You chose Forgiveness, the potion that brings Jona Montiniere to you.
Today, Jona Monteniere, the girl who spent most of her life in a children’s home, wants to remind you that no one is perfect and we all make mistakes. If you’ve been hurt by your family or friends, try to look beyond the situation and find out why they might not have been able to act differently at the time. Understanding very often helps to forgive someone. But even more important than forgiving others is forgiving yourself. Don’t let old feelings of guilt drag you down. You, too, have been given the right to make mistakes in this life. It’s important that you learn from them and don’t repeat them. Once you’ve understood that lesson, old burdens won’t torture your anymore. Forgive yourself because you are a wonderful person and you are doing your best in this life. Heaven lets you know that you’re good enough!
If you agree, Jona Montiniere would like to accompany you for the next three days. Immerse yourself in her experiences and learn what great relief awaits you when you find the strength to forgive yourself. Anger and guilt are the heaviest burdens of all. You may let go of them now.
The ingredients to her potion for you are:
3 minutes of silence,
the feeling of devine forgiveness,
and an enchanting melody.
The book that belongs to Jona Montiniere is JULIAN.
He was never a part of my plan…
Twelve years ago, when my mother chose her violent lover over me, my end of the deal was a room in an orphanage. Thank God, in six weeks, I’ll be eighteen and free!
Except, a certain stupid sweater in my backpack—okay, okay! I didn’t actually pay for it—lands me at court. And, look at that…my mother is back, too.
I want to keel over dead when the judge sentences me to time in France with her. Actually, I take that back, I want her to keel over dead! And then somebody says she has cancer. Wow, I’ve never had a wish fulfilled this fast. But until that happens—or I turn eighteen, whichever comes first—I’m required to work in some unknown family’s vineyards.
France, however, holds another surprise for me. Julian.
He doesn’t miss a chance to provoke me, and for some reason he seems to foresee each step of my brilliant escape plan. What the hell—?
But then he makes a tiny mistake. And suddenly, I’m confronted with a secret that makes my blood run cold.