Monday, January 25, 2021
Dana Jordan, a professional counselor in Juneau, Alaska, who is passionate about helping people find solutions to problems. She has a knack for getting to the heart of the matter, finding the underlying event or beliefs that keep her clients tethered to fear and shame. Yet Dana has regrets and heartbreak of her own—the decision to relinquish a daughter at birth fills her with doubt and remorse. What happened to her daughter? Did she have a normal life?
Dana’s search for answers parallels that of her Tuesday therapy group where five diverse women unravel the knots in their lives—Jodi, the brainy archaeologist seeks relief from depression and nightmares; precious Hannah loves the wrong man; persnickety Ellen can’t make a personal decision in spite of her business acumen; the nurturer, Annette, has lost sight of herself; and Raydine’s bipolar threatens her family’s stability.
Readers will identify with the characters’ plights, grieve their struggles, celebrate their victories, and walk alongside Dana as she searches for redemption.
The audible sequels are scheduled for release in the spring, 2021. The full trilogy is available in paperback and ebook.
If you're interested, click on this link: https://www.audible.com/pd/B08P5BQFR4/
Thursday, July 30, 2020
Untethered Heart: Redeemed by Love is now available for pre-order in ebook format. I'm very excited about this final book in the Tethered Trilogy. Therapist, Dana Jordan, shares 'center stage' with her father as they grapple with the memories of Dana's mother, and the need to find her.. I hope you'll check it out on Amazon. Here's the link to find it.
Splintered lives always lean toward restoration
Therapist Dana Jordan basks in the reconciliation of her family. She cherishes each milestone of the new relationship with her adult daughter. All the wounds of the past are healed, except the oldest and deepest—finding the mother who walked away from Dana herself as a child. When her mother is found hiding in plain sight, the decades of grief and anger are at war with forgiveness and belonging. Can love and family be restored after a lifetime of betrayal?