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on Oct. 09, 2012 :
Miss Nobody by Nicole Dunlap
Shaw Family Saga Book 1
This story begins with Charlene Shaw. As a fifteen year old girl she leaves Bellwood, North Carolina to go to Hollywood. Things don’t quite go as planned on her first attempt. She gives birth to a daughter and then leaves her behind for others to raise so she can once again continue on the road to become somebody. Charlene walks through life feeling like a failure, unworthy to be loved, to afraid to trust, guilt for leaving her baby and other secrets from her past that continually haunt her.
Raven, Charlene’s daughter, is equally a part of the story. We see her life growing up in Bellwood with her grandparents and her best friend Jon. As the years go by we see Raven grow up and deal with rumors in her small town. Her grandparents have removed any part of her mother from their home and refuse to speak of her but as Raven gets older it becomes more important for her to find out why she was so unwanted.
This was such a good book. The characters are so realistic and easy to connect with, their life experiences took my emotions through the ringer. The reader has a clear picture at the end of this book on how Charlene is doing but there are unanswered questions as far Raven’s life, and the reader will have to wait for the next book to find those answers. Definitely a series I’ll look forward to, Kleenex in hand.
**Sensual situations and language
(review of free book)