Kelly was bored. Growing up in a quiet Amish town in Northeastern Ohio in the 1970s, she was always on the hunt for excitement. Meeting Dace was an unexpected thrill. Home from the U.S. Navy, this handsome young musician shared his drugs, music, and experiences beyond her naivete. She never dreamed his charming facade hid a misogynist (a woman-hater), eager to take control of her life.
This is Kelly’s journey from pregnant teen bride to brainwashed wife. As life became more dangerous she had to flee to protect herself and her two toddlers.
Her search for independence and approval from men brought her full circle to the peril she’d originally fought to escape.
As a broke and broken single mother, she acknowledged the supernatural forces that had always been at work around her. Kelly was desperate for help and help came in the most unexpected way.
Praying for Murder, Receiving Mercy: From At-Risk to At Peace; My Journey from Fear to Freedom has epoch song references, fun 1970s dialogue, supernatural events, and relatable circumstances. Praying for Murder, Receiving Mercy is relevant, real, and right.
Readers will learn to identify at-risk relationships, discover ways to help single mothers, and see how forgiveness can change lives.