GERMANY (PRWEB) June 14, 2013
Scarlet Dawn by author Amber Sander is a deftly woven fiction that promises to give its readers absolute entertainment, chills and life-altering messages worth emulating. The author was inspired to write this story because of the truth that many people, both men and women, get passed over because of women who are beautiful but have no qualifications.
Scarlet is an average 18-year-old girl enjoying life with a great job, perfect boyfriend and awesome best friend. Everything, however, drastically changes when one day her world is turn upside down by unexpected, revolting occurrences—she finds her boyfriend cheating on her and what is worst is that the other woman is her best friend. A vicious rage grows inside her causing her to seek vengeance. Looked over and pushed around by women who skated through life using only their good looks infuriates her and made her determined to take away those things that made them who they were. Will Scarlet seek the revenge she so strongly hoped for?
In Scarlet Dawn, Sander has written a fierce, heart-crushing and eye-opening narrative that reveals few important realities of life and apparent social dilemmas that are often overlooked by many. Infused with breathtaking brutality and ferocity, this book may not be suitable for young readers but a valuable instrument to inspire parents to instill desirable values on their children, especially on subject of equality and prejudice.
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About the Author
Amber Sander grew up in a small town in northern Pennsylvania. Since she was a child, she has always dreamed of becoming a writer. She now lives in Germany with her husband, son, and her dog.
Scarlet Dawn * by Amber Sander
Publication Date: April 29, 2013
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 84 pages; 978-1-4836-2889-9
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 84 pages; 978-1-4836-2890-5
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