Jaq with a Q by Jettie Woodruff
Well, now I know why the synopsis was so brief and gave so little away, it’s because the story had more to say than could have ever been surmised in just a few short sentences.
Some have said this was a unique story but aren’t they all in their own way, don’t get me wrong I’m not implying that this wasn’t I just don’t think the word unique does it justice.
There was a feel about this story that touch on being ethereal, or maybe that was just the way that Jaq came across, emotionally waiflike.
One mistake, one misdialled number and life for both Jaq and Ollie not only changed but found purpose.
Ollie has an unwavering need to find and help the girl that he feels he was connected to for a reason, a person that he could make a difference with, a girl that could be his more, his everything.
Jaq on the other end, was the girl that had reached end of her road, in her mind, she was better off dead and if hiring someone to carry out that task was the last thing she did, then the universe had bigger plans because despite the fact that she was emotionally fragile, when Ollie is put in her life, it was like a switch had been turned on.
Ollie was exactly who Jaq needed, sent almost to show her that the shadows where she lived, the darkness that had eaten its way into her soul could be banished, that her fears could be overcome.
He fought so hard to make sure that Jaq saw her worth, her purpose, her light, he put his heart and soul into helping her find her heart and soul in return.
There was so much in this book that almost defied reason, circumvented normal feeling and weighed heavily on the right side of being grateful.
I was grateful that Ollie took fate’s hand and sought Jaq out.
I was grateful that Jaq accepted what Ollie was offering and was willing to open up.
I was grateful that together they were able to forge a beautiful friendship that was founded on patience, empathy and consideration.
Please don’t expect to finish this book unaffected, heck don’t even expect to finish the first chapter unaffected, because this will leave it mark.
A beautiful story that is so much more than unique; it's matchless, distinctive, exceptional and whatever else the dictionary has to offer
Topic: Jaq with a Q by Jettie Woodruff
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