Book Review: Little Girl Mended

  
Little Girl Mended

by Niki Krauss

Booktrope

Vox Dei
Christian, Biographies & Memoirs

Pub Date 05 Jan 2016

I was given a copy of Little Girl Mended through the publisher and their partnership with netgalley in exchange for my honest review which is as follows:

This is a story of abuse but it is also the story of abuse and survival.

Nikki and her sister were molested by their Father growing up.  For years the molestation was not spoken of, kept secret but in order to be healed and to Forgive Nikki soon had to face the reality of what had happened to her.

At fifteen overwhelmed by what her Father was trying to do to her Nikki tried to commit suicide.  

After her sister Meg marries when Nikki is in her early teens, her sisters husband Mike begins molesting her as well.  This book goes on to talk about how the abuse changed the landscape of her family but also how in time she was able to work on Forgiveness.

This book would work well for either individual use or use in a church group about overcoming childhood sexual abuse.

I give this book five out of five stars

Happy Reading…

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