Be careful of haughty eyes, unforgiveness, questioning past hurts and pain.
Rachel Spearman, a silver spooned millionaire, finds solace in her prearranged fortune and built an inconceivable logistical agency from the ground up. Snyders incorporation settles in cosmopolitan Georgia and employs 300 employees and provides an after-school childcare program.
Rachel's dad owned a ranch, which encompassed a vineyard and winery. After his premature death, he willed Rachel all he owned. Her intellect and expertise endowed her with the strength she needed to mask demons from her past, thus creating a wave of indescribable truths, selfishness, arrogance and harbored bitterness.
Curtis, a God fearing man and commercial airline pilot is desperately in love with his wife but becomes exceedingly perplexed as Rachel's questionable attitude and demeanor slope causing undo turmoil on their once blissful marriage, family, and business. Before long, Rachel finds herself in an uncontrollable environment and unwillingly seeks God. She finally establishes her bountiful platform but once again, a tier of arrogance rears its ugly head luring Rachel back to her old selfish ways. What will it take to bring Rachel to her knees? Only time will tell. Does she control the stance of her destiny? Or, will her destiny be shaken from an unforeseeable manifestation?
The saga continues...Bitter Root II is a Christian novel that exposes the real-life episodes of the characters away from the church. Rachel Spearman, the main character, walked over others on the way to the top but used her wealth to mask abandonment, the trauma of rape, and demons of the past. She wreaked havoc to all around her. Bitterness was at the root of her demise.
Rachel's conniving ways will cause her to succumb to God and give an account of her life. But, will she answer the call of God with repentance by turning from her pernicious ways, or will she continue on her destructive path? The trauma in Rachel's life affected her relationship with those around her, and now she will find herself at the fork of the road. What direction will she choose?