Kayla's Redemption (EPUB)
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About The Book
Since childhood, Kayla Perez has despised the person responsible for every traumatic experience in her life, from her father's death to the loss of her innocence. With a heart filled with anger and bitterness, Kayla strives to live far away from her oppressor – until she meets Samuel Jerrod, who serves the person she hates most: God.
Pastor Samuel Jerrod's caring and patience softens Kayla's heart – but just as she embraces the idea of a loving God, tragedy strikes again. Will Kayla lean on her budding new faith, or will she spiral out of control and lose both salvation and Samuel...?
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About The Author
WANDA B. CAMPBELL is an extraordinary and talented writer who brings creativity, a new sense of hope, and restoration through the healing power of God to the Kingdom, by way of Christian fiction. She uses real life everyday issues to exhort, motivate, and give comfort.
An avid reader since childhood, Wanda responded to the voices in her head and self-published her debut novel, First Sunday In October, in January 2007. The novel gained national recognition and established her literary career. Wanda's literary achievements include: Mommy's Present, a short story appearing in the anthology The Midnight Clear in November 2006, First Sunday in October in January 2007, Crusin for Christ I Short Story Contest winner with Illusions (which landed a multi-book deal with Urban Christian), Illusions, the novel, in February 2009, Right Package, Wrong Baggage in August 2010, and Silver Lining in August 2011.
Wanda is a two-time winner of the Urban Reviews Top Shelf Book Award, two-time winner of Coffee Time Romance’s Critical Review Award, and a three-time Black Expressions Book Club Bestselling Author. She has appeared on the BCNN1/BCBC National Bestselling List multiple times and was nominated at the 2011 African American Literary Awards Show in the Christian Fiction category.