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9781622863174

Scar

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  • ISBN13:

    9781622863174

  • ISBN10:

    1622863178

  • Edition: Revised
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2019-12-31
  • Publisher: Urban Books
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Summary

"You would be pretty if you didn't have that...You just have to take what you can get since you got strikes against you!" What happens when Marsell and Tineya cross paths? Will Tineya stay meek and weak, or will she finally learn that those with the deepest wounds are usually the strongest soldiers?

Tineya has experienced a lot of trauma in her young life. Losing both parents has left a broken, weak soul. As if that's not enough she's left with physical wounds that no woman should have to deal with. More than just bad memories, Tineya's wound runs deeper.

On her journey she'll meet Aaliyah, struggling to recover from a debilitating accident, and Dior, who wonders if she's worthy of love despite her checkered past. The three become fast and fiercely loyal friends, ready to lift each other up through tough times. But when Tineya suffers the ultimate betrayal and the women must summon the courage to put their lives on the line, they will learn that sometimes those with the deepest wounds can be the strongest soldiers.

Author Biography

Margo is the pen name for M.I. Waleed. She was born and raised in Detroit, and attended Marygrove College, where she pursued her Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice. M.I.Waleed is a true survivor. After an accident changed her life, she decided to actively pursue her dreams. She attributes her artistic abilities to her father, Khalid Bin Waleed, and her love for reading from her mom, Charnique Colbert. When she's not reading, writing, and raising her son, she is working to become a healthier person.

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