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Maker Of Footprints by Sheila Turner Johnston
About The Book
Meeting him was easy. It was knowing him that burned bone.
Paul Shepherd is dangerous. He crashes into Jenna’s life like an asteroid into an ocean. Willful and exhausting, he stirs feelings that make her confront all that has kept her safe – and bored.
Relentless and determined, he needs Jenna with a desperation she does not understand. Jenna discovers that, although she can try to hide from Paul, there is nowhere to hide from herself.
But he is married…
What do you do when you discover you are not the person you thought you were?
This is a slow paced story; full of emotions and feelings that will put your life in perspective and start following your dreams for once and for all.
This is the story of Jenna, how she has a controlled life with her predictable boyfriend Adam; but everything will change when she will meet Paul, Adam’s brother. He is self centered but will make Jenna’s desires to change and make her to want things she never thought she would.
Paul is married and Jenna has a boyfriend, but this would not seem important compared to their feelings; the life of these four people will change completely and many tears will be dropped till they discover their real feelings.
This is a discovery book, Jenna has spent all her life without risks or complaints; but Paul intrigues her and she has much deeper feelings for him than she should have for a brother-in-law. Will they be able to keep all of the fire or it will explode and burn everyone around them?
The problem with feelings is that they are uncontrollable and sometimes they appear without your permission; but how can you keep them quiet or taken care of? Jenna will have a very difficult decision to make, is this just a fling or something much deeper? Is Paul the love of her live or is Adam?
So many questions to answer… and the only way to know the truth is to read the book! I will only say that it had a happy ending!
About The Author
Sheila Turner Johnston was born in west Cork, Ireland and spent her childhood in different counties the length and breadth of the country, as the family moved wherever her father’s job took him. She attended Queen’s University, Belfast, and apart from managing to graduate against all her expectations, one of her best experiences was reading her poetry to an audience that included Seamus Heaney.
Sheila has won prizes for both fiction and non-fiction, and has written many articles for both local and national publications. She and her husband Norman founded the publishing house Colourpoint Creative Ltd, which is now owned and managed by their two sons.