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on 21 February 2014
I'm a Casey Watson fan and have enjoyed most of her books so I was looking forward to this being released. Scarlett's Secret is a Short story about Casey's time working as a Youth Centre Team leader. This is long before she became a Foster Care and indeed before she worked in the "Unit" at a Secondary school that she mentions in some of her books.

The two main characters are Jade and Scarlett, twin sisters with a dark past. They attend the workshops that Casey is running for young people not in education or work. They do Adult literacy courses, numeracy and team building exercises so that hopefully they can go out in to the world and find their 'place'. Jade has an unpleasant problem and Scarlett open up to Casey about the root course of it. As is mentioned early on in the book is how child behaviour is like an Iceberg. The part you see is the bit sticking above the water whilst the remaining bit under the water is the root cause of the problems. It's that that you need to get to the bottom of.

The story has a positive ending where you feel optimistic about the girls future. Casey's books are so easy to read and despite the subject matters often being quite heavy going she manages to bring a lightness in her story telling so that you don't get dragged down by the darkness of it all.

If you like Cathy Glass books and even Toni Maquire then you will enjoy Casey Watson's books. I look forward to her next release.
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on 7 June 2017
Casey Watson holds your attention with her clear experience and narrative. Straight to the point and eager to share her story about her ability to influence the lives of those she helps. Casey is a certain type of person you rarely come across, a selfless giver of her time and a committed carer.
Read this and other books of Casey and it will open your eyes and hearts.
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on 22 March 2017
An excellent book by my favourite author.
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on 2 August 2017
shocking and inspiring
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on 29 August 2017
really good reading and very sad
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on 8 March 2014
Is Casey only writing for the money now? This wasn't worth the price. Spun out I felt. Could have condensed into two chapters and been free of charge. Previous books definitely worth purchasing though.
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on 5 June 2017
All of Casey watsons books are filled with love and emotion. Highly recommended. Im on my 5th book now !
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on 27 March 2017
oh my god what a fantastic story this was and very true
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on 8 July 2017
Very good read,.To see what children go through is so sad. Couldn't put down until I had finished the story.
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on 26 April 2017
Not yet read
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