Trying To Fly

By Annie Try

Engaging romance/crime novel The suicide that Jenny Drake witnessed as a girl on a Devon beach has overshadowed her life ever since Determined to confront the past, she returns to the scene with a local man, Jim – but soon… Read more »

Engaging romance/crime novel

The suicide that Jenny Drake witnessed as a girl on a Devon beach has overshadowed her life ever since

Determined to confront the past, she returns to the scene with a local man, Jim – but soon their lives are in danger…

Romance begins to bubble, but is Jim everything he appears to be?

Realistic and sympathetic view of what it means to be agoraphobic

Allegorical story written from Christian worldview, exploring themes of restoration and growth

Jenny has a lapsed Christian faith, but Jim has a more vibrant relationship with God

Jenny moves from being a weak, frightened individual to someone much stronger and focused on overcoming her past

How Jim sees Jenny differs from her own negative view of herself. Symbolic of the way God sees us through the eyes of love, and how the knowledge of God’s love helps us grow

As Chair of the Association of Christian Writers, Angela is passionate about writing fiction that engages both Christians and non-Christians

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Engaging romance/crime novel

The suicide that Jenny Drake witnessed as a girl on a Devon beach has overshadowed her life ever since

Determined to confront the past, she returns to the scene with a local man, Jim – but soon their lives are in danger…

Romance begins to bubble, but is Jim everything he appears to be?

Realistic and sympathetic view of what it means to be agoraphobic

Allegorical story written from Christian worldview, exploring themes of restoration and growth

Jenny has a lapsed Christian faith, but Jim has a more vibrant relationship with God

Jenny moves from being a weak, frightened individual to someone much stronger and focused on overcoming her past

How Jim sees Jenny differs from her own negative view of herself. Symbolic of the way God sees us through the eyes of love, and how the knowledge of God’s love helps us grow

As Chair of the Association of Christian Writers, Angela is passionate about writing fiction that engages both Christians and non-Christians

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