This book is a fictional story about two hundred acres of land that was stolen from an African American family who obtained land thanks to the Homestead Act. In the 1800s, Veronica Williams' great-grandfather was deceived, and this is how this brave descendant regained what was rightfully hers. Her ways and means were out of the ordinary, but she did what she needed to do to triumph. Sadly, millions of African Americans who obtained land from their former slave masters or land that they purchased was stolen from them through racism, violence, trickery, or murder. This is the story of the Williams family.
J. Cassandra was born and raised in Brooklyn New York. She is currently living in Talladega, Alabama with her husband. She is a mother of five children, two biological daughters who still reside in New York, and three stepchildren, a stepdaughter who resides in Birmingham Alabama, a stepson who resides in Laurel, Maryland and a stepson who resides in Savannah, Ga. Jennifer has always strived to encourage others to live with an, "I can do" attitude and remember; If you THINK positively and SPEAK positively, You can do all things through Christ who strengthens you.
very interesting, enjoyed reading this fast paced thriller.