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Friday, November 13, 2015
FOSTERED BY VANESSA MARIE
Here we go again.
A new set of foster parents to make my life a living hell.
What number is this? Oh, that’s right, fourteen.
This dump will be no different than any of the rest.
They don’t care about me. No one does.
I wonder what it’ll take to get me kicked out this time.
Only six months left until I age out of this godforsaken system…
Everyone wants to adopt little babies they can mold into replicas of themselves.
No one wants a seventeen-year-old black kid with a rap sheet.
I’m damaged goods.
An easy paycheck.
I know there’s an ulterior motive here.
There has to be.
There always is…
Dante has had a rough childhood growing up in the system.
He learns not to expect anything good from anybody.
Dante gets his chance at real happiness.
Will the system fail him again like it does so many children.
Abuse of children is real, it should not be taken lightly. The system is not perfect and needs changes to ensure that our children have everything they need without any fear. This is a very emotional story. There were funny moments that made it all worth it.
I received this book as an ARC for a honest review.
This book was read and reviewed by Stacy Aube for Cutting Muse Blog Review.
Always the cause of shenanigans, Vanessa is a heavily tattooed, sarcastic motorcycle enthusiast who started her career as a Jeep tech at the age of sixteen. The happily married mother of three little monsters—oops, children—lives in Kentucky by way of Las Vegas, Nevada. Once her life took a different direction—sidelined by Heart Disease at 26 and becoming a pacemaker recipient—she decided to write as a creative outlet, and Heartless was born. She realizes life can be dark clouds and acid rain at times, but her outlook on life puts a positive and sarcastic spin on it all.