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Domestic violence is a serious problem around the world. Every day, a woman or man are abused. If you or someone you know is being abused, please seek help. Growing up in a hostile environment filled with different types of abuse is a child’s worst nightmare. Unfortunately, this is the reality for many children around the world. If you ever become the victim to an abuser o Domestic violence is a serious problem around the world. Every day, a woman or man are abused. If you or someone you know is being abused, please seek help. Growing up in a hostile environment filled with different types of abuse is a child’s worst nightmare. Unfortunately, this is the reality for many children around the world. If you ever become the victim to an abuser or find yourself stuck in an uncomfortable situation with your children, please get help immediately. You are never alone and there is always someone willing to lend a helping hand. Chantel and Monique are sisters who have a bittersweet relationship. They have spent most of their childhood watching their parents fight and make up as if they never argued. Eventually, their minds accepted the fact that this was normal behavior between couples. That is until it came knocking on their door once they got older. Determined to put her unpleasant childhood memories to rest and move past it, Monique quickly falls for the charming athlete. She soon finds herself on the defensive line against Jeremy and his hands. Despite the many ups and downs, she still tries to convince herself and those around her that he loves her. She will stop at nothing to show Jeremy that she is his rider for life. But when Jeremy gets arrested and suspended from the team, his future doesn’t look as bright as it was in the beginning. But will their relationship survive this sudden crisis, or will the stress prove to be too much for Jeremy? Chantel is determined to put her dark childhood behind her and buries herself in her studies in an effort to secure her future. She manages to avoid all relationships until she starts dating Evan. Evan realizes that Chanel is guarded but he’s determined to prove to the beauty that he isn’t like her father. Chanel finds herself becoming more paranoid and insecure in her relationship with Evan and questions whether she should be with him at all. Will her past continue to interfere with her future, or will Evan finally convince Chanel to let the past go? Will these two sisters follow in their mother’s footsteps in their search for love? Or will they make their own way and find happiness after all? Find out how two couples cope with domestic violence in the first installment of When She Didn’t Come Home…


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Domestic violence is a serious problem around the world. Every day, a woman or man are abused. If you or someone you know is being abused, please seek help. Growing up in a hostile environment filled with different types of abuse is a child’s worst nightmare. Unfortunately, this is the reality for many children around the world. If you ever become the victim to an abuser o Domestic violence is a serious problem around the world. Every day, a woman or man are abused. If you or someone you know is being abused, please seek help. Growing up in a hostile environment filled with different types of abuse is a child’s worst nightmare. Unfortunately, this is the reality for many children around the world. If you ever become the victim to an abuser or find yourself stuck in an uncomfortable situation with your children, please get help immediately. You are never alone and there is always someone willing to lend a helping hand. Chantel and Monique are sisters who have a bittersweet relationship. They have spent most of their childhood watching their parents fight and make up as if they never argued. Eventually, their minds accepted the fact that this was normal behavior between couples. That is until it came knocking on their door once they got older. Determined to put her unpleasant childhood memories to rest and move past it, Monique quickly falls for the charming athlete. She soon finds herself on the defensive line against Jeremy and his hands. Despite the many ups and downs, she still tries to convince herself and those around her that he loves her. She will stop at nothing to show Jeremy that she is his rider for life. But when Jeremy gets arrested and suspended from the team, his future doesn’t look as bright as it was in the beginning. But will their relationship survive this sudden crisis, or will the stress prove to be too much for Jeremy? Chantel is determined to put her dark childhood behind her and buries herself in her studies in an effort to secure her future. She manages to avoid all relationships until she starts dating Evan. Evan realizes that Chanel is guarded but he’s determined to prove to the beauty that he isn’t like her father. Chanel finds herself becoming more paranoid and insecure in her relationship with Evan and questions whether she should be with him at all. Will her past continue to interfere with her future, or will Evan finally convince Chanel to let the past go? Will these two sisters follow in their mother’s footsteps in their search for love? Or will they make their own way and find happiness after all? Find out how two couples cope with domestic violence in the first installment of When She Didn’t Come Home…

30 review for When She Didn't Come Home: A Domestic Violence Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    aisha ray

    Ok read Back in the day when authors write books they wrote novels. There wasn't all these continuations . Why can't these new school authors just do the same? I get so tired of reading books only having to read three and four parts to get to the end of the story. Most of the time it can all be summed up in one book. These hundred page books have to stop. Most of the time I never get to the other parts because I have forgotten about the book all together. This was a decent read. It kept my intere Ok read Back in the day when authors write books they wrote novels. There wasn't all these continuations . Why can't these new school authors just do the same? I get so tired of reading books only having to read three and four parts to get to the end of the story. Most of the time it can all be summed up in one book. These hundred page books have to stop. Most of the time I never get to the other parts because I have forgotten about the book all together. This was a decent read. It kept my interest but because part two is not out I'll never know how it ends.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Doretha Bradley

