A Princess Broken

A Princess Broken

by Misty Gatlin


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Sarah defines herself as many things: broken, damaged, addicted, and hopeless. Hurt at an early age by someone dear to her, she retaliates by living a life filled with destruction. Her past has finally caught up with her, and she's ready to call it quits. Her story unfolds when she meets a compassionate stranger who helps her realize past decisions don't define who she is, and what she thought was the end of her story is only the beginning. A life-changing decision is placed in front of her, and she's forced to face it head on. What will she choose, and where will that path lead her?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781470053505
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/27/2012
Pages: 214
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

Misty Gatlin Fitch is a writer and keynote speaker at events for various churches and organizations.

She has worked with teen and college aged girls since 2000. Her passion is to teach young ladies to have confidence in their own identity in Christ.

You can learn more about Misty, her books, her speaking, and read her blog at FearfullyMadeMinistries.com

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A Princess Broken 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Icecream18JA More than 1 year ago
This book is hard to review without giving away spoilers. Sarah, the main character, has been dealt a hard lot in life. She doesn't respond well, but who would? Sarah continues making more than her fair share of bad decisions, can she even be redeemed? A kind stranger bothers to stop and listen to Sarah's story, providing warmth and friendship besides. Sometimes it just takes the kind words and actions from a friend to make a world of difference. As Sarah begins her story, the reader delves into her emotions as well as her life. The plot is emotionally driven. Readers will likely feel very badly for Sarah, she is a sympathetic character. Though she could come across as a "bad kid," Sarah has redeeming qualities such as perseverance and resilience as well. Having the story told directly through her eyes adds a lot to the overall plot and the impact the story will have on the reader. Overall, this book is recommended to young adult/adult readers.