Love, Justice (#01 in Beautiful Lives Series)
Justice has grown up with a father who couldn?t settle down. He left his family to pursue travel and relationships around the world. Each partner seems to get younger. Since she was four years old, it's just been her, her...
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Justice has grown up with a father who couldn?t settle down. He left his family to pursue travel and relationships around the world. Each partner seems to get younger. Since she was four years old, it's just been her, her mum and brother. Justice has a strong sense of injustice in the world and often gets frustrated that she can?t do anything significant. Her letters to her sponsor child in Rwanda and her commitment to him have been great but she wants to do so much more. She wants to make a difference, to work for world peace, end poverty and bring justice to the fore. Just when she is figuring some things out and becoming involved in the peace movement, her father returns. He brings with him a young woman who is now supposed to be a part of their family. He expects them all to accept the situation and has no idea of the consequences this will bring to them all. Sometimes life isn?t fair but we have to find a way to do the right thing.
After many years as an experienced and respected secondary school educator, Elaine began writing for young women. She sees the need to teach young people to have resilience, confidence and a strong sense of purpose. Her husband, Steve is a photographer and they both spend significant time traveling the world gaining inspiration. Elaine also works for Transform Cambodia as an educational consultant. The role involves travel to Cambodia and the training of teachers. Elaine has published two non-fiction books: Beautiful: beauty tips for the soul and Too Beautiful: more beauty tips for the soul. Her first young adult novel, Perfect Mercy, was released in 2012. You can find out more about Elaine at www.beautifulbooks.co