About the book: Revitalizing Jane, Part One Drowning-the brutally honest journey of a divorced mom
It’s only been a year since her divorce so why would Jane Adamson do something as stupid as attempt to date again? Wasn’t her marriage scarring enough? The answer was simple. Her kids. They worried about her and wanted to see her happy again.
She needed to be happy, she needed to learn to trust again and feel pretty again and feel human again.
As a mom of five it was too easy to hide herself away and focus just on her kids. Who needs men anyway?
Join Jane on part one of this six part journey of self-discovery, conquering the past, understanding love, and most importantly… healing—as she finds the woman she once was.
The full healing series:
Part One: Drowning
Part Two: Swimming
Part Three: Crawling
Part Four: Walking
Part Five: Running
Part Six: Soaring
My Review: This book is really an amazing one. I found myself really upset with the ex-husband of the book, because I know that though the details of the book may not all be accurate, this book is the story of Jenni's life. The heroine of the story, Jane, starts out the book not believing in her own beauty or even her own worth as a person. But through her counseling session and her dates with Pierce, she comes to know that she is of worth and is beautiful just because she is a person. This is a great message, one that every woman, and man for that matter, needs to know. Thanks to Jenni for putting her life out there so that we can all learn this very important lesson. Can't wait to read the rest of the story!
I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
About the author: Jenni James is a bestselling author with thirteen published books, including The Jane Austen Diaries (Pride & Popularity, Northanger Alibi, Emmalee, and Persuaded) as well as The Jenni James Faerie Tale Collection (Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, The Frog Prince, and many more...)
Jenni has wowed fans around the world with her unique voice in children and teen literature today, always keeping her books clean and wildly addicting. When she isn't writing, she can be found chasing her seven rambunctious kids around the house. She lives with her family in Utah and secretly dreams of becoming a ninja or pirate one day.
Jenni has written Andy & Annie: A Ghost Story and Mansfield Ranch for Trifecta Books.
You can learn more about Jenni at her website.
Labels: clean fiction, Jenni James, Trifecta books