A Lifetime of Regrets

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AuthorHouse, Mar 3, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages
A Lifetime of Regrets is a true story about a young girl named C.J. who begins her life on a military base in Kansas, then moves to Nebraska where her mother is from. Her father soon tires of city life and yearns to go back to his roots in Missouri. He finds some land in Southeast Missouri and moves his family there to begin a new life in the country. C.J. takes you back through all her childhood memories and adventures she went through growing up. She finds out life is not as innocent and carefree as before. Her school years become difficult to deal with as she tries to cope with her deformity and insecurities. After school she jumps right into the work force and discovers herself in a world of free love and promiscuity. She searches through life for the one man who can give her the love she so desperately needs. As she looks for the life she thinks she wants, she runs head on with one disaster after another. Her addictive behaviors eventually take her to a dark and evil world. Her mistakes lead her to nothing but sadness and shame. She struggles to break free from it and regain her Christian life back.

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About the author (2011)

C.J. Rowley has lived in the Ozarks since the late 1950’s and enjoys all the four seasons as they arrive. She has moved away a few times, but always returns to her roots there. She shares her home with her feline friends Maxwell, Elizabeth and Joey and has four beautiful grandchildren whom she loves dearly. C.J. still works for Wal-Mart and has just finished celebrating 25 years with them this year. When not working, she enjoys her favorite hobbies of fishing, gardening and quilting. Since she enjoyed writing this book so much, she intends to start on another one very soon.

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