With two lives on a collision course, fifty years is a moment in time.
Sometimes the greatest form of loyalty is rebellion.
Kahle Desireau has seen auras since childhood. In 1998, newly returned from the Bosnian War, he follows Beezor Wasikowa’s blazing white halo to Motomax, a dying factory in Frampton, Ohio. Anything to evade the darkness. For her love, he’ll compete with Motomax’s handsome CEO and join a rebellion against Niles Bodge, their plant manager. But Beezor Wasikowska is more than he bargained for, and somehow the darkness that he’d hoped to escape has followed him.
WWI veteran Eli Steiner can dream the future.
In 1932, the Great Depression capsizes the farm he owns with his wife and son. Destitute. Bedridden. Without a crop loan, he’ll lose his ranch. Awash in failed loans, bank officer Carter Creel won’t chance another. Not even for Eli Steiner. Visions portend of twisted days. Eli’s not sure if they’re a gift or a curse.
“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” William Faulkner.
Book one in the series.