Jenny is the story of a sweet and bright eleven-year-old girl who has had to grow up too quickly. Her birth mother, Natasha, a single, drug-addicted parent, had five children by different men who have abandoned her. The effects of drug abuse on Natasha had opened a vacancy in the home for the position of "mother." The only willing applicant had been Jenny who stepped into the role of managing to care for her younger siblings when her mother was out. A tragic series of events leads to the inevitable decision of removing the children from Natasha and placing them with a loving, young couple who eventually adopted all of them when Jenny was six. Jenny continually finds it challenging to trust anyone.Haunted by her perceived responsibility of protecting her siblings, Jenny encounters a series of twists and turns in her teenage years that keep triggering her issues of anger and unforgiveness towards her birth mother and places her at risk for repeating Natasha's mistakes. However, Jenny discovers that God, who has a plan for Jenny, and open adoption are the keys for healing.
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