Meanwhile in the World where Kennedy Survived

Meanwhile in the World where Kennedy Survived

Lacey Ann Carrigan

Lacey Ann Carrigan

Glamorous actress Jacey Rayner somehow helps John F. Kennedy steer clear of his Dallas assassination but an even larger national catastrophe awaits, one where Jacey nearly loses her own life. Through a miraculous series of events she becomes a spiritual healer who exists in two different dimensions and helps rescue desperately ill children.Many people believe that people in America lost their collective innocence on November 22, 1963, when John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas. What if, through a small twist of fate he somehow avoided the assassination and survived? What kind of world would we live in? The novel "Meanwhile in the World where Kennedy Survived" explores that very question through a story told through the eyes of four main characters. The opening chapters explore the machination by which the president averts death and alludes to the grim repercussion that occurs. Jacey Rayner, the glamorous actress who plays a role in diverting fate survives her own catastrophe more than a year later, while filming an action movie in the waters off the Bahama Islands. Her near death experience leaves her with a mysterious ability to exist in two different dimensions and play the role of a spiritual healer. Decades later, struggling young journalist Dorina Pettit learns of the urban myths surrounding Jacey Rayner and the science fiction television show in which she appeared. While investigating the story as a possible piece for the magazine where she works, she learns of the web of deceit and betrayal of the producers, actors and actresses involved with the television show and how they affected a science fiction movie producer of the present day: H.R. Lewandowski. Dorina and her young attorney boyfriend Mitch discover the shocking secrets of the special effects behind H.R. Lewandowski's "Portals Beyond" movies.
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Someone Else's Life

Someone Else's Life

Lacey Ann Carrigan

Lacey Ann Carrigan

What if a woman would go to any lengths to experience the world of motherhood? Suella Worthy, a rich baseball pitcher's wife cannot conceive a child of her own or carry one to term. Through a series of events linked with her husband Nathan's own infidelity and a mysterious organization called Lifewind, Suella receives a daughter of her very own. But should some things just never be?"Someone Else's Life" takes place in the near future and concerns Suella Worthy, a baseball pitcher's wife who will stop at nothing to experience the joys of motherhood. Because she was born with a genetic condition that renders her infertile and incapable of carrying her own child, she reaches out to the mysterious Lifewind organization for help. A longtime female friend of her husband is forced to carry the cloned child to term and Suella becomes a mother to Natalie. But should some things never be? Suella becomes bewildered and upset that while her daughter looks exactly like her, she prefers playing catch with her father to dancing ballet with other little girls. Things become even more complicated when Natalie accidentally learns of her biological origin and destiny, long before Suella and her father Nathan wanted to tell her. Heartache and heartbreak ensue, but a glorious rebirth awaits.
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