by Michael Jacob

April 2003
ISBN: 1-553-95728-8
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Trade Paperback

Jennifer is a young woman who has a heart condition. While in Las Vegas, she has an attack. As she waits to die, Jennifer starts to relive her life.

As a child, she had lived with her mother, Fabiola. She experienced things that no child should ever have to. Growing up, Jennifer becomes involved in relationships with friends, boyfriends and strangers. These relationships arenít always the healthy kind. She learns to get something out of each one that will help her mature and survive.

Yet, Jenniferís life isnít always what it seems to be. She must take the time to figure out what is best for her and how to make her life a life worth living. Learning the truth about her past will help Jennifer look to the future.

Kiddy J. Jennifer is an eerily surreal story about one woman trying to survive in a world that whirls out of control. We are treated to the scariest parts of human nature. The obsession of lovers for each other. The violence of men who believe they are owed something. But we are also given hope in a young woman who needs to find the love she feels for herself to survive.

Reviewed in March 2004 by Jenni.

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