At The End Of The Storm
Kirkus says: “An admirable exploration of the psyche of an especially tough protagonist.”
Daria Demarest abandoned spiritual aspirations in the freewheeling Sixties. But, years later, when she loses her glam network television job, she learns there’s money to be made from women seeking spirituality in everything from aromatherapy to mindfulness meditation. When she creates a show called Awakenings to reach these women, she’s back on top.
But when her teen daughter, Lizzy, announces she’s pregnant, Daria relives her own secret past as a young, unmarried mother who surrendered her first child. As her meticulously crafted life begins to unravel, she searches for the same healing she offers her devoted audience. Is releasing her shame and regret even possible? Can she ever repair relationships with family, friends, and the college love who offered her a life she wasn’t then ready to accept?
Only listening to—and relying on—new and untested inner guidance will help her find out.