Finally Bluey surfaced and exhaled. Then Gwendolyn grasped for the surface, coughing violently, clinging to Bluey's neck. Hannah broke down and sobbed, dropping to the ground as she took in the unbelievable sight. I took Mum in my arms and we both cried tears of shocked relief. Bluey had Gwendolyn and they were both safe. He struggled against the current, as he swam in a zigzag, aiming them close to the shore at our feet. I wasn't prepared for what happened next. I will never forget it as long as I live. Bluey shoved Gwendolyn up onto the bank. She was coughing hard. When she got her breath, she screamed at Bluey, tears running down her face.
"WHY DIDN'T YOU JUST LET ME DIE? NO ONE LOVES ME. I WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER OFF DROWNED!"
Bluey dragged himself up onto the bank, picked Gwendolyn up in his arms and held her shivering, frightened frame tight. He spoke softly to her, "I love you, Gwendolyn and I would give my life for you. That's how valuable you are to me and to us."
One orphan child's journey through the horrors of abuse and torture at the hands of hatred. The trials and tribulations of a wounded heart and the ever present need to find the safety of a pure father's love. Aunt Tabbie's Wings is a heart warming story depicting the incredible healing and life changing power of Father’s agape love. Come on the journey and be inspired, lay down your life and set a child free. A simply delightful tale of love, adventure, struggle and redemption.
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About the Author
Jack Dey, born to adventure, lives in the tropical rainforest of North Queensland, Australia. He has three loves in his life: Jesus; the Editor (his wife of 30 something years); and writing adventure novels. Jack is the author of MAHiNA; Paradise Warrior; Aunt Tabbie's Wings; The Secrets of Black Dean Lighthouse; The Legend of Ataneq Nanuq; The Valley of Flowers; and La Belle Suisse. As this book goes to publishing his new novel, Zero, is being written and is soon to be released. Jack writes only to please Papa God and considers his writing a ministry, demanding nothing from the reader for his e-books. If you like Jack Dey’s books and would like to support his ministry, please consider praying for the team at Jack Dey and telling your friends about his other titles. New books are constantly being written with the intention of being a pencil in Jesus’ hand and bringing joy and encouragement to you, the reader.