|About the Book|
Why would a bright, beautiful, young black girl become filled with massive anger, hatred, and bitterness? When you follow Sarah Dixons life, from her sharecropping, small-town Texas days to a Dallas project and a major metropolis, you will unlock the key to her rage. Abuse, rape, and incest claw at Sarahs physical exterior, so she vows to escape the ruthless injustice of her earlier years at any cost. However, Sarah never dreamed that her quest for freedom and fulfillment would lead her to such dark and deadly places. Will she finally escape her tortured past, or be destroyed by it? Will her desperation and determination lead her to her ultimate triumph ... or to her eventual downfall? Author Wilma Blair-Reed is inspired to write by everyone she meets. She is a retired social worker who now enjoys working as a full-time writer. Blair-Reed is currently working on two new novels, The Odd Quad, about four unlikely friends, and A Portrait of a Sista Gone Mad, about a fragile young girl almost driven to the brink of insanity by life. Blair-Reed grew up in Niles, Michigan, and now lives in Moreno Valley, California.