Unless you are willing to question your own beliefs, you have no place questioning the beliefs of others.
Fiona Dolan has felt misunderstood her entire life. It’s not easy for a gifted student with a curious mind to endure life in rural America. When the stars align, she is awarded a scholarship to a prestigious college in Chicago and the means to escape the small-minded judgments of her parochial community. If this move is going to be her entrée into a new life, then Fiona has a secret she must protect— for she is a Seer and a Seeker.
Triggered by recurring recollections of past traumas, Fiona now slips effortlessly between her past lives and her current life with greater regularity. The visions and memories leave her untethered as she questions what is real and what might be created by pure imagination.
How will she adjust to life in a big city, the diversity of the people who live there, and ideas that challenge what she has been taught to believe? Trying to balance thejoie de vivreof her new-found freedom with the rigor of academia Fiona gets caught in an ethical dilemma.
When she falls in love with a man, who is deemed unacceptable by the standards of her provincial upbringing, Fiona must decide if she will let her traditional family dictate her choices and control her path or if she will follow her heart and pursue a life of her own choosing.
Each visit to her past clarifies her vision and provides insight into the nature and character of the people in her life, including an evil nemesis who has stalked her from lifetime to lifetime and is hell-bent on teaching her a lesson.
Just as life seems to be working out, all of Fiona’s carefully laid plans are upended when chaos and drama erupt back home, leaving Fiona to seek answers to those questions that wake her in the night and demand explanations.
Will Fiona allow her past to dictate her future?