Shocking and raw, Blonde Roots is an eye-opener as to what can really go on behind closed doors … and what happens when secrets are kept inside for so long. This is the emotional, inspiring and often painful story of Narelle Warcon’s life. Get ready for a gut-wrenching read as this woman triumphs through what feels like five lifetimes of pain!

Imagine finding out you were violated as a child almost fifty years ago. Suddenly, all the subsequent violations, abuse and risky behaviours made sense. How could one suppressed memory cause so much damage? With such a discovery came grief—a flood of salty, bitter tears that saw Narelle sobbing for days on end.

This story is not about blame. It’s about one woman’s ability to find the inner strength to take control of her life and her healing journey. Not one to be beaten, Narelle rose above her many challenges, one step at a time. She prays that you too can do the same.

Follow Narelle as she takes you on a real and raw rollercoaster journey of emotions – pain, grief, suffering, joy, excitement and even some happiness, all told in Narelle’s down-to-earth Aussie manner.

Celebrate with Narelle as she triumphs over a cycle of abuse, her many adversities and her strongest critic—herself.


Narelle Warcon’s life has been a monumental struggle, but she has now found her inner peace. Having cried a million tears and spent years soul searching, praying and learning to love herself again, Narelle has come to realise her life purpose is to assist other women who have been in, or are still trapped in, abusive relationships, just as she once was.

Narelle lives in sunny Queensland with her three wonderful children and is so grateful for the love and support of her family and friends. She has the utmost love for all who enter her life as she knows each of us has a story… a journey.

She feels amazingly blessed.

“Sometimes all you really need is a hand to hold, an ear to listen and a heart to understand.”





  • …Put some time aside; you’ll want to read this book from cover to cover as you journey with Narelle on her timeline, in this frank, well written book of an Australian girls life.

    The font size makes it easy to read and each chapter passes by quickly.

    I highly recommend this book to all.

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