Unsafe: Damian longs for home, but one man stands in his way

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Unsafe: Damian longs for home, but one man stands in his way

Unsafe: Damian longs for home, but one man stands in his way

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The rest of this series is a continuation of the stories of Faye and Lauren, and the role Cathy plays in their journeys. These novels are tear-jerking and touching, but a series that is well worth the read. These two young women touch Cathy’s life in a way she never expected, and as much as you aim for a happy ending, all you can do sometimes is your best. Donna ends up living with Cathy’s family for just over a year, and they try to make her feel as if she is part of the family. This isn’t always easy. Cathy is startled and confused when she finds Donna in the bathroom one day scrubbing her hands raw. She informs Cathy that her mother always told her to clean her hands to get rid of the dirt, but it won’t come off.

I started reading/listening to your books years ago, and have read/listened to them all!! Thank you for being you, and sharing your fostering and family stories with us! I just finished “Unsafe”! Congratulations on your family expanding! I do hope you will write more books. Also, thank you for having the same narrator in most of your books, she does an amazing job. Love Always Hi Cathy. I’ve just finished reading Too Scared To Tell and am in tears as I write this. I’m so glad those horrible men were found and put away, I almost felt like I got close to Oskar whilst reading it. When I first started reading about his mum I didn’t agree with her not making time for her son but slowly understood why and I’m so happy he got to live with his family. I related to it so much with my son who nearly a year ago I placed with his aunty because I struggled to cope as a single mum and knew I had to what was best by him. Now he is thriving and so happy and I still see him and speak to him and am so proud of the young man he is becoming. Best wishes to you and your family. Congratulations to Cathy Glass whose latest memoir Unwanted is Number 7 this week, its sixth week in the top ten.Bonjour Cathy, j’ai 35 ans et je vis en France. J’ai un problème lol j’ai lu 8 de vos livres en 1 mois, oui je suis absorbé par vous votre famille et vos histoires. Le petit soucis c’est que c’est 8 livres étaient en français mais que tout les autres ne le sont pas… Comment je pourrais faire? Hi Cathy, I was so excited to read your newest book. I am glad that things didn’t get worse between Damien’s mom and everything involved with Troy. You’re a grandma of 3, have a few things going on. You definitely needed the change of pace. We need more people like you to help foster the young generation. I have read most of your books, some interested me more like Danny. I hope that you’re less stretched out now and enjoying life more now that that pesky covid thing isn’t as bad as it used to be. Thank you for your amazing books.

Following the success of her memoirs, Cathy Glass also wrote standalone works of fiction. However, these books are still based on true stories from her time as a care provider within the foster care system and feature similar themes of abuse and resilience.Harper Collins have bought world rights in Cathy Glass’s next fostering memoir. Innocent is the true story of little Molly and Kit, siblings, aged 3 years and 18 months, who are brought into care as an emergency after suffering non-accidental injuries. It will be her 31st book and 23rd fostering memoir.

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