Maye Musk's book is an honest, compelling memoir of triumph after her abusive marriage to Elon's dad

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Maye Musk visits Hallmark Channels Home & Family at Universal Studios Hollywood on February 26, 2020 in Universal City, California.
Photo by Paul Archuleta/ Getty Images
Maye Musk visits Hallmark Channels Home & Family at Universal Studios Hollywood on February 26, 2020 in Universal City, California. Photo by Paul Archuleta/ Getty Images

Growing up in a family surrounded by kindness and consideration, the real world presented her with a harsh reality check. Consequently, she suffered, and it took a long time for her to learn how to protect myself.

Her strength comes through much later in the book after skipping through the loosely written and yet somewhat blog-like chapters about her love for beauty and dressing up. 

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