Finding Jeena: A Novel - eBook  -     By: Miralee Ferrell
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Kregel Publications / 2011 / ePub

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Jeena Gregory's new job promised big things--new clothes, new townhouse, new car, new furniture ... in short, a new life. But when rumors around town cast her boss in a shady light, Jeena starts questioning her employer's integrity. Still, the money is good and his ethics aren't her concern. Right?

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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Kregel Publications
Publication Date: 2011
ISBN: 9780825489273
ISBN-13: 9780825489273
Availability: In Stock

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Jeena Gregory is dumped by her boyfriend as this contemporary novel by Ferrell (The Other Daughter) opens. But she can console herself with professional success: a new job as interior designer for a high-end development marks how far she's come from a poor, troubled childhood. Jeena's also got a grandmother who brings out her best. But a major career complication knocks the wheels off the cart of success, and Jeena must make difficult choices. Not much is subtle as this evangelical Christian story predictably unfolds. A number of supporting characters are stereotypical (adorable child, catty friend) rather than convincing; colloquial dialogue rings false; there's even an altar call answered by a character who becomes transformed, a throwback to the days when Christian fiction was highly formulaic. The writing has a tendency to tell instead of show ("a cruel mouth set in a cadaverous, lewd face"; "accentuating his masculine good looks"). Ferrell has ideas, but her execution needs work. (Apr.) Copyright 2010 Reed Business Information.

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