"Secrets" Through Her Eyes

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Author House, Aug 26, 2010 - Fiction - 156 pages
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"Secrets" - Thru Her Eyes is about a frightened girl who searches for love and attention in all the wrong places and find herself in a pool of misery before her time. She experiences at an early age what most grown women don't experience until they are well into their mid-lives. As the girl grows up her experiences doesn't become any lesser for her time spent aging. The girl learns valuable lessons throughout her life but only takes one with her to her adulthood.

As a young girl she finds herself losing her way but eventually finds her way back on the right path. It takes many tribulations before she realizes only one thing can save her from a total road of destruction. Once she figured out what was in the mirror she might not be afraid anymore, or would learning the truth about someone so close to her make her run faster?

She only hopes to figure things out quickly since life was running out of options.

 

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What can I say....wow this book was amazing! It caught my attention the minute I opened to the first page. I really admire you for taking the time to write this down on paper, so many of us have a story to tell and simply can't face the reality let alone think about it and write it to share with the world. This was moving and I hope to see more writings from you! Good luck! 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
9
Section 4
15
Section 5
27
Section 6
31
Section 7
43
Section 8
47
Section 14
85
Section 15
89
Section 16
93
Section 17
99
Section 18
103
Section 19
105
Section 20
109
Section 21
117

Section 9
51
Section 10
59
Section 11
65
Section 12
73
Section 13
79
Section 22
123
Section 23
127
Section 24
133
Section 25
139
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Alonese Crets is a newly published author but she is not new to writing. She has been writing since she was very young in age. She can identify with many young girls and women who feel like their world is impossible, who have lost faith in God and the judicial system, who is in constant rivalry with her mother, or at times, herself, and one who is not sure of the void in her heart and where it stems from. Alonese understands the importance of having both parents in the lives of children but not being able to reap the rewards of it since she comes from a broken home.

Alonese is a prodigy of rising above the odds. She is a believer that if you continue to strive for greatness it will be handed to you when you least expect it. She feels that if she had not gone through the things she went through she would not be the woman she is today.

She has conquered and beat the odds through the grace and mercy of God with his allowance for her to do it all with humility and integrity.

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