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The Price of Love By Nikola T. James

The Price of Love
by Nikola T. James

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The powerful true story of a girl who survived horrific abuse at the hands of a cold-blooded monster and who found the strength to escape and turn her life around.
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The Price of Love Summary


The Price of Love by Nikola T. James

The Price of Love is the heart-rending story of a young girl who, against all the odds, survived terrifying abuse with her spirit intact. Nikola was sexually assaulted and raped as a girl, her disturbed behaviour and emotional cries for help ignored by the adults around her. Her self esteem at rock bottom, she fell prey to a frightening stranger, a man who would turn her life into a living nightmare. He was handsome and charming and she was too young to see the warning signs. She married him while in her teens. The abuse started on the first night of their honeymoon. Over the next few years she was kept a prisoner, sexually abused, subject to horrific beatings, tormented by her husband who insisted he was only doing this because he loved her. And again, those who should have helped her refused to believe that she was telling the truth.

When her husband told her, with a chilling lack of emotion, that he was going to kill her Nikola found the courage to run away and fight to be free of him. Eventually she turned her life around, and today works as a therapist helping others. Written without self-pity, this is a compelling and ultimately inspiring book.

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About Nikola T. James


Nikola T. James is a hypnotherapist and counsellor. She has organised and taught workshops on domestic violence, sexual abuse, anger management, and drug and alcohol abuse. She is the author of her memoir, The Price of Love.

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GOR000956761
The Price of Love by Nikola T. James
Nikola T. James
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Pan Macmillan
2007-02-02
224
028307048X
9780283070488
N/A
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