Growing up between two brothers, and parents that never connected. Sarita Khalsa (Previously Saltmarsh) found herself always isolated and lost. She never knew the reason as a child, but always found that she never fitted in.
As she became a teenager she found that no matter where she went life just didn’t seem fair. And she felt like a bit of a ‘Cinderella syndrome’.
There was something just not right at home. So she would constantly spend hours in her school counsellor’s office instead of going to class, and by the age of 16, she had to run away from home as she had discovered that she was being mentally, emotionally, sexually and now physically abused.
Where her childhood at her parents’ house was the frying pan, Sarita then moved on, straight into the fire into a domestic violence relationship with her first husband.
In this book, the author talks about how her journey of almost 40 years of domestic violence. Even more so, like most of us, of times not even realizing that she was in a domestic violence cycle and then trying to get out of it.
By that time though she had no support, because it was too late, she was stuck in a loveless marriage with no family, no friends and no hope. But still Sarita managed. She had gone from the frying pan, straight into the fire but she didn’t burn. She came out stronger and she came out wild. And she came out a Queen!
Read this book to find out how you too can escape the cycle of domestic violence, even if you don’t know that you may be in one, or help someone you know to escape the cycle of domestic violence.