Birth of the Phoenix is a poignant yet gallant story of a woman whose marriage is filled not with love, but infinite pain and agony. Beth thought that her marriage to Jeff would save her from being alone after her parentsa death. Little did she know that Jeff would become her worst nightmare and her marriage would be her greatest and most painful sacrifice. On the surface, people would think she has everything that she wanted. However, in reality she was like a pincushion that was constantly poked with pinches, punches, harsh words, evil looks, insults, and hostility. In short, she was an abused wife until a near-death incident changed everything. From living in a hell-like marriage, with every moment with Jeff filled with nothing but fear and pain, Beth will reclaim her own life. She will experience rebirth and emerge as an empowered woman who will fight for her rights and the safety of her child, free from Jeff as hostility. Her battle in court against him has just begun. Will Beth triumph against Jeff, and will she be able to find true love? Through Birth of the Phoenix, readers will discover the essence and value of a woman and will understand the real meaning of a wife. It is a realistic portrayal of a womanas complex life, which will empower women to fight for their rights and emerge as confident, brilliant, and powerful. Giving out insights on womenas rights, this powerful book will make a difference in every womanas life. aMs. Miller has gifted us with an authentic glimpse of not only the suffering but how victims of all kinds of abuse can heal and transform themselves, creating new lives that surpass their expectations. This novel will inspire and encourage women everywhere to find their power and take control of their lives. I couldnat put it down...a Robin Conrad, Family Violence Advocate, The Jeanne Geiger Crisis CenterIt had been awhile since Beth cooked a full meal, never mind an entire turkey dinner. ... She melted a stick of butter, sautAced the onions and celery, added the bag of breadcrumbs and a quarter cup of ... Her mother had always cooked turkeys upside down so that all of the juices and flavor would seep into the breast of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Birth of the Phoenix|
|Author||:||Harriett B. Varney Miller|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2010-02-02|