Girl Desecrated is like Gone with the Wind, Dracula, and Outlander all rolled into one sexy, dark fantasy you won’t be able to put down. It’s Rachel’s 18th birthday and she should be happy, but she’s got big problems, big hair (hey, it’s the 80s), and big college dreams that aren’t coming true. Her only coping skills are booze, sex, and a few repressive techniques learned during a childhood of horrors. Yes, Rachel is damaged. But even worse, she’s battling her alternate personality, an evil Scarlett-O’Hara who tempts her to do all manner of sinful things. Then, Angus McNab, an endearing Scotsman, struts into her life. He’s hot, and Rachel begins to sizzle. A few steamy encounters with the Highlander have Rachel believing Angus might be a man she can trust, maybe even love. Only that chance may never come if she can’t keep Scarlett, her Southern “other”, down.Faced with the reality that she may need more than medication to manage her mental illness, Rachel calls on the forces of her creepy psychiatrist, séance-haunting Mr. Spiritoe, and her irritating, fortune-telling friend to save her sanity. Despite the confusion of their efforts, Rachel soon discovers those who love her have deceived her, those who support her have manipulated her, and every truth is a lie. Then, all hell breaks loose, Scarlett style.Will Rachel realize the game that’s afoot, before she loses to Scarlett and is bound to cruelty forever?