Completed Works and Works In Progress
FOR THE LOVE
OF MY ENEMY
It’s 1944. The world is at war. Safe within the confines of the small town of Windsor, eighteen year old Nurse Adina Robbins works alongside her father, Dr. Henry Robbins—a complex, fearful, and troubled man who has hidden the truth of his Jewish ancestry for many years. Adina strives for her father’s approval and affection, and longs for more than the doldrums of her small town nursing life.
On a warm June day, Adina’s best friend coaxes her to go with her to spy on the new German prisoners at Camp Windsor, a P.O.W. camp located within their small town. Little did Adina know that her life would change that day, as she encounters a kind, young prisoner named Daniel Christensen, a German soldier, conscripted by force, with a deep hatred of Hitler and his fascist ideologies. He will change Adina’s life, and open up her heart to know what it means to be truly loved. As her passion for the young prisoner intensifies, Adina will need to confront her fears, as well as her father’s lies, even if it means letting go of the One she wanted most.
“Love has the power to make us do things we never thought we were capable of doing.”
In the works
Nora Bright is different from other young girls. She knows it, and so do the residents of the town of Citrus Grove. But, when strange, inexpiable events occur when Nora’s around, folks want to know who she really is, and where she came from...especially Nora.
A story of love in the purest sense