~ Coming Unglued: A Mother’s Journey into Hell is a story of hope and courage in the face of adversity. It reveals the good, the bad and the ugly parts of relationships. The characters are strong and lifelike; you might see your own reflection in parts of the story.~
Kelly had everything a young woman could hope for: an admirable boyfriend, a strong family unit and determination to succeed.
A few moments shattered everything. En route to a friend’s house, Kelly was raped. Weeks later, she is horrified when she learns the result of her pregnancy test. Debating the best course of action, she’s forced to face her greatest fear as she explores long held desires of her heart and soul.
When life seemed to have settled into a normal routine, a surprise encounter with her rapist changes her life forever. After apologizing, he strives to reconcile the past and win Kelly’s heart.
Tragedy strikes. Hearts are broken. Lives are shattered. In attempting to move forward, Kelly makes a decision which affects everyone who knows and loves her – a decision which begins her decent into a worse hell than she’d known.
Even though Kelly’s story is considered to be fiction, it’s inspired by true events. It’s a situation many women – who have lost all hope, faith and love – find themselves in all too often.
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