In the paperback edition of her book, Sharonda Jones makes her literary debut in what she calls her through-story of overcoming fears associated with abandonment and anxiety, as well as breaking chains from the emotional and physical abuse of her childhood and young adult life. Once a runaway seeking shelter to the founder of a non-profit S.T.E.A.M.-based youth empowerment organization, Sharonda shares how God's grace was more than enough to deliver her from a path that was destined to end in despair.
Sharonda allows readers to see her insecurities and weaknesses, and exposes the enemy's tools of isolation that prevented her from recognizing her strength and beauty. From valedictorian of her high school graduating class, to a participant in the U.S. Marshals Witness Protection program, she shows how decisions made in isolation and shame can prevent a person from realizing the purpose God has for them.
With candid recollections and personal pictures from her childhood, Sharonda uses the testimony of her deliverance to inspire and encourage readers. By the end of the last chapter, readers will be surprised and amazed by her story of real-life tribulation and triumph, but more importantly, thankful and empowered that if God can do it for one, then He can do it for all who believe.