Life is full of change, and for Rosalyn, her transformation begins with the tragic death of her husband, the man she adored since the day they took their vows. Decisions and challenges that were once made and faced together are now hers alone to consider and overcome.
Rosalyn was once an example of a strong and courageous wife, but now she walks alone through her chaotic world of grief and loss. As a new life beckons her forward, her past continues to paint a dim, pain-filled reflection.
Her childhood was not all puppies and rainbows; it was filled with heartache, sadness, and several distressing memories. She recalls the complications that arose which caused her to leave home in her most formidable teenage years and the scandal which would ultimately determine decisions she would later make.
With extraordinary bravery, Rosalyn navigates through murky memories as she presses on toward her new life. Her comfort now comes from knowing that her husband…her love, now watches over her from above. He is with her in spirit on her journey through the deepest recesses of her mind. Ultimately, Rosalyn hopes to emerge from her struggles into a newfound freedom to be able to live and love once again.
“Theresa Franklin puts into words what many readers may feel solely in their hearts,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing. “Fans of romance authors like Nicholas Sparks or Jane Austin will be overjoyed to find another accomplished and gifted writer to add to their list.”
Theresa Franklin grew up in Houston, Texas where she attended East Texas Baptist College and met her husband on a blind date. They married a short time later and moved outside of Beaumont, Texas where they currently reside. Theresa is a Christian, wife, mother, administrator, and teacher. She became a teacher twenty-four years ago with the goal of showing children unconditional love. Now retired from education, she is the author of A Sunny Tomorrow as well as the highly touted Triumph Through Trial, both published by Brighton Publishing, as well as the children’s book, Don’t Forget Daddy.