LITTLE BLACK SHEEP By: Ashley Cleveland

                                                                                         10/24/2013 review

 
                                                               LITTLE BLACK SHEEP
                                                                                By
                                                                     Ashley Cleveland
 
This woman is amazing — to go through everything she did and back and forth between parents that hardly paid attention to her, they never really knew what she was doing most of the time. They never knew what they were doing to her or did they?
 
she was so young — so vulnerable at such a young age she had to go through so much. Looking for love from her parents from friends anything or anyone. She wanted someone that really cared. Her parents cared but in the wrong way. She begin to gain weight –she did drugs, drank—her Father was—Poor girl as she stood at the Cherokee Country Club she thought of LSD sad–for a child to go through that.
 
All she knew longing and loneliness— even thou she had a Mother, step Father, father and step——- she still had no one really.
 
Maybe she just need to be broken in order for the Lord to be able to use her the way he planned to all along.
 
If you truly love a great (no perfect ending but a better one) then this is a must have.
That said it is a great book and a good read sad in parts and you get angry in other parts but there are some happy parts too. I recommend this book.
 
HAPPY READING !!!!!!!
I received this book free from David C. cook for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are entirely my own.
 
5 star
ISBN no 978-1-434-0529-7
 
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