Only for our A Contagious Smile Family are we offering, Victoria's book, WHO KICKED FIRST personally dedicated to you. Here is a short description of her chilling memoir.Little did I know that in the upcoming year, my life-long dreams would become a reality, namely that I would become a mother to a miraculous little girl. Nevertheless, both my daughter and I would fight the battle of our lives, a true test of love and survival. This would all be at the hand of an alcoholic psychopath who took both me and my unborn daughter to death’s door on more than one occasion. Everything I am would be stolen from me, my self-esteem, my pride, my body and very nearly my ability to even live and breathe. All would soon be in mortal danger, all because of a man. The real question is who kicked first?A few reviews from Amazon5 Stars Eye-opening and Inspiring
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2018:
This book truly opens your eyes to the horrors of domestic violence. It is beautifully written and takes hold of the reader page after page. It is a story of tragedy, love, strength, hope, and faith. This memoir is a must read, especially for those who are in need of inspiration, courage, and strength to stand up for themselves. It is a miraculous journey this author and her daughter have been on and writing this book I'm sure was not an easy undertaking. Read this book and have your heart and perspective on life changed for the better.5 Stars Astonishing Strength and Love
Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2017:
This author is a personal friend and I've witnessed her pain firsthand. Her ability to put it down on paper and make you feel every emotion she's and her child are experiencing is astonishing. The strength of their bond is immeasurable as the author will go to any length to keep her baby safe. The recapturing of their lives in print will have you hooked by page one.5 Stars MUST READ
Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2020:
This story was so honest and painful, I could feel her through the pages. Her need to protect her child was more important than her own life. I am thankful she shared her story but heartbroken it’s a true one.