Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Love Changes Everything - Jessica Tendayi

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After discovering that the little orphaned child that she had fallen in love with in the pediatric unit was actually her husband Steven’s child with his recently deceased secretary, Racquel Levin is distraught and unsure about how to carry on with life as they had known it. Seeing as her happy family unit was falling apart, Racquel decides to go away for a few days to think things through. On her way to a healing retreat, she gets involved in a near-tragic car accident and is admitted into the ICU where she remained unconscious for a couple of weeks.

April is a busy, career-orientated young woman who has just found her footing in a very well-known marketing firm. Her world literally comes to a halt when her mother almost dies in a car crash, trying to get away from her father. April visits her mother everyday at the hospital, and unbeknown to her, she catches the attention of a drop-dead-gorgeous British resident doctor, Jason Watson, who is still healing from the scars left by the demons of his past.

As Jason and April search for their answers, their love story becomes an inspiration for Racquel and Steven as their family gains a new understanding of God’s divine emotional and physical healing and the realization that true joy and peace come where grace and forgiveness abound.

About the Author

Jessica Tendayi was born and raised in the beautiful land of Zimbabwe. She has been writing short stories ever since the age of twelve, and although none of them were ever published, she has held on to the belief that life writes the best stories. These are stories that we can all use as God-given life-lessons and strength derived from other people’s situations in order to do this thing called life. Jessica currently lives in the countryside of Toronto, Canada with her husband and three children.
When she was a child, Jessica was frequently told that she had an extra-ordinary imagination; that she told tall stories. So she grew up thinking that story-telling was a bad thing; that making up stuff made you a liar. But as she grew older, the stories also continued to grow in her heart. These are stories that we can all use as God-given life-lessons and strength, derived from other people’s situations in order to do, and make sense of this thing called life.
Stories of everyday life. Inspirational stories of rising above the challenges and obstacles that everyday life throws at each and every one of us. Stories that serve to remind us all that there is a greater force within each and every one of us that when we connect with that inner force, we are all able to do extraordinary things. Life's stories.

For many years, Jessica suppressed her stories. She stopped believing in their inspirational power, and certainly did not want to be thought of as a liar! But as she grew older, she slowly began to learn to be brave and courageous. She started to slowly allow the stories that had long been buried in her heart to unfold with reckless abandon.

It is Jessica’s hope and most sincere prayer, that as you flip through the pages of her stories, and as you somehow interact with all the characters, that you too would be motivated and inspired!

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