Daisies in the Rain
Suffering a stroke while still in the womb means Anna has a lifetime of physical limitations to overcome. With her best friend Sierra by her side, Anna feels as if she can take on the world. But when tragedy strikes, Anna is left with overwhelming doubts and uncertainties.
Daisies in the Rain is a story of heartbreak and triumph in the lives of a group of teenage friends. Sickness, death, and heartache land squarely in the lives of Anna, Sierra, Peter, and Darcy, testing them in ways they could never imagine.
With tragedy comes a choice. Will Anna do whatever it takes to save her best friend? Even if it means her own life may never be the same?
About Deborah Reed (Grand Rapids, Michigan Author)
Deborah wrote her first novel as a teenager. After letting it sit in a drawer for almost 20 years, her sister encouraged her to dig it out and re-write it with a bit more adult perspective. That one project has developed into several novels over two main genres: Inspirational Young Adult and Action/Suspense.
Deborah's action/suspense books are filled with action, mystery, adventure, a bit of romance, and enough excitement to grab the reader from the first page to the last. She writes in a style that won't embarrass her mother but doesn't shy away from the gritty reality of the worlds she creates. Deborah's inspirational young adult novels are based on challenges children and adults alike face every day, and her characters touch the hearts of readers even after the last page has been turned. Deborah's hope is that the message her novels contain will help and encourage those who read them.
Deborah lives in West Michigan with her husband and two children. She is an accomplished pianist and is active in the music ministry at church. She also enjoys running and photography. Recently, Deborah had the opportunity to participate in Johnathan Rand's Author Quest camp as an instructor. She fell in love with the haven of encouragement Author Quest gives young writers. To find out more about Author Quest, click here: http://www.americanchillers.com/