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Winds of Hope by Anita Stansfield

Winds of Hope

by Anita Stansfield

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This amazing story with Jayson Wolfe and the struggle that he goes through. He attends rehab from using prescription drugs and getting addicted. His daughter returns from running away when she was 12. She get's better and lives upon being regular and attending school. Jayon Wolfe and Macy Wolfe still live in Elizabeth's home with her children. They become relativly family to each other. They take car of each other's needs and want's. It eventually comes about that Elizabeth and Jayson can't cope from being not togethor anymore so Jayson takes a turn in his which gives them relativly dates that they attend and eventully marriege. Jayson continues on his music and he becomes a part of the LDS church, baptized and the whole nine yards. Eventually Macy gets baptized the same day. Everything that Jayson has finally dramed is now coming true. He gets back to his musical talent and starts new songs with a new CD that comes out that same year. Elizabeth attends to him in her back singing vocals and they both love going on tour together. It happens with a wonderful ending in the book Winds of Hope.

My opinion about this book is very amazing... The author is so amazing, and she gets to the point with so many ideas that happens in this story. She lives upon what she knows what she is wrighting about. She has so many climax parts in this story. To be honest I really think that the whole book is a climax. It's starts off as if you are shooting to the stars, and it stays like that for the whole book. There are many series of Anita Stansfield and this kind of book, it just can't get any better in my opinion. ( )
  JeremyCarlson | Mar 19, 2011 |
The struggle Jayson goes through to overcome his addiction eventually brings him home to his daughter and his first love. The happy ending finally comes through great struggle for all.
Heart-rending story that captures the reader and won't let go until the very last page.
  nolak | May 23, 2009 |
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"When it came time for Will and Elizabeth to leave, Jayson felt like a lost child, alone and terrified. Elizabeth whispered near his ear, "I will be praying for you constantly. God will get you through this, Jayson. Nobody else can. He will give you the peace and the strength you need." Jayson nodded but couldn't speak. He turned and walked away, feeling as if he were about to literally descend into the depths of hell. And nobody could spare him from the inevitable consequences of the choices he'd made to bring himself to this point. Not even God could do that"-- Cover.… (more)

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