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Jaime’s Place is a story of love. Love between psychologist Jake Alexander and lawyer Valencia Santos. Love between them and Sarah Lyons, their surrogate grandmother. And the love all three have for the five confused teenagers to whom they commit themselves.

It is a story of struggle as these five teens come to terms with their problems. Struggle as Dr. Jake uses his therapeutic expertise and martial arts to protect them. Struggle as the three...
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Jaime's Place

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Overview

Jaime’s Place is a story of love. Love between psychologist Jake Alexander and lawyer Valencia Santos. Love between them and Sarah Lyons, their surrogate grandmother. And the love all three have for the five confused teenagers to whom they commit themselves.

It is a story of struggle as these five teens come to terms with their problems. Struggle as Dr. Jake uses his therapeutic expertise and martial arts to protect them. Struggle as the three adults strive to help the teens succeed and the teens themselves struggle to overcome feelings of loss and disenchantment.

Finally, it is a story of hope. Hope as the teenagers confront their problems and gain insight into a better future for themselves. Hope the three adults experience as they observe the positive changes in these young people. And the hope they all share that does not falter even when the possibility of failure looms.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014789806
  • Publisher: DLite Press
  • Publication date: 6/4/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • File size: 125 KB

Meet the Author

C. D. Grant is a nationally-published journalist and poet and co-founder of Blind Beggar Press, Inc., an independent publishing company established in 1977. He has three volumes of poetry and his articles have appeared in such publications as Essence Magazine, Fine Arts Magazine, Black Masks, African Voices, the Amsterdam News, and others. His scholarly papers have been published by or presented for Pace University, Howard University, University of California/Berkeley, the ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education at Columbia University, and The City University of New York Journal for Community Colleges. He is an alumnus of Bronx Community and Hunter Colleges of CUNY and received an M.S. in Journalism from Iona College. For several years Grant worked as a counselor and social worker for various agencies and institutions. He resides in White Plains, New York and Charlotte, North Carolina.
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