Then Zina meets a mystic who gives her a special stone, and her journey begins. She's betrayed by someone she trusts, and the same mystic and a spiritual guide help her heal and find her true self. What she learns about herself is amazing.
I had a bit of a hard time getting into the book when I first started reading it. Zina's Jade is written almost entirely in the third person like it's a narration, except for when there's dialog. Then it relaxes. It felt rather stiff and formal and so it took me a little longer to get into the story. But once I did, I was hooked. The book ends just when Zina's story is really getting started, leaving me wanting more of the story. I'm hoping this is just the first in a series. I'd like to find out what happens to Zina now that she's really found herself. I give this book 3 paws up.
Zina's Jade is available in both paper and ebook at Amazon.com. Have a great week everyone!
Review reprinted from Adventures of a Suburban Kitty.