(Promises is Book Two in the Drifters Series, A Song For Josh is Book One)
Jessie Wheeler's past catches up with her as an old nemesis settles in Vancouver, threatening to destroy any chance at the singer's newfound happiness. But Jessie is an old hat at acting. She has picked up the habit of disappearing inside herself and creating characters in order to help herself survive. Backed into a corner by Deuce McCall, she relies on a tougher version of herself to help her through the dark days while she seeks a solution to free herself of Deuce's clutches. As she tries to gain a foothold in her struggle, one thing becomes clear - she may have to risk everything she has found - friendships, love, a successful career as a singer / songwriter and actor - in order to save the one thing she loves the most.
"Love is a promise, love is a souvenir, once given never forgotten, never let it disappear." John Lennon
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novel A Certain Kind of Freedom was a Finalist in the Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia Atlantic Writing Awards for unpublished manuscripts.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.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I don't know what to say. My heart is broken. Jessie and Josh have been through so much and there were definitely times I was screaming for her to just open up but ultimately understood her choices (some of them anyway) I felt Promises flowed easily than the first book and found myself not wanting to put it down. I truly don't know how my heart is going to survive 10+ books. If the rest are anything like the first two, it's going to be some journey. - The great loves never go away. They don't fade. They stick in hearts like arrows from a time gone by, or daggers given a twist now and again just to ensure the ungodly agony of defeat and loss is still felt.