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As if the stress of serving as a co-president isn’t enough, reality begins to blur as Rory Rydell battles flashbacks related to recent trauma. Exacerbating the situation, the presence of her fellow co-president triggers some of her terrors.
After Rory Rydell invites the world to accept Jesus as Savior while levitating above her execution platform, she is the natural choice to serve as one of the co-presidents of the new nation created by God’s miraculous defeat of the United World Order. But then the Kingdom Advisory Council selects Dawson Fortis—her former jailer under the Order—to serve beside her as co-president. Will the two be able to put their complicated past behind them and serve the needs of the country?
Although crippled, the Order in the Eastern and Central zones has survived. The Order’s supreme commanders are hotter than a solar flare over their defeat in the Western zone. They see Rory and the new nation as a threat to their very existence … one that must be eliminated.
Rory trusts God for protection, even though she understands she is a target and is acutely aware that many of God’s devoted followers have been martyred over the ages, even Jesus.
But she has made her choice—serving God is the one thing important enough to risk her life for. The question is, what will it ultimately cost her?
The Lion Within
Life under the restrictive government of the United World Order is the only life twenty-one-year-old physician student Rory Rydell has known. Her family proves that poverty is alive and well, despite the Order’s claims. They can no longer afford the medication her younger sister desperately needs. But it may not matter. The medication isn’t relieving her symptoms. Without a miracle, she will die. But miracles are outlawed by the Order.
Any mention of a higher power is punishable by execution. So, when a near-death experience brings Rory more questions than answers, she is too scared to ask them. Then, a comatose patient regains consciousness to recruit her to lead a rebellion against the Order. She believes she has lost her mind, but could the strange things happening to her be real? Rory must decide what’s true and take a stand on something worth dying for. Can she sacrifice her life and the lives of those she loves to pay the price of freedom?