think that someone can be hypnotized so easily when spiked and made todo whatever people said at the mention of one word. I'm already paranoid aboutdrink spiking and am very careful, but the people that did this were posing asfriends which is even more scary! Hope Sharron is rebuilding her life and thatthese people don't continue to do this to innocent people
From the Author
For a long time, afraid of the consequences, I held back the book, until mysense of justice outweighed my fear. I wouldn't sit back and let them get awaywith it, to do it again and again.
Perhaps, some brave or curious journalist might just follow up my story.
Perhaps another survivor might find the courage to come forward and support mystory.
The day I published Spiked, the enormous sense of relief I felt, made me awareof the extent of fear I had till then lived in.
They can do what they want to me now.
My story is out there.
I had exposed myself to the cruel outside world for which no armour could protectme.
Was I strong enough to deal with the unavoidable criticism I would inevitable haveto face.
Whenever a new review was added, I'd brace myself before scrolling down to readit, preparing myself for the worse.
Tears of relief and joy when I read the compassionatereviews and saw that even though what happened to me sounds so far-fetched, thereaders didn't doubt that I had gone through this nightmare. Perhaps aware ofthe fact, that nobody could make up something like this, and if so, wouldpublish it on the more lucrative fiction genre.
I have had a fair share of readers that find my story unbelievable.
I don't condemn them. I too probably would have done, before I was targeted andmy drink was spiked.
I was not meant to live to tell the story, but I did. I believe for a reason,to do my best to expose the crooks.