About this Book
JC Harmon thought his dream of opening a youth center died when he was nearly killed in a horrific car accident. The fact he survived at all was nothing short of a miracle. He had always wanted to find a way to help troubled kids. Even with the support of his entire family, would he be able to run a youth center? Would he be able to find ways to reach kids who needed help, but had nowhere to turn? Before the accident, music was a large part of his life. Would he ever be able to play the piano or compose music again?
Life had never been easy for Amy Phoenix and her younger brother Matthew, but he meant the world to her, and she would do whatever was necessary to protect him. When she heard about a new youth center opening in town, would that be the answer she was looking for? Would that be a way to keep Matt safe and off the streets?
is a story of God’s healing power. It’s a story of seeing ourselves and our potential the way God sees us. Without setting limits on ourselves, we can overcome life’s challenges and make our dreams come true.
JC's Hope is Book Two of the A Place Called Hope
series. Also check out Book One of this series,
A Diamond in the Rough
Review for JC's Hope
is an inspiring story of a young man rebuilding his life after nearly losing it, then using that gift of more time to help others. Amy is the epitome of what a big sister should be, putting her all into keeping her little brother safe, even from those who should be protecting him from the world. The author does a wonderful job helping you empathize with the experiences of her characters, and you find yourself rooting for even the least lovable among them. The descriptions are impeccable, and the dialogue feels very real. Highly recommend – five stars!”
~ Chereé Dennison ~
About the Author
With dreams of becoming a Christian author, Joyce Byers Hill spent twenty-eight years as a full-time sales analyst for a world-wide corporation, crunching numbers by day and writing by night. She majored in Creative Writing in college, and always found writing to be therapeutic. Joyce is a devout Christian and enjoys writing fiction and poetry from a Christian perspective.
is Joyce’s second novel, now Book Two in the
A Place Called Hope
Joyce has a lifelong love of baseball, and enjoys writing, drawing, playing the accordion, scrapbooking, and researching family history. With a father who was an engineer, designing and building things were part of her childhood. Therefore, she learned at an early age the importance of nurturing her creativity.
Joyce lives in Central Washington and is blessed to have been chosen to be the mother of an incredible daughter and a wonderful son-in-law.
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