SUSAN DEBEESON: JENNIFER'S HEALING - Second in "The Journey" series
Second in "The Journey" series
- 6 x 9
- FICTION - General
- FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - Abuse General
Jennifer Hanson Brown is recovering in a Seattle hospital from a cruel attack by Lennard, her estranged husband. Brent Sullivan, the young cop who saved Jennifer’s life, will discover an evil network of drugs and human trafficking, headed by The Boss. Lennard, driven by hatred to kill Jennifer, hopes to expand his criminal career.
Will Sam Brown’s desire to meet his bio-father, Lennard, be fulfilled? Marissa MacPherson enters Sam’s life and he’s falling in love with her. Then disaster strikes their relationship.
Michael Hanson is in Children’s Hospital, being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s. Depression indicates PTSS. Though under the Henderson’s loving care, he is terrified by nightmares of Lennard trying to kill him.
Sonja Sigurdsen and her neighbor, Sylvia Ford, help Grandma Jones, an octogenarian whose health is failing. Sonja’s father Sven, hides mini-strokes from his daughter’s watchful eye until “the big one”.
Finding peace, Jennifer still fears being stalked, not knowing the worst -- The Boss wants her taken out. Will she be found by the gang’s assassin?
Jennifer is learning to deal with her fears and painful recovery. Then the gang’s assassin stalks her and shoots…
Susan DeBeeson has come in contact with many “Jennifers” in the course of 33 years as a pastor’s wife. She was born in Seattle, Washington. She and husband, Max, raised 3 children and ministered in churches in the United States, Nepal, and Canada. Susan has written poetry, articles, short stories, and now the second novel in the Journey Series. The passion to write the Jennifer story came out of working with hurting families and wanting to encourage others to befriend and help them.