As a new religion spreads through the land of Trenig, Henith and Braen, priestesses of the Goddess Religion, set out on a journey to learn more about this new religion and why its followers fi nd it necessary to destroy the stone circles and the ways of the Goddess. This novel takes place in a time beyond time and is both utopian and dystopian as Henith and Braen visit a variety of stone circles giving the reader glimpses of another time and dimension where Goddess worship is the predominant religion.
Bridges is the story of a young American woman, Jessie, who joins the Peace Corps in Africa to start over and find herself. She finds everything but herself, particularly something dark that is chasing her. Trying to get away, Jessie flees to a man in France whom she thinks is her love. There, she is drawn into a mysterious relationship and a slow spiritual awakening that teaches her how to listen to her heart against all odds. "Five Stars" rating by ForeWord Clarion Reviews, calling it outstanding, sophisticated, and mesmerizing...a spiritual intrigue similar to Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code, with the sentimentality of Nicholas Sparks and the realism expected of a hardcore journalist.
Be careful what you wish for. A year earlier, with the help of enigmatic industrialist Michael Walker, all of Penelope Drayton Spence's dreams had come true. Now, as one of the country's top journalists, she has discovered what she thought would make her happy was only making her busy. After months of avoiding her, Michael Walker burst back into her life with an outlandish plan to launch his controversial "Hermes" satellite into space. But she soon learns someone just as resourceful and well-financed is willing to go to any lengths to stop the launch. After the Hermes Project's facility in Jackson Hole is attacked, Penelope gets a ringside seat as two of the world's most powerful men go toe-to-toe in a battle of wills that could change the course of humanity.