Tears in the Sun

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Short story - Lacey, a senior in high school, has never heard of borderline personality disorder yet she lives with it every day. As she begins realizing her family isn't as normal as she thought, she searches for help and answers. Those answers turn her world upside down. She must make life changing decisions for not only herself, but her mentally ill mother who she loves more than anything.

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About J.A. Owenby

J.A. Owenby lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest with her husband and two cats.

She's a published author of six short stories, and she is currently working on her second full-length novel. She also runs her own business as a professional resume writer and interview coach—she helps people find jobs they love.

J.A. is an avid reader of thrillers, romance, new adult, and young adult novels. She loves music, movies, and good wine. And call her crazy, but she loves the rainy Pacific Northwest; she gets her best story ideas while listening to the rain pattering against the windows in front of the fireplace.

You can follow the progress of her upcoming novel on Facebook at Author J.A. Owenby, on Twitter @jaowenby, and her website at www.jaowenby.com.

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Review by: Joyce Savage on April 23, 2015 :
As someone in recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder, I didn't care for this book at all. Lacey's mother is portrayed a violent. Most people with BPD would rather harm themselves than someone else.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Dianne J Wilson on April 23, 2014 :
Tears in the Sun is a painful read in its accuracy of what the families of those suffering with borderline personality disorder live with. It is invaluable in the insight it provides. I think it will give courage to anyone who reads it, firstly to know that what they are living with isn't the norm and secondly to get, and trust, professional help. Owenby has spun a modern day parable tackling a real issue facing our generation. Highly recommended reading.
(reviewed 51 days after purchase)

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