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Legendary rock singer Britt Jordan is at the pinnacle of his career—at least as far as the world knows. But Britt’s voice is failing and a terrible event in his past haunts him every moment. He thinks that his life is a hopeless shipwreck…until the night he is stopped dead in his tracks by a woman’s smile. With the same determination that propelled him to stardom, he begins to create a new life with Dena and her daughter, Bonnie. Britt’s presence in Dena’s life brings more than paparazzi, however. His baggage includes a brother who wants to destroy him and a stalker intent on killing his wife. Willing to sacrifice any price to save his family, he finally must find a higher plane on which to face his past and his future.
Sheri Haymore grew up in Mt. Airy, NC and lives thereabouts with her husband. Together they run a couple of small businesses and are always dreaming up their next vacation. A graduate of High Point University, she settled into her first job as a writer at a marketing firm and she’s been scribbling ever since.
A Higher Voice is a suspense novel that captures a part of every person. Britt is a rock star who is dealing with the pressures of his career while fighting the truth that he is losing his voice. He meets Dena, a local reporter for the paper, whom he feels will solve his problems. Though with their love comes more complications that will test their new bond. Readers will be sucked into the story from the very beginning as they follow this couples journey. With each new complication is the faith to overcome it. Dena's faith and love in her husband helps them work through the hardest of times but will unite them together forever.
A wonderful 445 page novel that will take the reader on a ride of emotions up to the very end keeping the reader guessing the outcome. A powerful story that teaches a lesson that will impact all. It's not that you have fallen that determines the kind of person you are, because in life everyone must fall, but it is how you get up after you have fallen. It is this that will define us in the end.