Jasmine marks the beginning of a new series by M. D. Meyer, one that chronicles the healing journey of seven young people in the fictional First Nations community of Rabbit Lake. The first step in the healing journey is to courageously "face the problem." Jasmine Peters is doing everything in her power to avoid talking about, or dealing with, what happened to her. But when the past interfaces with the future, Jasmine not only puts herself at risk but also endangers the life of newly commissioned RCMP constable, Andrew Martin. "This new series of books by M. D. Meyer will be a help to those who are on a healing journey from hurts in their past and it will also provide a bridge of understanding for those who have not experienced this kind of pain. She has a gift of bringing the characters to life in a First Nations community setting with all the hardships and joys that it brings." Selma Poulin, MA, counselor, board member of Rising Above Abuse Counseling Agency, and author of How to Counsel a Sexually Abused Person.