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I m sure it was not easy to write Savage Cinderella We experience the story from the perspective of a young woman who was kidnapped when she was 8, held captive till she was 10 and after that survived alone in the woods for 8 years In the beginning I was surprised who civilized Brinn was Where had she learned adult vocabulary Who had she spoken to To my delight, Sharon managed to explain everything nicely Yes, Brinn makes sense the way she turned out to be I was only a bit taken aback b I m sure it was not easy to write Savage Cinderella We experience the story from the perspective of a young woman who was kidnapped when she was 8, held captive till she was 10 and after that survived alone in the woods for 8 years In the beginning I was surprised who civilized Brinn was Where had she learned adult vocabulary Who had she spoken to To my delight, Sharon managed to explain everything nicely Yes, Brinn makes sense the way she turned out to be I was only a bit taken aback by the fact that she turned from being disgusted by physical relationships makes sense since she was abused when little into I want him he s so hot in not that much time I don t know if that s realistic but well, that s freedom of artistic expression I guess I found Savage Cinderella slow in the beginning We get to know Brinn, Justin is introduced and the two of them get to know each other I kept thinking that was it a love story But no, Savage Cinderella turns into quite some thriller later on and was almost impossible to put down Haunting and very exciting another strong novel by Sharon though the feeling was not as real as with for example On Thin Ice This book got off to an excellent start Initially I was just looking at it to categorise it on my Kindle I store my books by genre , and I started reading and couldn t stop At least until the point where Justin left her, and she went down to see Abby and wound up in the pub After that, it lost a little of its charm to me The wild woman in the woods idea was great and I can t deny that she would have had to leave at some point, but she just didn t seem feral enough to me, once she was o This book got off to an excellent start Initially I was just looking at it to categorise it on my Kindle I store my books by genre , and I started reading and couldn t stop At least until the point where Justin left her, and she went down to see Abby and wound up in the pub After that, it lost a little of its charm to me The wild woman in the woods idea was great and I can t deny that she would have had to leave at some point, but she just didn t seem feral enough to me, once she was out in the real world She talked like a normal teenager,or less acted like a normal teenager and well everything in the plot just seemed to slot too well together They identified her abuser They tracked him down They caught him He escaped And the final dramatic conclusion was a little too horror movie in some regards for me the killer that just would not die I m not sure precisely how it could have been better, just that it could have All up, not a bad read, just not a great one either.On the plus side very good editting in terms of grammar and spelling mistakes I cannot recall finding anything aside from a misplaced comma or two although the formatting was off sometimes when they engaged in conversation, indenting it all Odd that This book is my first from P.J Sharon, boy it will not be the last one The story is one full of hard reality, abuse, kidnap The kind of story that you want to hold your kids and believe that just happen in books But that isn t the only thing, it s a story of survival, of outliving so much suffering The heroine is strong The Hero isn t the hero, and Justin is there for support, he let her fight and by fight coming back healthy Justin His name had a nice sound to it Just him, She is the This book is my first from P.J Sharon, boy it will not be the last one The story is one full of hard reality, abuse, kidnap The kind of story that you want to hold your kids and believe that just happen in books But that isn t the only thing, it s a story of survival, of outliving so much suffering The heroine is strong The Hero isn t the hero, and Justin is there for support, he let her fight and by fight coming back healthy Justin His name had a nice sound to it Just him, She is the one fighting for survival, to let go the imprison even after she was free Beautiful story There have been travesties plaguing our society for centuries, butrecently gross atrocities against children have caught insatiable attention in the media Stories of murdered or missing children have run ramped for everyone to view live on the news So when I began to read Savage Cinderella, from the name alone I was hesitant thinking it would be some dark fairy tale, but as I began to read I was intrigued.The beginning of the story unfolds as a man named Roy takes a girls body out of th There have been travesties plaguing our society for centuries, butrecently gross atrocities against children have caught insatiable attention in the media Stories of murdered or missing children have run ramped for everyone to view live on the news So when I began to read Savage Cinderella, from the name alone I was hesitant thinking it would be some dark fairy tale, but as I began to read I was intrigued.The beginning of the story unfolds as a man named Roy takes a girls body out of the trunk leaving her for dead in the mountains The way the author writes the dominance in his character is the epitome of what readers would associate with a killer and pedophile In addition, Roy s character speaks about promises he makes that he does not retract ever That common thread