You Can't Have My Daughter: A true story of a mother's desperate fight to save her daughter from Oxford's sex traffickers. por Elizabeth McDonnell

July 22, 2019

You Can't Have My Daughter: A true story of a mother's desperate fight to save her daughter from Oxford's sex traffickers. por Elizabeth McDonnell
Titulo del libro : You Can't Have My Daughter: A true story of a mother's desperate fight to save her daughter from Oxford's sex traffickers.
Fecha de lanzamiento : April 9, 2015
Autor : Elizabeth McDonnell
Número de páginas : 385
Editor : Pan

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Elizabeth McDonnell con You Can't Have My Daughter: A true story of a mother's desperate fight to save her daughter from Oxford's sex traffickers.

As a single 51-year-old woman, Elizabeth had given up hope of ever becoming a mother. When she was approved to adopt ten-year-old Lara, a sweet and caring girl, it was a dream come true.

Elizabeth knew that that her new daughter had had a difficult past but when she found out that Lara had been abused, the extent of her emotional damage became clear. By the age of twelve, Lara was often out of control, hanging out with drug dealers in Oxford, disappearing for days. For the next five years Elizabeth put herself in danger to rescue her daughter time and time again, while battling the authorities who failed to give Lara the help she so desperately needed. She had no idea that her daughter was being trafficked by a sex ring.

Because she refused to give up on Lara, today Elizabeth and Lara have a close and loving relationship. Deeply moving, You Can't Have My Daughter is the story of a mother determined to keep her promise to her daughter: 'I will always be there for you, whether you want me to or not'.