Fatal Promises is a ficticious story with real-life overtones that allude to the ills of society in the historical South. An 18-year-old colored boy becomes despondent with the lack of opportunities in a small South Georgia town, so he migrates to New York, hoping for a better life. A six-year-old colored boy is emotionally wounded when his father abandons his mother with no means of support. He vows always to care for his family, if he ever has one. A young, rich southern belle becomes intimate with her employee, whom she vows to love forever, but fate intervenes. A wealthy elderly lady, the sole survivor of her family, hires two young mulattos, promising to defray the cost of their education if they will work in her home for a year. She is very fond of them, but her reward is much greater than her promise.
Fatal Promises is about love, hate, wealth, poverty, good, evil, commitment and success. It is a story that will capture your attention and your heart.
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About the Author
Jeanette Henderson was born in Madison County, Florida. She is the twelfth of fifteen siblings. She attended public school until her senior year, obtained a GED from Lake County Area Vocational Tech in Leesburg, Florida, and pursued her dream of attending college. She earned an ASW from North Florida Junior College in Madison, Florida, in 1976, transferred to Valdosta State College (now Valdosta State University) and obtained a B.S. degree in Criminal Justice. She then earned a BSN from the Valdosta State College Nursing School. Jeannette Henderson is married to Thomas Henderson III, is a mother of five, and is presently employed as a Psychiatric Nurse.