Beyond Existence – The Purple Passage by Kerri L. Davis

Sydney Roberts took pleasure in getting lost in the cadence of the drum or the strings of the violin. Struggling to self-heal from a childhood of sexual abuse, Sydney initially sought therapy in one thing only – music. As she grew into young adulthood, Sydney sought a love story that mirrored a typical relationship. Ultimately,…

Sydney Roberts took pleasure in getting lost in the cadence of the drum or the strings of the violin. Struggling to self-heal from a childhood of sexual abuse, Sydney initially sought therapy in one thing only – music.

As she grew into young adulthood, Sydney sought a love story that mirrored a typical relationship. Ultimately, she gravitated to a non-traditional connection. Her first experience with love put her in the arms of the daughter of her musical mentor. But real love becomes real heartbreak in a twisted conspiracy engineered by her lover.

Working through the pain of love lost and her unresolved childhood trauma; Sydney auditions for a full-time position with one of the hottest bands in the state of New York. Her intense encounter with the band’s founder turns into a furiously romantic connection. Sydney’s life quickly transforms. Becoming enslaved in a violently abusive relationship, Sydney is forced to perform unimaginable acts in the ultimate betrayal by the woman she loves. Can her music alone save her again? Or will she need to seek help in an unexpected friendship?
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“What you allow, will continue!!!”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Jazz

Excellent read and very relatable to what people deal with on a daily basis. I hope there’s a part 2 to this!! It’s definitely a must read!!

About the Author

Kerri L. Davis was born in New York, but spent her adolescence in Alabama. She graduated from Alabama A&M University, a Historically Black University, with a degree in Marketing. In 2015, she was crowned with the dual titles of Ms. Madison County Plus America and Ms. Nevada Plus America. During her reign, she launched The Purple Passage, advocating against domestic violence and abuse. She continues pursuing her passion through public speaking engagements and private platforms.

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