A Woman Resurrected

A Woman Resurrected

by CeCe Cervantes


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781495307096
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/02/2014
Pages: 162
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.35(d)

About the Author

CeCe Cervantes was born in Mexico. Her family moved to the United States in 1974 when she was three and she has lived in California for most of her life. CeCe became a proud U.S citizen as a teenager. She enjoys spending time with her family, supporting women and children's charities, and living in the moment.

"Today I am "A Woman Resurrected," fully recovered from my terrifying past. I have been able to move on and forgive all those people that hurt me. My past does not make me less of a woman; it makes me a better woman, a stronger woman. My 2006 escape and rescue was a rebirth for me. I was able to renew my life and reunite with my four beautiful daughters to look forward to better tomorrows."

I owe it all to the Lord, he has given me so much peace and love in my heart.

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Anne_Baxter_Campbell More than 1 year ago
This is not a book I would recommend to everyone. However, if you have toyed with the occult, you might want to buy A Woman Resurrected. For me, it was a deeply disturbing read. The brutal honesty in is something that would help one who thinks the occult is innocent fun--before they wind up where CeCe Cervantes did. Cecilia (or CeCe, as she prefers to be called) Cervantes was a child born into a very poor, very large family, one who for some reason was singled out from her siblings to be the family slave. From a very early age, she was forced to clean the house, scrub the laundry by hand, and pick up after the rest of the family. None of the other children were required to do so. If she protested, she was beaten. At age eighteen, CeCe became attracted to a young man who seduced her. When she became pregnant, he married her. However, he made it clear he didn't love her and soon began abusing her. Within a few years (and after having four young daughters), he told her to get out, and he wouldn't let her have the children. Soon after, she was drugged and became the prisoner of a vicious man who was involved in a cult called Santeria. For over four years, she was starved, beaten, and left to live in her own excrement as this man used her in his worship of Holy Death. CeCe's escape and recovery were nothing short of miraculous.