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Wounded author Ben Burgess Jr. free read ☆ 106 à Samantha Miller didn't have an easy start Molested as a child and subseuently forced into prostitution by her drug addicted mother Samantha learned at an early age that men were not to be trusted Being constantly preyed upon taught her to be a predator Her target was women specificallSamantha Miller didn't have an easy start Molested as a child and subseuently forced into prostitution by her drug addicted mother Samantha learned at an early age that men were not to be trusted Being constantly preyed upon taught her to be a predator Her targ. Emotional readThis was a very emotional read for me It had me crying before I could get to the end of it The title says it all Sam had a very traumatizing life growing up and it spilled over into adulthood So naturally she had trust issues The saying goes that time heals all wounds but that is not necessarily true in her case This book will take you through all of her hurt and pain and you might just be like me and shed a few tears I highly recommend this book VIP book reviewer

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On as the new bartender she becomes Samantha's newest target The last thing Samantha anticipated was falling in love When tragedy strikes what was once a challenge may prove to be her downfall Can Samantha heal from her abusive past or will she always be Wounde. Ben Burgess Jr is back with his sopho literary effort Wounded Readers will meet Samantha Miller a females with a lot of issues and many unresolved that has her living a lifestyle many would never consider Samantha learned at an early age to use what you got to get what you want and with that mentality she is unstoppable in a sense You will read the pages eagerly anticipating what was going to happen next The story was a true emotional roller coaster due to the subject matters There was violence suspense and taboo topics were definitely examined and brought to the forefrontI truly enjoyed Wounded The story line was great and just enough suspense to keep me engrossed Definitely a emotionally accurate story about life and the conseuences that occur from the decisions we make Ben Burgess Jr definitely was writing outside the box with this story and I without a doubt look forward to the author’s future work Job well done Mr BurgessReviewed By Kisha Green for Literary JewelsReview Copy Supplied By AuthorFormat Paperback

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Wounded author Ben Burgess JEt was women specifically straight or married women As the headliner at a local strip club Samantha capitalized on the gifts she was cursed with In turn her life uickly spiraled down a dangerous path of violence seduction and exploitation When Sasha is brought. Hurt People Hurt People Started “Wounded” and immediately had an ‘Oh Lawd here we go again’ moment Readers know that moment; that déjà vu feeling when you’re reading the same thing over again Same storyline Same characters In this case it’s the same storyline of a woman rapedmolested in her childhood who grows up to be a man hating lesbian or a stripper Readers get two for one with this book Same character a green eyed vixen with a flawless body sigh Although like so many books today Ben Burgess does set himself apart with his tale Going beyond the basic premise “Wounded” is the journey of one woman who true to the title is wounded As the saying goes “Hurt people hurt people” And that’s just what Samantha does until she realizes she is actually hurting herself with her actions and behaviors It takes a lot for her to get to the realization but readers ride shot gun on that journey The writing takes us into the heart and mind of Samantha I applaud Burgess for being able to so effectively write from the point of view of a woman The interaction between the main character and others easily holds readers’ attention The end resolved too simply too neatly There are uirks in the editing I urge the author find an editor who has a good understanding of punctuation in connection with uotation marks Reviewed by Toni35 stars