April Aimee Adams tells the heart-wrenching story of a childhood marred by facial scars, an absentee father, and an overworked, inattentive mother. That Don't Make Ya Bad describes the perilous journey of a scared, overweight young woman as she confronts low self-esteem and a poor self-image. All April seeks is love and acceptance of friends and family, but all she finds is a disheartening routine of bulimia, alcohol, sex, and drugs. In the end, her spirited and determined effort to achieve self-discovery and personal growth brings her the sobriety, stability, and peace she seeks. But the story of April Aimee Adams isn't only about one person, it's about all of us who face difficult circumstances in life. That Don't Make Ya Bad is really about how perseverance and desire can triumph over defeat and addiction. Her uplifting, inspirational story will leave any reader wiser, stronger . . . and crying for joy.
NOT SUITABLE FOR YOUNGER READERS