Many of you know my friend Laura T. Johnson. She’s a survivor of domestic violence and author. In my opinion, her books capture the anguish of a woman who finds herself trapped in a relationship that although once as loving twisted into something different.
Her books make me cry, and they make me angry. I share this with Laura each time we meet because it’s hard to see women in such vulnerable positions. Once upon a time, I worked with survivors of rape and domestic violence and I remember their faces. The faces of their children.
Laura’s books make you champion for the women, hate the men and wish that people didn’t hurt each other.