Repentance and redemption are close cousins. Often, repentance is only fully realized and satisfied when redemption is at hand. Such is the tale of Ghost Orchid, my next fiction novel soon to be released by L & L Dreamspell. This story of love, lies and redemption is really the story of a series of mistakes that lead to pain and loss among a small set of friends and family. The perpetrator suffers from the consequences of those mistakes and repentance is not possible in life.
Only through the blooming of the ghost orchid does the true story start to unfold, one puzzle piece at a time. Truly, everything terrible was set in motion by love itself and became contorted through lies. The untangling of a web of lies and filling the gaping hole in the heart of the beautiful Irish girl, Neev, comes on the wings of photography in exotic jungles and swamps where the ethereal beauty is only matched by the ghost orchid itself.
Is the orchid a mystical messenger trying to set things straight? Is repentance possible in this story of pain? Is redemption the final conclusion? These answers are only found between the covers and by those visiting the actual inspiration for Ghost Orchid, the true ghost orchid of Corkscrew Audubon Sanctuary in the Everglades. www.dkchristi.com
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