is embedded throughout the story And in the final pages it resonates in the readers mind to an almost deadly end.The reader builds an emotional bond with the victim through her plight and when she yields noto her fears, the reader becomes empowered alongside her As the story progresses, Brinn survives the mountains and without giving up too much of the story undergoes a wonderful, yet difficult transformation when a journalist, her love interest, discovers her in the wilderness.The author, PJ Sharon, strings words together in poetic perfection Her use of figurative language draws in the reader and allows for a grand appreciation of the scenery she depicts One of my favorite excerpts Kicking along the pathway, she took a moment to stop and take in the view along the crest It was a lovely day, the sun spilling across the valley, the trees like a sea of green set beneath a cloudless blue sky She drew in the crisp morning air She never tired of the breathtaking beauty of the mountains with their tangle of deep blue ridges that spread like tree roots into the mist The perfect view could only be improved if she had someone to share it with, she considered, not for the first time She pushed the thought away In this paragraph from Savage Cinderella any reader can see the harmonic wordology of this author The characterization is also right on with an impressive insight to the nativity and vulnerability the victim Brinn possesses Further, the hideous description of the villain, Roy, brings strong emotions of hatred and disgust rightfully so as we root for the protagonist in this story.The title, Savage Cinderella correlates with the theme accurately and Cinderella represents a simple, virtuous and innocent symbol as the word savage is appropriate for the environment Brinn was thrust into after being disregarded like trash If anything could be juxtaposed to symbolize beauty in the rough it would be the main character and the title To me, the story brought the weight of the evils upon children to light, with a passionate story that saddened me, but also evoked an array of feelings within me I know that is what writers want readers to do FEEL I believe this to be true with this author.Savage Cinderella was presented to me as written for young adults Some mature issues regarding sex and sex acts were addressed although none were actually depicted in the book In my opinion it is appropriate for older middle school and high school teens All the issues relating to sex are tastefully explained as it coincides with issues pertaining to the material and main ideas in the story.As a parent I would read it before I allowed my middle school teen to read it, but I would feelthan comfortable with it being read by a high school student However, this is a personal choice any parent can assess I can say with any clarity is that in comparison with some of the TV shows today advertised to teens, this is muchresponsibly suited for them As a parent I would read and discuss the content matter with my teenager It presents many valuable lessons as well as an appreciation for learning, a trusting friendship, and the importance of family.Paula Sharon is an author to watch M.Espinola [ Free Pdf ] ♠ Savage Cinderella ♨ Eighteen year old Brinn Hathaway has survived alone in an abandoned cabin in the High Country of North Georgia since she was a child If her life is lonely and less than complete, at least she is safe from the man who kidnapped her, held her captive, and left her for dead in a shallow grave in the mountains With the help of some unlikely friends, she has what she needs to survive, but is surviving enough Life takes a turn when a young nature photographer, Justin Spencer in pursuit of the fabled Wild Child captures her on film While chasing the story of a lifetime, Justin is injured and Brinn comes to his rescue The two build a tentative friendship, but he must decide if proving himself is worth betraying the trust of the girl he has vowed to help Trust is a commodity that Brinn has been unable to afford Can the kindness and gentle touch of a stranger break through the wall she has built around her heart After half a lifetime of living in isolation and fear, Brinn must decide if leaving the safety of her remote cabin is worth the hope and danger that may await her I loved this book When I was looking for a new book to read I almost overlooked it because of the cover, I am very visual and this looked too dark for my liking But it was not one that I wanted to put down, in fact I recommended it to my co worker by chapter 4. Engaging, mesmerizing read that would be hard to stick into one particular genre Addresses a heavy topic in a refreshing way with unpredictable plot turns It s a captivating book, so don t begin reading until you know you ve got time to give to it you won t want to put this one down It is well worth the time and money PJ Sharon is that most elusive of creatures an amazing storyteller She uses words to paint pictures of people and places that captivate the reader, drawing them into complex storylines that hold you enthralled until the very end. I randomly found this book onand was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the writing The characters were well done and the storyline was very gripping I would definitely read other titles by this author. 4.5 5.0In reading the story of Brinn, attention is drawn to the horrific subject of child abuse in a most effective, yet harrowing way.Read full review in the 2012 July August issue of InD tale Magazine 4.5 5.0In reading the story of Brinn, attention is drawn to the horrific subject of child abuse in a most effective, yet harrowing way.Read full review in the 2012 July August issue of InD tale Magazine