Woman At The Top Of The Stairs By: Deidra D. S. Green
"Domestic violence is an unfortunate part of many relationships today. Every year more than 1.5 million women are made victims of this relational epidemic. Has domestic violence become so commonplace that it is no longer considered a problem? Have we grown so accustomed to seeing and hearing about it that we not only turn a blind eye but a deaf ear as well? Meet Gina. She is the woman at the top of the stairs who repeatedly hears the cries and screams of the woman who lives below her as she is constantly victimized at the hands of her partner. Bearing witness to Zenobia’s pain reminds Gina of the abusive life she narrowly escaped from. But Gina can’t get away from the nightmares of her past; the tumultuous reminders of how she was battered and nearly broken at the hands of her contemptuous and menacing husband. Will Gina be like the many and turn her back on Zenobia, leaving her to fend for herself, or will she build an alliance with Zenobia to end her suffering once and for all? Find out in this compelling novel, Woman at the Top of the Stairs."
Title: Woman At The Top Of The Stairs
Author: Deidra D. S. Green
Publisher: Rathsi Publishing
Series: Book 1
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
"Woman At The Top Of The Stairs" by Deidra D. S. Green
This author really delivered a 'Domestic Violence' read to the readers that was simply off the chain well written. This was definitely a good read of what can happen to any abusive men when the women they has messed with get fed up with what they have been put through as it was for Gina, the characters ..[victims.....Gina, Zenobia and Yvette]. I will say these [perpetrators..Mac Percy and Marlon] are in for some real awakening. The women...Gina, Zenobia had been pushed to the limit and they felt this was the only way in order to survive. Was this too much in what happened to the perpetrators...the abusers? Well, I will say you will have to pick up this read and come to your own conclusion. For me, I thought the author did a good job with this tough subject matter that was so well covered dealing with domestic violence.