When Abbie Brookhart started life over in Estes Park, she left behind her abusive husband. She met a wonderful man, and things began to get better. She had no way of knowing that her ex-husband was stalking her, intent on only one thing—revenge!
The word “courage” is not in Abbie Brookhart’s vocabulary. Years of abuse have taught her that it is better to hide than to fight. When her husband’s abuse turns murderous, terror forces her to flee. Desperate, she accepts help at a women’s shelter in Denver, intending to start over. But the echoes of abuse that whisper in her heart saying, “you can’t trust anyone including yourself,” and “love hurts,” continue to thwart her attempts at creating a new life. As she overcomes one obstacle after another, she discovers an untapped well of courage, and learns of a new, unexpected source of love and hope. When her husband tracks her down, intent on killing her and her daughters, Abbie must put into action what she has learned. Unfortunately only time will tell how well she has learned these new lessons – and time is the one thing she doesn’t have.
About the Book
When You Wish Upon a Star: Finding Love in the Rockies
by Nancy Segovia
Faith and Reason Publishing
September 3, 2011
About Nancy Segovia
Nancy Segovia has been a professional writer for over 20 years. She has achieved publishing success in the fields of adult fiction, children’s literature, newspaper journalism, feature magazine articles and poetry. She is happily married, and has five daughters, five granddaughters and one, adorable grandson. She loves to fish and is a prize-winning cook.
Her other published works include “When You Wish Upon A Star” and “Benjamin’s Bride” both of which are scheduled to be released later this year from Faith and Reason Publishing. She also has several other completed works which will also be published by Faith and Reason Publishing over the course of the next few years.
Nancy Segovia has a Master of Arts Degree in Religion from Northwest Nazarene University, and a Masters of Liberal Studies in Creative Writing from the University of Denver. She currently writes and teaches college-level English classes.
Faith must be enforced by reason. When faith becomes blind it dies.