I lost. I hurt.
Everybody has a breaking point. Jessie Wheeler’s is Josh – when he hurts, she hurts. In Let The Music Cry, Jessie faces an impossible truth – she needs to help herself, but all of her strength is embroiled in her husband. Josh is lost – he’s so entangled in a dark, downward spiral that his Drifters friends, his family, and his wife are losing faith in his ability to ever rebound.
The last thing Jessie wants to do is let Josh go, because she knows she is the key to his future. She is Josh’s rock, his faith, his hope. Without her, she knows he will lose the will to go on.
Before she can help Josh, Jessie has to save herself. But how can she pull herself up out of the darkness when she can no longer see the light? For Jessie, the answer should be easy…through music. But a sad couple’s vicious game has stolen the key to Jessie’s love for songwriting. Now, only one person has the power to nudge Jessie’s broken soul back into music, and thus, back into life – and his name is Jacob
About the Author
Susan Rodgers’ first novel A Certain Kind of Freedom was a Finalist in the Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia Atlantic Writing Awards for unpublished manuscripts. Owner / Operator of Bluemountain Entertainment, she is a graduate of Vancouver Film School. Formerly a museum curator, Susan lives with her partner Stephen and her cat Oliver in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada, and makes frequent trips to Vancouver to visit her son Christopher.