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{WARNING}Dont Go There...This is her story
by Cynthia James   

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264

Copyright:  5/10/2013 ISBN-13:  9780615624464
Non-Fiction

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{WARNING} Dont Go There...This is her story

Ms James writes from a non-fiction perspective.

Her current book is entitled, “{Warning} Don’t Go There”…

WARNING! IT’S A LOVE STORY THAT BEGAN IN PRISON
…and it had to be told, as never before, from HER point of view. Meet Celestra, a beautiful young single mom who meets an inmate that just might be her soul mate.
Engage in the compelling, honest, and insightful story of a woman who suddenly finds herself immersed in prison culture when she marries a felon.
Read along as she tells it all - from the first passionate embrace to the last surprising twist of fate.
Has she found the love that she deserves or will she be left trying to survive a brutal lesson learned? Ride with her as she embarks on a roller coaster of emotions, surprises, and heartbreak…and love.
     
Excerpt
Cynthia James
THE VISIT
When I went into the slamming steal doors of the prison to meet Harold, first I had to stop at a desk to sign in and hang my coat. Technically a person was not allowed to take anything into the visiting room except the visiting paper and they even grabbed that once you walked inside. I also had to walk through annoying metal detectors which made me feel violated.
If the beep went off, the C.O. would have you take off jewelry and shoes. If you were wearing clothing that had metal on it, he would either use a metal detector wand to check you, ask you to remove the clothing, or just simply wouldn’t let you go through to the visit; after a while, I would come to learn this procedure well and become an expert on what and what not to wear.
But on this first visit, I still didn’t know any better. I even came armed with my armor, My Bible. The prison officials would not let me go in with my bible. Now I knew that my guard would be down a bit during the visit if I didn’t have my armor, but I also
knew God had me covered with his blood. I just prayed that he would give me strength because I know that the strength I had was not that great without being protected with the word.
Only a clergy were allowed to bring bibles into the visiting rooms and even that had to be approved ahead of time. I didn’t know any of this, but it was the order of things and things should be done decently and in order.
“Harold’s visit!” the C.O. said.
Okay! That’s my Queue, time to meet Harold. I had seen the picture of him that he sent through Curtee, so I sort of knew what to expect. He was very attractive breath taking, he had cocoa colored skin, hazel eyes; I felt like I was looking into my own hazel eyes. He was about 180 pounds, wore his hair in waves, his uniform was pressed so neat, with a straight crease in the pants and the arm of his shirt as though they were sent to the cleaners. When I saw him walk into the room for the first time, more than anything my flesh began to kick in. Thank God no one knew but me and the Lord! He was a handsome
knew God had me covered with his blood. I just prayed that he would give me strength because I know that the strength I had was not that great without being protected with the word.
Only a clergy were allowed to bring bibles into the visiting rooms and even that had to be approved ahead of time. I didn’t know any of this, but it was the order of things and things should be done decently and in order.
“Harold’s visit!” the C.O. said.
Okay! That’s my Queue, time to meet Harold. I had seen the picture of him that he sent through Curtee, so I sort of knew what to expect. He was very attractive breath taking, he had cocoa colored skin, hazel eyes; I felt like I was looking into my own hazel eyes. He was about 180 pounds, wore his hair in waves, his uniform was pressed so neat, with a straight crease in the pants and the arm of his shirt as though they were sent to the cleaners. When I saw him walk into the room for the first time, more than anything my flesh began to kick in. Thank God no one knew but me and the Lord! He was a handsome



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Love it!
This book was awesome, enlightening and educating for any woman of all relationship statuses. It gives such insight from many point of views even hers prior to being in the same situation. She spelled out exactly what happens and can happen if we're not too careful! It is a must read, spread the word and get in the know now Warning, DON'T GO THERE, because once you do......... it's no telling if you can ever come back! Looking forward to the next read.

This book is awesome!
I didn't want to put it down! Her story is amazing! This is a must read for any woman considering marrying or being in a relationship with someone in prison. Very enlightening

A powerful story.!!!
A must read for all!!! Lessons learned for all who read this book , and if you are thinking about going there, Read and heed the warning...


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