Heroine Cidney has healed from a perilous past to find a tranquil life with her soul mate, Dan, in Alaska. When Dan’s niece Brenda arrives, their life is disrupted by a troubled transient who pursues Brenda against all reason—and obstacles. Tender and poignant, Eagle Visions is a spiritual, spirited story for anyone seeking to overcome trauma—or anyone simply seeking a tale well told. More
Is it possible for a person to find peace after enduring profound trauma? This is the question that haunts the lives of each of the characters in Eagle Visions, author Cindi Clarke’s soulful sequel to the harrowing Trooper’s Run, which explored the all-too-prevalent circumstance of domestic violence.
Heroine Cidney has, at long last, healed from a perilous past with abusive ex-husband Owen. She has found meaningful, blissful love with her new husband, Dan, and has settled into a cozy existence in the small town of Chugiak, Alaska, along with their dogs Trooper, Chief, and Henry, and cat, Oreo. Her cheerful days at her doggy-care are eclipsed only by rapturous nights (and sometimes mornings) with Dan, her beloved soul-mate. All too soon, however, Cidney’s hard-won tranquility is disrupted by a host of mystifying occurrences. Her peaceful slumber is seized by dreams of White Eagle and Little Sister Raven. These visions prompt an unnerving feeling of dizziness, which is then followed by troubling heart palpitations. At the same time, Dan’s young, unexpectedly pregnant niece Brenda arrives on the scene, seeking temporary refuge from college to discretely give birth—and find adoptive parents for the baby.
While Cidney assures Dan that her curious dreams and symptoms are in no way connected to the emergence of Brenda, other forces are at play. Unbeknownst to Cidney, there is a dark, new presence: Samuel, a survivor of the September 11 attacks with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Along the way, Cidney discovers inner reserves of strength, an ancient connection with the spirit world, a profound maternal desire, and a compassion that carries over to lost souls who are capable of extreme destruction. As Cidney fights for those she loves, she taps into connections that transcend the ages.