    That [email protected]@rd!!!! I knew it, I knew he would do something stupid! First off Gigi should have demanded the relationship end when Jenny beat her into early labor. He could have killed her and Maci then. To allow him to be anything other than a co- parent was lunacy and a disaster waiting to happen. I did think Nikki's opinion of her mother and father's abusive relationship was hypocritical but then again it's always easier to see the faults in others before your own. Their mother was just pathetic, That [email protected]@rd!!!! I knew it, I knew he would do something stupid! First off Gigi should have demanded the relationship end when Jenny beat her into early labor. He could have killed her and Maci then. To allow him to be anything other than a co- parent was lunacy and a disaster waiting to happen. I did think Nikki's opinion of her mother and father's abusive relationship was hypocritical but then again it's always easier to see the faults in others before your own. Their mother was just pathetic, to me, there's not that much love or infatuation with love in the world to go back to a man that crippled me! I'm opening my wine, lighting my candles, snuggling in my favorite blanket and digging in to book 2. I can't wait to find out what happened.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tanya Neil

    Breaking the cycle Love doesn’t hurt, Cycles of abuse ,Nikki watched her mother be abused and wound up in a similar situation,For her mother to go back to a violent marriage after the traumatic life and speak to just do what a man says will keep him happy, and you would think from seeing his father kill his mother and aunt he would treat women better ,can’t wait to see what happens did he kill his daughter and Nikki for speaking up

  4. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte Bembry

    Another Great Read! Lady Lissa comes through again with another view in domestic violence. She brings teen domestic violence to the forefront. It never cease to amaze me how the abused victim always blame themselves for their abuse, when that is definitely not the case. Jeremy followed right into his dad’s footsteps as an abuser, while Nikki followed her mom’s footsteps and blamed herself for the abuse. I can’t wait to read book two.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Faith

    Emotional Ride Wow, the author really tackles & exposes domestic violence and the how abusive most relationships are. The pain and suffering the victims and they families go through is hard to read at times. Makes you just want reach in and shake the victims and make them get out of the situation before it's too late. Jeremy and Leon need to be thrown under the jail. Taking a deep breath and going on to part 2. Emotional Ride Wow, the author really tackles & exposes domestic violence and the how abusive most relationships are. The pain and suffering the victims and they families go through is hard to read at times. Makes you just want reach in and shake the victims and make them get out of the situation before it's too late. Jeremy and Leon need to be thrown under the jail. Taking a deep breath and going on to part 2.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Alisa Arthur

    Wow!! Oh my goodness I hope Nikki and Maci are good but I really have a bad feeling about this. I wonder why Nikki couldn't see Jeremy was just like her father. Love makes us do some crazy things. I'm so ready for part 2. I didn't want this book to end yet. Great writing definitely a 5 star read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Secret Gaines

    You Yo Daddy's Son He is damn sho his daddy's son. For Nikki to continue to stay with him. She's most definitely her mother's daughter too. It is a vicious cycle. Now he's killed her and their oldest. He's real Bitch made for that....

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mattie

    Scared Jeremy is so sad as a man. This is so interrupt its really breaks my heart that these women's and men's goes thru domestic violence. I'm to choke up to finish my review but Lady Lissa great work!

  9. 4 out of 5

    charolette thomas

    A heart warming story you won’t be disappointed Jermey is a f boy he needs to be under the jail cell for putting his hands on Nikki she should of listened to her sister when she told her that Jermey is no good for her I hope it’s not to late because now her other two kids will be without both parents and they will have so much resentment towards their dad if he did kill their sister or mother. It’s sad that Nikki didn’t learn from her parents abuse and now she suffered the same thing this is a s A heart warming story you won’t be disappointed Jermey is a f boy he needs to be under the jail cell for putting his hands on Nikki she should of listened to her sister when she told her that Jermey is no good for her I hope it’s not to late because now her other two kids will be without both parents and they will have so much resentment towards their dad if he did kill their sister or mother. It’s sad that Nikki didn’t learn from her parents abuse and now she suffered the same thing this is a sad situation some people don’t make it out of this situation we must bring awareness and do better to leave toxic situations like this

