After a childhood plagued with physical and emotional violence and a fourteen-year estrangement from her entire family, Nancy Richards discovers herself at a crossroads. The mother she had both loved and feared as a child reached her by telephone to offer an apology for her abuse and to express a desire for reconciliation.
As she looks into the rearview mirror of her life and at the horrors inflicted by her mother, Nancy must decide whether to risk the safety of her present life or remain an orphan of circumstances. Is there really any reason to go back for more?
Richards takes the reader on an emotional and inspirational journey offering hope that healing from violence in families may be possible.
This is Book 2 of a two-book series and also works well as a stand-alone book
Richards is an adult survivor of childhood abuse, the lucky mother of two engaging adult daughters, and the grandmother of one energetic grandson. She is a retired businesswoman and former co-owner of a large wholesale food processing company in Seattle. Along with her husband, Richards makes her home in the greater Seattle area at the foot of the Pacific Northwest’s great outdoors.