Everyone’s been affected by drug abuse—even if it’s just your neighbor’s kid. This book is shocking and disruptive. If you’ve used drugs it possesses the power to reveal hidden truths. If not, it weaves a thread of sense through the otherwise senseless.
My name is Texas and this is my story. The daughter of a Southern Baptist pastor, I ran away from home when I was 17. For 28 years I traveled a path that took me to places from which few return. Unhealthy relationships and unbridled lusts corrupted my view of freedom and left me cornered in addiction—financed by crafty manipulation and drug dealing. My tainted knowledge of love and polluted desire for escape kept me on a treacherous treadmill that continually fed the heartache of those I loved. But, through it all, the One who loved me unconditionally remained. This is my unvarnished account of the years I spent running and what brought that season to its redeeming end.