Two Separate Lives.
One Chance Meeting.
Seated at a table on the patio of a restaurant, Maya Campbell waits for her date to arrive. She notices a young man enter with his friends, and as they lock eyes she is instantly reminded of a tall oak: strong and protective.
Chris Lawrence, momentarily mesmerized by this beautiful young woman sitting alone, barely has a chance to catch his breath, as his friends sweep him along to the far end of the restaurant—her captivating countenance, a mere memory.
Why is it so difficult to find love?
When Maya’s relationship ends instead of moving forward, she is left questioning herself, wondering if she will ever find her life partner. She longs for support from her parents but is repeatedly disappointed.
Chris finds himself caught up in a tangle of emotions as he stumbles with his faith and wrestles with a demanding relationship.
Each recalls that chance encounter with each other so many years ago, but it isn’t until a devastating event that they finally meet face to face. But is the timing right? Will the spark that Maya and Chris felt twelve years ago be ignited or does God have another plan?
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Naomi is a wife and mother with all the visible trappings of success, but her life is a mess. As a wife and mother, she tries to navigate her way through the storms that threaten to overwhelm and plunge her into darkness.
Her husband, Peter, a successful lawyer, is dealing with the consequences of a temporary lapse in judgement. Their only hope for happiness is to find a way to heal the rift and mend the marriage.
As Naomi faces one tragic event after another, instead of leaning more on God, she pulls further and further away, to the point of despair.
Will Naomi learn to forgive?
Will she renew her faith and find hope for tomorrow? When God is Silent is a passionate story of redemption, forgiveness, hope and second chances.
Lily Mason's gut-wrenching decision changes everything, including the life of her beloved baby girl, Sisi.
Raised on a Caribbean island by her grandmother, Bridget “Biddy” Mason, Sisi learns quickly, about unconditional love, the importance of faith, and the significance of family.
When Biddy gets too sick to take care of her, Sisi must endure the cold, inhospitable home of her distant father and callous stepmother in Canada. As the granddaughter of a former indigenous chief on the island, Sisi does not fit in at school or university. Although a gifted student, she constantly has to deal with rejection, racism, and relentless bullying.
Are Faith, Hope, and Love enough for this Kalinago girl to survive?
In the rush to keep pace with life we often forget to slow down, to listen, and to see what is around us. These poems are a reminder that we can be uplifted and have peace and joy by enjoying life's simple pleasures.
It is never too late to start-to start over or to love again. Although we have many blessings in our lives, we can also have pain, despair, and sorrow. This collection encourages, shares love, and gives hope.
I hope you can identify with these poems.