Friday, October 24, 2014

Passport To Happiness by, Debbie White **Book Feature**

Passport To Happiness Debbie White

To escape the often lonely and boring reality of living in a small rural town, Jessica finds comfort in reading about the many places that exist beyond her small corner of the earth. When she joins the State Department and travels abroad looking for adventure, she gets more than she imagined was ever possible. Passport to happiness is a story of strength and determination, while exploring new places, but it’s also about finding love and happiness – no matter where you hang your hat.

 5.0 out of 5 stars
 Passport to Happiness September 11, 2014
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This novel by Debbie White is a charming read that will reaffirm your love for honest fiction. It tells the story of Jessica, a girl from a dusty little West Texas town with dreams of traveling the world. When the time comes for Jessica to leave her little existence behind and see what the world has to offer, it is through the unrelenting love and dedication of her single mother that helps her along on her road to happiness and self-discovery.
Passport to Happiness was a sweet story full of romance and character, and spoke deeply to the power of love between mother and child and the powers of true friendship. I heartily recommend this one to anyone who knows the strength of single parents everywhere and the ties of friendship that last a lifetime. A darling and life-affirming book

5.0 out of 5 stars Tender and captivating story! September 9, 2014
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Passport to Happiness by Debbie White is a wonderful romantic story.
The main character, Jessica, is very lovely and sympathetic. She lived with her mom in a hot and dusty little town. The relationship between single mother and her daughter is one of the strongest themes of this novel. For me it was a captivating reading, as I was raised in very similar situation. It is interesting that often kids of single parents do much better than kids of married parents. It was a study of hundreds of teenagers that showed single parents were friendlier to their kids than were married parents. Any way in spite of financial difficulties I was a happy child, the same as this lovely character Jessica.
Thank you Debbie White for this sweet and captivating story!


Go on... grab your passport and discover Debbie White's "Passport to Happiness!"

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