By Diana Symons
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Published: April 22, 2013
Words: 78,250 (approximate)
How do you look in the mirror after you've killed a child? Does it matter if it was an accident? Jenna's heart was so filled with guilt and despair that life was not worth living. How could God possibly break through her walls of pain? Jenna's story is one of honest forgiveness and redemption.
Jenna Johnson killed a boy while texting and driving. Her future and her dreams died in the same moment. After two years in prison, she must find her life and a reason to live.
While struggling against guilt, she meets a handsome Christian man who promises that God can fix anything. This was not a message she was willing to accept.
Finally driven to listen, Jenna accepts Jesus into her heart and finds peace at last. But her emotional roller coaster isn't over yet. Torn between two men with opposite lifestyles, she must choose how she to live inside her new faith.
But Jenna faces her biggest challenge after finding her greatest joy. She has so much to lose if she cannot keep her faith.
, san francisco
, redemption story
, forgiveness story
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