Field of Destiny

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Oak Tree Press, 2007 - Fiction - 274 pages
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What would you do for love? Throughout her life, Natalie Davenport faces that question as she tries to fill the empty space where here mother's love should be. She finds herself torn between doing what she believes is right or pleasing her status-seeking, gold-digging, waitress mother. Even when it comes to betraying her best friend or the man she has been waiting for her entire life. Take the journey with Natalie, as she dies tragically in one lifetime and is reborn into a new life of secrets, lies and misplaced loyalty. Set against a backdrop of social and racial tension, Field of Destiny explores the spiritual themes of karma and free will, taking us to those precise moments of choice where a single decision has the power to change everything.

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Sheehy is an award-winning author with a passion for exploring the connection between mind, body and spirit. She holds a master's degree from Wesleyan Univeristy and lives with her husband in the historic town of Wethersfield, CT

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