‘Prodigal Daughter’ by JC Hennington

Bobbi Tomlin grew up being the both daddy’s little girl and the true definition of preacher’s kid. After the loss of her mother at twelve was difficult. Thank God for her wonderful father. He did his best to evenly spend time with his daughter and the church. When Bobbi gets a taste of independence when she goes off to college she has no intention of letting it go. After a confrontation with her father, she demands all her inheritance. She connects with all the wrong people and vices. When she’s loses everything, Bobbi must return back to her father and her foundation. No one said the road would be easy, and now the girl who has fallen must find a way to dust herself off and be the woman she’s been ordained to be. Bobbi will find the person hardest to forgive her is herself. Can she overcome her past or be dictated by her mistakes? Join the journey of the Prodigal Daughter to find how redemption is something that comes from the individual.

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