Tired of reading stacks of books on Attention Deficit Disorder that are dull and can put you right to sleep? This fictional, adult story will keep you wide awake, on edge, and revved up to read more from all the action taking place in this two-part novel. Marley Hutton's child-to-woman character carries the series of events exceptionally well as the story flows naturally between her adversities of Attention Deficit Disorder, rape, an abusive relationship, abortion, and suicide. Marley is not only a disgrace to her own family, but is considered a nuisance to teachers and co-workers, and is guilty of being a nonperformer compared to the general population. A sweet intervention turns Marley's mishap days into glory days. Comments are welcomed at DearMarley@msn.com.
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Many of these stories within this two-part novel did not originate in the author's imagination; rather they were created from chapters in her own life. Some are fortunate to leave Attention Deficit Disorder behind in their youth, but many aren't so lucky to ever outgrow it. Rebecca Lynne is one adult of many who feels jinxed with it. Marley Hutton's rape scenario is not a story that the author read in the newspaper or saw at the movies, but it is her actual case woven between the pages. Married to an abusive person who taught her lessons of discipline were often hard for her to sustain. Rebecca Lynne is a flight attendant for a major airline and has two daughters.
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Descripción AuthorHouse, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería INGM9781418439996