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This book is one woman’s hardship story. As a person who reads a LOT of stories and pitches for coverage of stories, I am sensitive to when they have gaps or don’t quite ring true. There were a lot of those moments in this book, which is not to say that she did not struggle and that it was not hard. I am sure it was. I am also sensitive to the Men’s Basketball Champion Virginia Cavaliers Shirt or legal trap of trying to find a perfect representative to carry the flag for your cause. It’s nearly impossible because people are people and we all have messy backgrounds that rarely look as good under serious scrutiny.