From the author of the emotional “To Die To Live”, comes the next riveting chapter of one man’s search to find his purpose in life. Thelonious “Theo” Mitchell, now a college freshman, is eager to put the death of his friend, Draven, in the past. Devoting himself to school and sports, he meets Sabrinna, a beautiful co-ed who sweeps him off his feet. Untrusting and hidden behind a wall, he allows himself to fall for her. Will he find his soulmate and someone who can restore his faith and trust in people? Or will she leave him reeling and continuing his search for a purpose in life?
About the Author
I am originally from Phoenix, Arizona, currently residing in Cuyahoga Falls , Ohio. I have a BS in elementary education from Bethel College in North Newton, Kansas, where I also played football. I am married and have three children. I currently teach Pre-K children the fine points of reading and writing.
I have always been a writer having written poems and stories my whole life. I am humbled and flattered at the outpouring of support for this book as they take the journey with Theo and connect with the character I’ve created.
Amazon Author Page
After reading and enjoying ‘To Die To Live‘ (Review Here) I was delighted when Jason asked if I would read and review the next book.
I was desperate to find out what came next for Theo, a young man who had a troubled past and had captured a piece of my heart after reading his turbulent journey into adulthood.
‘The Chosen Path‘ continues his story .. he is still the same humble guy, he has manged to gain a place at college which is quite incredible considering his childhood. He works hard to succeed but finds his attention wandering from his studies when he spots a girl.
Sabrinna, is the beauty who is totally out of his league, his dating experience is pretty weak but this girl has ignited his spark and taken full control of his mind! The story follows their relationship and the inner struggles Theo has with trust. He isn’t used to opening up to anyone but she blows all his reservations out of the water.
This is written with compassion, the story flows and the reader feels the raw emotion each time Theo is longing for a text, phone call or gets a glimpse of her. It is young love portrayed with elation one minute then desolation the next. The road to love and relationships is never smooth and this allows you into Theo’s mindset.
It is only a short novella so a nice quick easy read, it certainly helps to read ‘To Die To Live‘ first so you understand the background and appreciate where Theo is coming from. I enjoyed this, had a feeling I knew where it was going but at the end I saw the dreaded words ‘To be continued’…….. so now I will have to wait for the next book to catch up with Theo again.