Goddess to Daughter Series
Nineteen years ago in rural Dreyfus, Kentucky, seven fourth grade girls studied mythology at a small Christian school. Three bore names of goddesses. The others took on goddess nicknames. Their teacher explained true power could only be attained through Christ. They promised to always be friends and later all became Christians. Then they fell deep into sin. These are their stories of redemption and love.
Pandora (Savannah Barrett) seeks acceptance in empty sexual relationships and blames Geoff Spencer, the one man who could love her anyway. She left town because of his bullying. When she inherits Geoff’s farm, she’s forced to return home and face him.
Medusa (Megan Carter) cannot stop crossing paths with the ruggedly dashing Zach Allen, who resents her for brushing him off in high school. Her heart’s so full of bitterness toward him she has no room for love.
Athena (Athena Lewis), once an unmarried teen mom, regrets past mistakes, but she can’t seem to stop making them. Now she’s pregnant from a one-night stand, and believes she’s not worthy of love. Officer Nathan Smith hopes to change her mind.
Cassandra (Cassie Davis) now follows her psychic aunt’s New Age religion, and searches the cards for her soulmate. Instead, she finds handsome Christian lawyer Kevin Henry, who pursues her in a witch-hunt lawsuit.
Nike (Nikki Denton), high school girls’ basketball coach, must rely on Mark Harris, an attractive coworker, when a car-accident takes her starting players and assistant coaches out of the game. While she pushes to win the championship, he tries to win her heart.
Iris (Iris Chambers) blames God and her husband, Ryan, for losing everything to a flood. When she turns to a neighbor for support, she just may ruin her marriage.
Aphrodite (Anabelle Cooper) obsesses over making things perfect and beautiful, which causes her severe, crippling anxiety. When type-Z personality Drew helps her escape a teenage stalker, he offers an imperfect love that she must humble herself to accept.