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Quinn

    When She I hope Nikki and Maci are ok! That dam Jeremy need counseling and his ass whooped! That makes no dam sense to be that dam evil. U would’ve thought that he learned from his parents and the story she told him about her parents. But I guess not!!! Get yourself and your children out of situations like that! Talk to your children and tell them it’s not ok to hit a female or a male. Domestic Violence is real and it’s sad and horrible!! I hope Nikki is ok and Maci. If Jeremey killed his wife a When She I hope Nikki and Maci are ok! That dam Jeremy need counseling and his ass whooped! That makes no dam sense to be that dam evil. U would’ve thought that he learned from his parents and the story she told him about her parents. But I guess not!!! Get yourself and your children out of situations like that! Talk to your children and tell them it’s not ok to hit a female or a male. Domestic Violence is real and it’s sad and horrible!! I hope Nikki is ok and Maci. If Jeremey killed his wife and first born, throw his ass under the jail!!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Tee Evans

    Reflection of Violence... Having dealt with and grew up with domestic violence as well as other things in my home, I truly found this book relatable. I love how the author shows the different aspects of how domestic violence affects each character currently or later in life. I dam definitely looking forward to the next part to this story. Great job Lady Lissa

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sandsuhray Hawkins

    WTH I really hope that Monique and Marci are ok. Jeremy is a B ass nigga that beats on women. Channel is going to find out what happened to them and all hel l is going to break out. Can't wait for pt2

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tee Carter

    Loved it!! The characters were well developed. It flowed great. Nikki is hard headed for love. Jeremy smh. I hope he hasn’t hurt Nikki & Maci to bad. I got a feeling he killed them 😞 Loved it!! The characters were well developed. It flowed great. Nikki is hard headed for love. Jeremy smh. I hope he hasn’t hurt Nikki & Maci to bad. I got a feeling he killed them 😞

  14. 4 out of 5

    Shekie Johnson

    Whew chile I just can't function right now.. This book was really good.. Jeremy done pissed me all the way off.. I hope Nikki and Maci are okay.. I know he did something to her!!!! Ugh.. Part two me please!!!!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tawanda Carer

    Wow Domestic violence is so real. To go through it at a young age and not have the support of your mother is horrible. Even the mother talking about things being her fault was crazy! Please let me know when book 2 is ready

  16. 5 out of 5

    Pat Smith

    Good read You'd think when kids are raised witnessing domestic violence in the home, they'd recognize it, do differently once they're grown. Unfortunately, too many repeat the cycle because it's the only 'love' they were taught. Lady Lissa captured this dead on. Good read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Gemini Rule

    So good. Jeremy a sick phycho. How you watch yo daddy kill yo mom and aunt then act just like him. Nikki watched her mom get beat hated her dad and stayed with a man who does the same thing

  18. 5 out of 5

    Latricica Bowers

    A Great Read Very good book waiting to see what happens in Part 2.. I am praying that the results aren't what I think they are. I would definitely recommend this book to someone that is looking for a casual read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    mary franklin

    Gigi should put a stop to Nikki seeing Jeremy. The mother is so brainwashed she taught her daughter that this is what you put up with. Jeremy needs someone to whoop his ass!!! I hopi Nikki & Maci are OK. I knew he was going to do something to her eventually. Very good book. Gigi should put a stop to Nikki seeing Jeremy. The mother is so brainwashed she taught her daughter that this is what you put up with. Jeremy needs someone to whoop his ass!!! I hopi Nikki & Maci are OK. I knew he was going to do something to her eventually. Very good book.

  20. 4 out of 5

    kierra

    🔥🔥🔥 Lady Lissa never disappoints. This whole book had my emotions up and down and that damn ending I’m like whyyyyyy. This book is a must read

  21. 5 out of 5

    rocquel

    Wow Omg what did he do please tell me he don’t kill her in them kids I hope he don’t hurt her like that smh 🤦‍♀️ I need part 2 asap

  22. 4 out of 5

    charmaine elmore

    Wooooo wooooo Awesome awesome!!!! I loved the book but it made me angry also I hope they are ok please listen to the warnings...

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sonia Richardson

    Wow!!! Another great read by Lady Lissa! This is a must read. Poor Nikki should've left a long time ago... Looking forward to part 2!.....

  24. 4 out of 5

    Frances Tolor

    My stress relief This was awesome can’t wait to read part two this writer has a awesome gift from God , she keeps me entertained on every single page

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tronda Hudson

    Wow It was ok to read but woman are so stupid if a man is beating you and treat you like shit why sat In that relationship

  26. 4 out of 5

    LoveLee Kourage

    THE CYCLE GOTTA BREAK ...

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mrs.Nicole

    Good read Man, I couldn't put this book down. I knew something bad was going to happen, but had no idea. On to part 2

  28. 5 out of 5

    SunShine

    Confused I was so confused by the name switching Monique or Nikki and then is was back and forth not consistent. It really took away from the story to me.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Thompson-Lloyd

    Wow Another brilliant read from Lady Lissa. I couldn't put this book down. I highly encourage everyone who reads, to check out this book. All I can say is wowzers.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jounay

    4.5 stars

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