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“Sharon Grace has done an excellent job of portraying, through the eyes of a grandmother, the pain and emotion victims and their families endure.”
~Mike Green, Monroe County District Attorney

“[When The Trust is Broken]  is dedicated to Chloe, a child who’s been robbed of her innocence by the ruthless behavior of a trusted adult and a system that failed her before she had a chance to fight back. God bless you.”
~Lou Bivona, The Bivona  Child  Advocacy Center;National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, NY Branch

“Wow!! I am so proud of all of your hard work and accomplishments. Thank you for always listening, lending a shoulder to cry on, and most of all LOVING me and my children. Thank you for all of the resources and help you have offered. I am so proud to be your daughter and so thankful you are sharing our story in effort to help others!” ~ Morgan

“After repeatedly urging the library system to buy your book, I finally saw that several branches had copies – so I took one out!  I could hardly put it down; I read it in two days!  OH MY GOODNESS!  I can’t believe what a life you’ve had! Anyway, … God… called you to speak up for the victims of abuse.You go, girl!”~Rosemarie Eskes

“Congatulations on your book! You are an amazing and incredibly strong woman! Thank you for putting yourself out there. Think of how many other families you’ll touch! “~Liz

“Life is hard and unfair but I can not comprehend the though process of any person thinking in this way. This person has taken away life as we know it. This book will also bring to mind the courage and the decision for you to make this a life long journey of advocacy for children that can not stand up for them self’s. Sharon your life is a testimony of hope and faith.” ~ J.J.W

“On behalf of Rochester Institute of Technology, The Department of Criminal Justice and English Departments, I thank you for coming to our classroom to advocate, educate and advise students on the many issues that surround trust, violence, coping mechanisms for such discoveries and sharing with the students most of all, extremely intimate examples of a criminal case.”      ~Professor Jennifer Wolfley