Nora and Connie know loss, betrayal, rejection, and the pain of unforgiveness. Together, they have created a Forgiveness Retreat that heals what was broken. But this year is special. Their ten-year anniversary retreat is in Negril, Jamaica, at the Azul Resort. And a mystical weaver, Mama Rue, promises that this year will be different for four of their attendees.
In Mama’s Blues, after thirty years, Jillian’s father left her mother for a girl her age. Virginia’s anger had her getting bitter, not better, and poor Jillian was reeling from the fallout. A Forgiveness Retreat in Jamaica would save her mother and herself. No one warned her that Adulting was this hard. She was giving peace a chance. But what about the handsome stranger who promised her more?
In Remember Jamaica, Anastasia was finally at peace. She had ripped the albatross off her neck and dumped her toxic fiancé. Now, she was tasked to go to Jamaica as an administrative assistant for her boss’s annual Forgiveness Retreat. But would she refuse the love and forgiveness offered to her along the way?
In How To Love Yourself, single mother Terri has three boys to look after but can’t do it effectively because she’s heartbroken by their father’s abandonment. So when her mentor implores her to attend her Forgiveness Retreat in Jamaica, Terri clutches it as a last-ditch effort to save her sanity. But when a new love is offered, will Terri give love a chance?
In Free At Last, Miriam’s life is topsy-turvy. She’s newly engaged when a tragic loss places her in a tailspin. So when an old friend throws her a lifeline by gifting her the Forgiveness Retreat in Jamaica, she takes it. Little does she know that forgiving is her biggest gift and accepting it is her biggest challenge. Will she accept the Gift of Freedom?