Stranger in the Guest House by Sharlene Scott Levin

Stranger in the Guest House is the author’s true story of tragedy to triumph.

Sharing what she experienced, Levin hopes to show other survivors what grit and

perseverance can do to change a person’s life for the better. Facing emotional, physical,

mental, and financial loss, Levin finds her own voice, and credits the small child within

for keeping her alive.

Sharlene Scott Levin was born in South Africa, and by four days old, was placed in the hands of an unqualified doctor and his “baby yard.” Adopted by a wealthy and detached couple, Levin’s life was filled with torment and abuse. While her birth mother insisted Levin be placed in her birth father’s traditional Jewish roots, the upbringing she faced was littered with deception and lies. The pattern continued when Levin married an abusive man, whom she wondered if it wasn’t a marriage of convenience with a “price.” Levin faces loss repeatedly, but none more devastating than the death of her third child, whom she credits for removing the shroud from her eyes, and becomes the catalyst for Levin’s rise of courage and determination. Levin would need both to face the wrath of her abusive parents and husband, the attempt by her father to strangle her, and the financial ruin she would face after her father’s death.

Levin shares her story to help other people recognize the need to find their truth, to move beyond the obstacles placed by uncaring and selfish individuals, and to live life the way it is meant to be lived.

About Sharlene Scott Levin

Sharlene Scott Levin was born in South Africa, and by four days old, was placed in the hands of an unqualified doctor and his “baby yard.” Adopted by a wealthy and detached couple, Levin’s life was filled with torment and abuse. While her birth mother insisted Levin be placed in her birth father’s traditional Jewish roots, the upbringing she faced was littered with deception and lies. The pattern continued when Levin married an abusive man, whom she wondered if it wasn’t a marriage of convenience with a “price.” Levin faces loss repeatedly, but none more devastating than the death of her third child, whom she credits for removing the shroud from her eyes, and becomes the catalyst for Levin’s rise of courage and determination. Levin would need both to face the wrath of her abusive parents and husband, the attempt by her father to strangle her, and the financial ruin she would face after her father’s death.

Levin shares her story to help other people recognize the need to find their truth, to move beyond the obstacles placed by uncaring and selfish individuals, and to live life the way it is meant to be lived.

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