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Good Girl Gone Bad With a childhood of bitter regret, Clarissa Carter didn’t stand much chance in the world. Looking back on her lifetime, she sees her only way forward as being independent and finding a life away from her hometown. Finding solace in an imaginary friend, as a child, Clarissa found that she could escape the difficulties of her reality by believing in a frie Good Girl Gone Bad With a childhood of bitter regret, Clarissa Carter didn’t stand much chance in the world. Looking back on her lifetime, she sees her only way forward as being independent and finding a life away from her hometown. Finding solace in an imaginary friend, as a child, Clarissa found that she could escape the difficulties of her reality by believing in a friend that accepted her without question. This friend was able to listen to her, while other children may have judged her. Not being able to confide in anyone, Clarissa became withdrawn and much to the worry of her parents. She would find a way forward in her life and if this meant seeking out independence in the local whorehouse, then she was prepared to do that. Returning home was not an option until her mother became ill... What she finds reveals her fears from the past. Good Girl Gone Bad - Part 2 Clarissa has to go home to help her father, as her mother is taken ill. Underestimating the gravity of the situation, Clarissa cannot help but see the weakness in her mother’s eyes, the weakness of Marietta makes it abundantly clear to her that her mother has a past that she regrets, although this is something her father will never know. There’s a sense of hope, a sense of longing and when Clarissa goes back to her life, will she ever be able to find what her mother found? The questions that she asks herself and the soul searching that she needs to do in order to move on tests her to the limits. Will she be able to move forward? Will she find a future that gives her a happy ever after? Eleanor knows too well what can happen and is concerned for Clarissa’s future.


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Good Girl Gone Bad With a childhood of bitter regret, Clarissa Carter didn’t stand much chance in the world. Looking back on her lifetime, she sees her only way forward as being independent and finding a life away from her hometown. Finding solace in an imaginary friend, as a child, Clarissa found that she could escape the difficulties of her reality by believing in a frie Good Girl Gone Bad With a childhood of bitter regret, Clarissa Carter didn’t stand much chance in the world. Looking back on her lifetime, she sees her only way forward as being independent and finding a life away from her hometown. Finding solace in an imaginary friend, as a child, Clarissa found that she could escape the difficulties of her reality by believing in a friend that accepted her without question. This friend was able to listen to her, while other children may have judged her. Not being able to confide in anyone, Clarissa became withdrawn and much to the worry of her parents. She would find a way forward in her life and if this meant seeking out independence in the local whorehouse, then she was prepared to do that. Returning home was not an option until her mother became ill... What she finds reveals her fears from the past. Good Girl Gone Bad - Part 2 Clarissa has to go home to help her father, as her mother is taken ill. Underestimating the gravity of the situation, Clarissa cannot help but see the weakness in her mother’s eyes, the weakness of Marietta makes it abundantly clear to her that her mother has a past that she regrets, although this is something her father will never know. There’s a sense of hope, a sense of longing and when Clarissa goes back to her life, will she ever be able to find what her mother found? The questions that she asks herself and the soul searching that she needs to do in order to move on tests her to the limits. Will she be able to move forward? Will she find a future that gives her a happy ever after? Eleanor knows too well what can happen and is concerned for Clarissa’s future.

28 review for Western: Good Girl Gone Bad (Westerns, Western Books, Western Fiction, Historical Fiction, Wild West, Historical Westerns)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne Santo

    Review for Good Girl Gone Bad The title is presumptuous my misleading; the main character did Nothing wrong.Rather she was a victim. I enjoyed reading the beginning of a story with possibilities, but the book stopped abruptly and leaves the reader wondering if that's really the end. It's like the author just got up and left.... Review for Good Girl Gone Bad The title is presumptuous my misleading; the main character did Nothing wrong.Rather she was a victim. I enjoyed reading the beginning of a story with possibilities, but the book stopped abruptly and leaves the reader wondering if that's really the end. It's like the author just got up and left....

  2. 4 out of 5

    Catspirit

    Short but not very sweet About a young girl sexually molested by a relative in the 1800's. Due to that fact she was mentally broken at the age of 8. When a family member died she left home and her parents that loved her deeply and joined a brothel. Short but not very sweet About a young girl sexually molested by a relative in the 1800's. Due to that fact she was mentally broken at the age of 8. When a family member died she left home and her parents that loved her deeply and joined a brothel.

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    Carol Tyree

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