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    While the conduit of this book is a genuine love story, a more important tale lies within it.

    This is the real, unfiltered story of how I discovered the woman inside me who knows what she's truly worth; whose said worth doesn't come from her outward appearance, accomplishments, or other human beings.

    It's about finally learning how to love myself enough to renounce poisonous people, thoughts, habits, and situations. It's my journey of bringing to light the overlooked corner of my heart that life had sneakily shut down - the piece of me that desires to help others; that isn't afraid to put some of my most vulnerable (and sometimes ugly) thoughts out there in the hope that someone else might learn from my mistakes.

    It's about unearthing the version of me courageous enough to write and share this remarkably raw and heartfelt story.

    ©2016 Rebecca Rose Press (P)2018 Tantor

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    • Brandy Parrish
    • 28/02/2020

    Self-centered

    I did listen to this book in its entirety. I did that for the simple purpose of being able to write a full review. In the beginning, I tried to get past the grandiosity of the language. It felt a s though she sat with a thesaurus in order to describe every single detail. I rolled my eyes a lot at her self praise and ranting. I could relate to the story, which is why I continued reading. I also had high hopes that the "moral" of the story would be that she did learn some humility but even at the end, she was no where near humble.

    Listen at your own risk.