I met Myra when I was working on PIstis Sophia for Garber Communications as an editor in 1983. I interviewed her as a Gnostic expert. Her novels work out the tenets of Gnosticism as far as we know them in the modern world.
A romance of a stewardess and an author who meet again six years after they originally met in high school. The mechanizations of a group of immortals who live the same time frame over and over is slowly revealed as the force that brought them together to join their group. Corinthus, Apocryphon One explores the concept of Ouroboros or repetition. This, Apocryphon Two explores erotic unity.
A man discovers that we live in a circle, reliving the same lives again and again and discovers a way to remember past lives and live them. This creates numerous problems, such as loving two women. "...way too far out for the trade houses. A solid romance, maybe a shade hotter than it needs to be. I'm a big fan of new ways of looking at things and this one certainly is that." Dad- Amazon Review