The Girl And The Boy Who Met Just Once

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One meeting between Victoria and Damian sets in motion a set of events that changes lives of many people.
They meet accidentally abroad. He helps her. She trusts his intentions are sincere. One night he drugs her and rapes her. She survives the trauma, but later almost loses her life due to pregnancy complications. The pain and the anger lead her to plan and execute a revenge on Damian More

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About A.E. Wilman

Anna Elisabeth Wilman is a writer based in Europe.
She has written since early childhood, first short stories and then short novels.
She is the author of “The Adventures of Socrates the Cat”, “The Girl And The Boy Who Met Just Once”, "Saveenal" and "Three Lives of Hannah" novels; and "The Pumpkin Who Dared To Dream", "Teddy The Squirrel Becomes a Pilot" and "Stumpy the Puppy and Patchy the Kitten Become Best Friends" children stories.
A.E. Wilman writes occasionally in leisure time. She also enjoys reading and good movies. But above of all she loves cooking and baking.

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Review by: oliviaRhi on Oct. 6, 2018 :
One of the books you won't be able to forget. The story is heart wrenching and although the subject is difficult you can't stop reading. Praise to the author for describing horrendous things in a such a beautiful and sensual way.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Review by: JennnyB on Sep. 24, 2017 :
This is important book in terms of the content and the message it represents. The way Victoria deals with rape and then depression is shown in the most realistic way I have read. Although I would have done things differently and I wouldn't have responded the way she did I understood and appreciated her.
(reviewed 37 days after purchase)
Review by: dannielle92 on Aug. 18, 2017 :
I thought this book would be about post-traumatic struggles, but I was wrong. It’s a book about karma. It shows how every action, intentional or unintentional, affects the future of everyone involved. I got surprised when I started it by this unusual combination of poetry and prose. But somehow it worked for me, although I’m not that much into poetry. I liked this book despite the fact it’s a sad story. Every time I thought things couldn’t get worse for this girl, they did. I was reading and thinking it’s unbelievable that two people who met by chance made an irreversible impact on their lives and then on their families. Also, as a parent, I can’t imagine losing a child in such circumstances and then find out why it happened from a journal. That part of the book somehow shook me to my core. You know that bad things happen, but you never think it could be your child. It’s a good read.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
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