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Release Date: July 3, 2017
Pages: 345
ISBN13: 978-0996621069 Next page

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By a twist of fate, Iowa Senator Dani Mitchell is the first woman Vice President of the United States. She faces a series of personal and professional trials, which isolate her personally and professionally. Dani must deal with a failing marriage, a distant President, a power-hungry Senator, a global cartel run by her father, and a technology that threatens every person’s privacy while empowering governments, and choose between human rights and due process.

Peter Powell, a U.S. State Department observer, becomes embroiled in African politics, the murder of thousands of war refugees, and an impossible plan to save the survivors.

Author Rachel Allen fights to enact a global human rights initiative headed by President. She becomes involved in an immigration situation and must deal with Dani. Her fiancé, Chris Gregory, has the ability to create technology to DOD specs, but the questions is, should he?

Against a background of genocide, greed, sexism, grief, and uprisings, the fight for moral and ethical choices forces Dani to sacrifice her career, Peter to risk his life, and Rachel to question her loyalty. They all realize that, regardless of the cost, they must stand up for what they believe in, even if it causes deadly consequences.


Christa Lewis is a multiple award winning YA, Fiction, and Audible best-selling narrator.

What Readers Are Saying

“This is page turning [read full of] intrigue. Twists and turns along the way make this a must-read. I hope there is a sequel.” Lisa St. John