Left (Still Standing, #1)

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Your own two feet are all you have when you've been left.

Baylee may have spent years resenting Ariana, her mother, and her suicide, an intolerable show of weakness in Baylee's opinion, but after Colt leaves her just short of the altar, Baylee sees the world through her mother's eyes. She sympathizes with Ariana's actions and realizes that some things—soul-deep aches—can irreparably damage you. More

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Words: 88,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301203994
About T. R. Graves

T. R. Graves, the author of The Warrior Series and The Secrets Series, is a 2012 NaNoWriMo Winner. She lives along the Texas coast with her husband. Together, they raise T. R.'s beta reading daughter and their football-loving son. Besides being blessed with a supportive family, she counts her career as a registered nurse in not-for-profit hospitals high on her list of fulfilling accomplishments.

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Review by: Julianna (Bella) Doerres on Sep. 01, 2013 :
Left
By T. R. Graves

Left begins with a suicide that shows us the reality of how loss and emotion can destroy a life if no one is there to help. Graves then moves us into a world where domestic violence is real and shows us through her characters what it is like to deal with a difficult situation and how the main character Baylee learns that what is wrong with her world is classified as domestic violence. It is something that moves into Baylee’s life slowly and when she realizes what is going on it almost destroys her. Graves sends a strong message in the pages of this book she quotes it in the beginning “Your own two feet are all you have when you’ve been …left.” (T. R. Graves) Strength has to come from within, but sometimes to find it you have to meet others that have survived it. Left will hold your attention and will open your eyes as well. This story will provide you a read you will not soon forget.
Bella Doerres M. Ed. September 1, 2013
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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