Sequel to The Kiva and the Mosque, the story takes Kidwell and Anna, Aisha and Greg deeper into the mystical experiences begun in Kiva.
Great magic comes with great gifts – and great burdens. Kidwell and Anna must face together the ramifications of being thrust into world-changing roles. Such responsibility exacts a price in their own lives and the many lifetimes they’ve shared before. The magic Kidwell and her co-prophet, Aisha, stumbled into in the first book in this series, Kiva and the Mosque, continues to push them all into situations they never could have imagined. As their life-partners, Kidwell’s Anna and Aisha’s Greg, must find their own strength and fight their own battles. Not even great magic can prevent or cure a broken heart, but, sometimes, a broken heart is the only key to even deeper magic. Through great pain, Kidwell faces a transformation that has a profound effect not only on their lives but many lives across many worlds.
Kayt C. Peck
PO Box 3551
Las Vegas, New Mexico 87701
Phone: (505) 454-0060
Book -- $12.95
Third and final book in the Kiva Series:
The culmination of a tale spanning lifetimes thrusts the current lives of Kidwell, Anna, Maolan, Martin, Aisha, and Greg into an adventure that crosses not only millennia but also magical boundaries between worlds. A handful of humans joins with others—most viewed as only magical fantasy in the human world—to lead the fight to overcome great evil and to end a battle begun before any remembered human history. This group of mismatched and diverse heroes faces the unimaginable as a family. It is the love, caring, forgiveness, and courage they share that provide hope not just for themselves but for the world around them. The magic Kidwell and her co-prophet, Aisha, stumbled into in the first books in this series, The Kiva and the Mosque and The Pyramid and the Painting, continues to dominate all their lives. They face together not only great evil but their own doubts and weaknesses. With luck and determination, they may save not only the world but themselves as well.
Book -- $14.95
Even the sturdiest of people have their limits. For Captain Melinda Morris, USN, that limit came in the form of a bomb that violated the peace of a Baghdad café. Her career ended, her body damaged, her marriage finished, her home lost—a strong woman learned what it meant to be broken. She remembered her father’s words from over two decades before.
“If you ever need us, the ranch is here. Come home.”
She did. She left the sea that had been her life to return to her first love—the land and horses. Her father was long dead, but the ranch was there, as well as the memory of his reminder that a Morris never gives up. Those words held her fast as she dealt with the nightmares that never quite ended, leaving her with the mystery of an unfilled promise to a dying mother whose name she never knew. The ranch, the horses, the love of family, and a promise to her brother, Hoyt, gave her an anchor to hang onto.
When Addie Romero returned home to the neighboring ranch, she brought home a history of success and her own nightmares from a story she could tell no one, at least not until she saw Mel again. Former three-time World Champion Cowgirl—an accomplishment that was her springboard into a successful career in the world or horses, movies, and the California high life—Addie was ready to return, perhaps to heal an old and deep wound that never lost its grip on her heart and mind. Together, Addie and Mel would seek the gold to mend the broken, to create something even more beautiful than before.
Book -- $17.95