A Man Inspired

A Man Inspired

by Derek Jackson
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A Man Inspired by Derek Jackson

He's the man if you're lonely, lost, or just want to feel good. He's Jermaine Hill, megahot motivational speaker who inspires people everywhere to go for their dreams and make their lives better. With a top-rated TV show, money beyond his wildest dreams, and women for the asking, he's got everything...except a reason to keep on living. For Jermaine's past taught him that life is about losing everyone you love, and the people he meets now believe friendship is strictly for mutual profit at best. Surrounded by the glitter of his success, Jermaine is in the dark and without a guide, trying to fight the depression threatening his sanity. There's only one way to happiness. He must find the faith that he's never truly known. Soon, in the face of a wrenching scandal-and a love he feels unworthy to claim-Jermaine will face his biggest challenge ever: to believe in God more than himself.

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ISBN-13: 9780446693523
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 01/01/2005
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.90(d)

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Man Inspired 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Divine Intervention' will be the title of my 1st book, with the grace of God. I have known all my life that the love of reading and writing , that God has placed in me the power to do both. After reading this great work of Derek Jackson, 'a Man Inspired', has inspired me to finally write about my life and struggles. After recently being healed from a bout of depression, this was a soothing moment in my life. Thank you Mr Jackson for your writings and allowing the Lord to direct your steps. The character of Jermaine Hill came alive in me. His sruggle with accepting Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior was a battle within his mind and spirit. I also have a passion to do speaking regarding domestic violence within in my the church and this was confirmation to proceed. Prayer for me as I will be lifting you in prayer. Continue to write and Inspire with the Lord's blessings.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Dereek Jackson is an excellent writer, I enjoyed this book so much that I read it in two days. I truly hope there is a follow up to this book.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Gifted orator Jermaine Hill has reached the pinnacle of American life. He is famous, wealthy, and has his choice of beautiful women desiring him. In spite of living what everyone assumes is the good life; Jermaine is depressed having never recovered from the car accident that killed his best friends even though the tragedy occurred nine years ago.--- Freelance writer Candace Clark wants to do an article on Jermaine; he reluctantly agrees perhaps because fame has left him lonely and she is a rarity as he is attracted to her. However, Candace is a pious soul and Jermaine¿s lifestyle leaves him undesirable even if she desires him. Meanwhile Gossip columnist Chantal Dixon sees a story breaking with this couple; she hires a detective to trail the couple in hopes of capturing a romantic scoop, but instead captures something more valuable, Jermaine¿s suicide attempt.--- A MAN INSPIRED is a strong contemporary tale yet falls short due to a too easy resolution at the climax to complex issues. The story line starts slow as the audience meets the interesting despondent star while gaining insight into this suicidal soul, picks up when the inspirational Candace arrives in Hollywood, and goes stratospheric when the conniving Chantal takes aim at the couple. Well written, Derek Jackson furbishes an intriguing story starring a multifaceted tortured lead character, whose salvation comes too easily and abruptly.--- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago