This was probably the most frustrating one. I kept thinking she hit bottom, but alas she had some more bad choices to make. Being the freak animal lover I am, I found myself worried about Corky all the time. I hope book 6 tells us how long Corky lived and if he finished his life in a good home.
Being a user of heavy duty drugs such as heroin for more than twenty years is unusual. Our author finally breaks free of Johnny when he goes to prison, but she has taken over selling the drugs that Johnny used to do. She also takes on the role of caregiver for an elderly man who is prescribed WAY more narcotics and other medications than any one person could use. Most of these and his pension check he lets her have. So she is making a LOT of money. She switches from using heroin to using meth and crack. She continues to fly high most the time. She goes thru a few relationships and then loses her caregiver role to the old man, buys her own home, continues to love the pit bull she has and finally, it all catches up with her and she is arrested again. It looks like she will be spending significant time inside.
Ive been reading her story from book one and i can relate to alot of what she been through. I myself am an addict who is now clean since 2011. This book tells you how fast yoyr life can spiral out of control. But also makes me realize why i never want to go back to that type of life style. I cant wait for book 6
I am so hooked on this series. It took me 2 days to finish this one. I can't wait for book 6 to come out. I highly recommend reading the whole series. Susan Segovia-Munoz tells her story in such a way that you feel like you are there. Awesome author!!
This is an excellent series, and the author is so brave to reveal real life events for anyone to read. She knows her family now knows about the embarrassing, humiliating, own worst enemy lessons she put herself through, but want to express how proud everyone is of her today! We love you, and are so glad you are a true survivor. Keep writing, girl.