Book: White Heaven Women - Inspired by a true story in Rheged by Jessie B Tysoncategories: Book, Women, Disabled and Cute, Spiritual, Historical, Cumbria, Family Drama, Abused Children, Workhouses, Poorhouses, Love, Estranged Royals, Homeless, Happy Ending, Paranormal
Jessie B Tysonabout this book: Back in the year 2000, Sally returns to White Heaven, Cumbria after attaining her degree in Lancaster University. She is haunted for years by persistent nightmares about evil spirits, and a baby girl crushed to death at birth in 1899, and that babies surviving twin sister is cursed with Cerebral palsy, a terrible affliction for those days.
Lady Constance is the fourteen-year-old mother and she defies her own mother by keeping Beth, her surviving twin baby but who is the baby's father?
What do Sally's frightening dreams mean? She knows they must imply something, but what? She seeks help from a local psychic and is instructed to attend a past life meeting. It's there Sally meets a Cerebral Palsy sufferer, 101-year-old Beth Witherspoon. Is she the same Beth from Sally's nightmares?
Sally is persuaded by a gracious blue Spirit to document a family history filled with deception, abuse and cruel immorality. Can Sally summon strength and faith to become the woman she is destined to be, the last descendant of the White Heaven Women?
WHITE HEAVEN WOMEN has a happy ending although some readers have said it's a cliff-hanger. Why don't you read it and let me know?
I was inspired to write this story while home nursing a lady in the UK. (No, this story is not about her or her family.) This is the 2nd edition of my debut novel, WHITE HEAVEN WOMEN.
It has received a thorough edit, and a new and beautiful professional cover which shows the UK area the characters (and myself) are from. It was first published traditionally in 2012.
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