Damaged: Everyone is damaged but all are not broken

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iUniverse, Nov 26, 2003 - Fiction - 172 pages
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Damaged Everyone is damaged but all are not broken What if you were raped at sixteen by the preacher's son? Would you still go to church? What if your mother was a drug addict and you didn't know your father? Would you know how to love? What if your mother taught you to seek the rich and devour the weak? Would you be morally sound? Damaged reveals how one's past can direct their future. Three stunning black women seem to have it all, but each is damaged by something or someone from their past. Outer beauty is chipped away, inner beauty is hidden and only one will capture both. Jade Arlington grew up witnessing the unmovable faith her parents demonstrated. She was destined in her mind to remain pure until marriage. Her life spins out of control by none other than the preacher's son, Brian. Innocent time spent together leads to rape and the seed of pregnancy. Jade heads off to a university in Los Angeles, running from one God only to crash into two devils, Sasha Matthews a self proclaimed gold digger and Tamara Whitfield a punching bag for Todd, her on-and-off again boyfriend.

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