Love thrives in unexpected situations in Corona author’s new romance novel
CORONA, Calif. — Two lost souls find love once again in each other’s arms in author Aisha Jackson’s new romance novel, “In the Shadow of Her Wings,” which will be up for grabs nationwide this week.
“In the Shadow of Her Wings” finds Peter suddenly losing his wife of five years to breast cancer at the age of 35. Struggling with the untimely death of his wife, Peter poses the questions, “How does one go on without the person you pledged to spend the rest of your life with? How do you find the strength to carry on when your faith is lost?” Just when Peter least expected, he meets Emily, who has a story of her own to tell. She is recently divorced and out of an abusive relationship. Emily finds the strength to move forward with her life by starting a business and living on her own. When Emily meets Peter, she feels his pain. Could she be the person Peter needs to help him move forward in his life and restore his faith?
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Jackson is a resident of Corona, California. The author is also a songwriter, who is involved in music, fashion and film. She started her career as a designer, attending Brook College in Long Beach, California, and obtaining an associate degree in fashion design. She then started her musical career as a member of the all-girl group called Mpulz, forming the group with her sister actress and singer Shar Jackson.
“In the Shadow of Her Wings” is Jackson’s second novel, succeeding her debut novel entitled, “Moments Like This.” Aside from being an author, she is also a screenwriter, co-writing her first movie, “Once Upon a Christmas Dream,” with her sister, Shar. She wrote a screenplay of a romantic comedy called “The Opposites of Us.” Currently, she is writing her third movie called, “At First Glance,” which is also a romantic comedy.