Breaking My Silence: Confessions of a Rat Pack Party Girl and Sex-Trade Survivor
I grew up in the time of the Big Name Hollywood Glamour, The time of Frank Santra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr. When Las Vegas was run by the Mafia and Hollywood reigned. When women were classy and the dress of the day was determined by what was worn in Hollywood.
So when Jane McCormick asked me to read her book it was an honor. Jane bares her soul the good, bad and ugly in Breaking My Silence. The true story of her life in Las Vegas and how she got there. She leaves no stone unturned and leaves none of the pain out.
As I read the book I felt her pain, her digust with what she did in order to survive that time in her life. Breaking the Silence is her way of forgiving herself learning that we all make bad decisions in our life. She is brutely honest leaving nothing out of this heartrending story of ,abuse, betrayal, lies, pain and finally peace.
She talks about people who strode in and out of her life on a whim expecting her to be at their beck and call, men who wanted to use her for their monetary gain and then abused her at their leisure.
Jane McCormick is a survivor. She is a beacon of light in a darkness filled with drugs, abuse, lies, crime and somtimes even death. Jane offers hope in a business that is as old as time. Some have said it is the first profession. She is candid and honest leaving nothing out.
This book is a must read. I give it five stars. Jane thank you for being strong.
Yvonne Mason, Author