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Sherry Bach / Press

"Your perception of human behavior is simply astonishing! Each new chapter captivates my spirit. Ah, the kiss. The physical act where body and mind merge to experience the joint soul. And the struggle, the yearning for perfection, that is the essence of love. Passion, where yin and yang meet, merge, and melt... into one." Jay D'Alba

“Alexis wondered why for years until she realized that she had survived when she could have wound up dead and that God wanted her to try to help other women avoid, or get out of, relationships with men who are abusive, verbally, physically and/or emotionally; the statistics are staggering as to how many of these relationships exist. After five years of research, I wrote Alexis' story and I am amazed at how many people have contacted me over the years because of this story to say they are in, or know someone who is in, the same situation. Most recently I was contacted by someone from Nashville whose sister-in-law was murdered by an abusive man. This book is controversial because it advocates women leaving/divorcing men who are abusive which goes against some beliefs. There are churches who preach women must stay with their husbands regardless of their behavior because God hates divorce…I disagree with that. This book is not a book to read if you are having minor marital problems”