When your little-girl dreams for love are shattered by a shark in sheep's clothing, how can you escape him? Can you ever really get away from the terror and learn to trust yourself again?
Resa Goldberg's provocative and, at times, painful new memoir, Love Me Madly (published by Moonshine Cove Publishing, LLC. (www.moonshinecovepublishing.com ) introduces her as a starry-eyed teenybopper whose innocence is crushed by a series of horrifying sexual and physical assaults that spanned two years during high school. The book chronicles her journey from that harrowing trauma to divorced mom navigating the shoals of Internet dating. Somehow, and despite considerable evidence to the contrary, she never abandons her abiding belief that not only does Mr. Right exist, but that he's right around the corner---hidden somewhere in that Rogues Gallery of boys and men.
The payoff at the end provides the author an understanding of the past--why she has made such bad choices, a way forward into a happier future and finally a mission to help girls and women who may have suffered similar experiences.