Redeemed, Act II


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Act II of II
In the beginning of this piece of Drew and Kenzie's combined journey, he is just beginning to get his money back, and she is still trying to find her place within her family. With his feet firmly rooted, finally, in a belief in something besides himself and sex, Drew begins a new journey, with a new family. Something he never thought he have, with Kenzie being a willing part of his future.
But even with a testimony of Jesus, and a desire to be a better man, problems, tests, and trials do not just up and disappear. Old flames, siblings, and the merging of two very different lives where compromise is a must all combine to threaten such a new found faith and love.
Is faith enough? Can Drew be the man Kenzie needs? Can Kenzie find her own and become her own woman without becoming overshadowed?
And the questions continue, why can't the rich man get into heaven? Can an amoral sinner really become redeemed?

*** Due to the subject matter, and the realistic way it is written, this book is NOT suitable for children under 16. There is no bad language, and there are NO graphic sex scenes, but I do not gloss over who he is and what he has done. This is not a lighthearted romp, but a hard hitting journey from the depths to the light. ***

(In Act I of II, filthy rich writer of music, Drew, is gifted and professionally flawless. He thinks his sex-filled, godless life is perfect. Until his "accidental" infant daughter is plopped into his arms. Until his money is taken from him. He has no morals and few real friends and he's about to take a crash course in parenting, budgeting, and humility. Kicking and screaming. On his unwanted journey with his child from his amoral past, he begins his search to give her more than he got. But where to start?
He runs into a "good girl" - who is everything he isn't. MacKenzie isn't wealthy, but she is far richer than he is in many ways. He stops kicking and screaming, and becomes determined. Why can't the rich man get into heaven? Can an amoral sinner really become redeemed?)

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