Brighton Publishing releases "Beulah's Song" in print format from novelist P.J. Rhea
"In a passionate and profoundly moving work, novelist P.J. Rhea shows how true love can win out over prejudice."
"Beulah's Song" is now available in print and eBook from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading book retailers nationwide. The print format is distributed by Ingram, the world's largest wholesale book distributor, in addition to being available worldwide through the Espresso Book Machine Network.
Synopsis: Willamina Pettigrew hated her name. Unlike her two prim and proper sisters she was a tomboy. The son her father never had so he called her Willie.
She loved to work on the ranch, ride horses, climb trees and draw. She was young and naive and knew little of the racial hatred that brewed outside of her small world.
That all changed one night when she discovered a man at the edge of the stream where she loved to go late at night. A beautiful man with the voice of an angel.
Isaiah Reed was a black man hired by a neighboring farmer for the summer. He had experienced a great deal of the hatred some felt for people different from themselves and he had the scars to prove it.
Beulah's Song is a love story that covers a lifetime of overcoming the pain of hatred, separation and acceptance. How true love can win out over prejudice when you learn to love from the inside out.
Author P.J. Rhea is a southern preacher's wife. Married for forty-six years, she and her husband, Mike, live in their Tennessee home. There, she is surrounded by the memories and dreams of her youth in the very place where she watched her three children and eight grandchildren grow. And there, amid the sweet, summer breezes over the fertile land between the Duck and Piney Rivers, she listened to her heart and the echoes of history.
It was from those enchanting melodies that ideas sprang forth which would become her first published book, "Old Harbor: Sisters of Circumstance,"