Maybe Today: A Novel
Tate Publishing, 2012 - 348 pages
New to the school, Lauren Harrison encounters sexual harassment for the first time. Despite her pleas for help, she is left to deal with it alone. Now, two years later, she has been successful with some of her tormentors, but others have only grown more confident. More determined. As the bullying worsens, Lauren grows increasingly concerned about Kyle's intentions.
Will her teachers and fellow students finally notice, finally step in, or is it already too late?
'...I completely recommend this book to both professionals dealing with sexual harassment/abuse as well as those interested in being anti-abuse advocates...While no two situations are identical, I fully believe that the reader will learn a lot from reading this book and gain a better understanding of the consequences of being victimized in this manner. Ms. Trouten is to be commended for addressing this sensitive and troubling issue in a sensitive and enlightening manner...'
—Lisa Stuby, anti-abuse advocate, Pedophile Hunters Inc.
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