White Roses: A Novel about Redemption
Aspiring singer Jasmine Sanchez, hides a mysterious painful past, one who producer Andrew Williams tries to unravel and help her recover from. After recurrent dreams about white roses, Jasmine then learns she’s an extraordinary dreamer who foresees fragments of futuristic events she fails to understand. Later Jasmine learns what the dreams portended and how they changed her life forever. Jasmine learns that the only way to let go of our past is by simply letting go of any rancor and understand that “only a life lived for others, is worth living.”
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