Authors: Pamela Carron
|Wings of Deception|
|Another Deception |
Asa, an age old entity needs a new body. He has chosen one that belongs to Jacks, an avid atheist and attorney, specializing in child abuse victims. Honey, an agnostic psychotherapist, is transformed by a child with a terminal illness. Sheila, a legal secretary, is forced into marriage with a member of a dark cult and Dwight, the pastor of a small rural church, finds himself a single parent after the death of his wife. The four all band together to win a battle of good versus evil. In the fight for his life Jacks discovers his soul and his soul mate. This thrilling inspirational, romantic adventure takes place in New York City, rural Mississippi and the Sierra Mountains.
Pamela K Carron was born the sixth of eleven children to Troy and Catherine Rushing. She left home at the age of sixteen, living with older siblings where she became the youngest employee of South Central Bell. Working as a long distance operator by night and attending school by day until she eventually dropped out of school. After marrying the father of her five children she did however complete her GED and went on to study the Liberal Arts and English, where she developed her love of putting words together in delightful short stories and poems. Divorce and the aftermaths of concentrating on working and rearing her five children, caused the writing to be put away, only to return when the children were adults and she had remarried. Having the time and the motivation, Pamela again pursued her love of writing fiction. Unfortunately fate decided her stories would once again be shoved back to the back burner as she was diagnosed with an inherited eye disease, Fuchs' Dystrophy. No cure except for corneal transplants, Pamela determinedly spent two years waiting for the first of two transplants, slowly writing her first novel, The Shadows Dim. It was followed by a sequel, Whisper of the Sun after her left eye corneal transplant. While waiting for the second transplant, she wrote the latest book, Wings of Deception, which has captured the hearts of many of her faithful readers. The pull of emotions, the excitement of the intrigue and love, as well as the spiritual influence will also capture yours!
WINGS of DECEPTION
This book is d
, Amanda and Will’s
my sister and Mary’s twin,
has gone on before us to be with our
Father. She is not dead nor is she asleep, but alive and as the Word
be absent from the body
A special thanks to Aubrey Carron, Rebecca Gardner, Joan Feliciana, Lois
Thomas, Ken Ralls, Sharon Smith, Sally Wilson
, James Pendleton, Becky Graves
and Frank Carron
for editing and reviewing.
o my Heavenly Father who is my constant inspiration.
Far away from the confines of the boundaries in the flesh world as it is known, there
a greater truth which humankind has not yet received. Nevertheless, but for the few elect who have eyes to see and ears to hear, a slumber rest
upon those who have not the endurance to overcome. For their own sakes, they are blinded to this truth. As death rides across the vast lands and sea
, he takes all caught unaware and impregnates them with bastards
so they are spoiled for the true Lord of the Universe. There are those who have gone before who are allowed to give help to one of the elect. Assigned at the birth of a new born child,
they are called
nineteen seventy two
on a cold November afternoon, a woman
about to give birth to her third child. The place was Philadelphia, a small town in mid-Mississippi. It was a two-story building that served as the town's hospital and named for the old doctor who built it years before.
Throughout her pregnancy, the mother had not once been examined and the doctor
who was about to deliver her baby
was not very happy with her or her husband. He could only shake his head in dismay.
or either parent know that a presence even during the harsh labor pains was encouraging the spirit of the child soon to be
he was not of the flesh. He was called Ragas.
While the woman prayed for the birthing process to be over quickly, Ragas gave helps to the baby girl
“Okay, my friend! A few last minute
before you are thrown into that sea of forgetfulness.
I do know how frightening it is as your spirit body becomes lost in an unfamiliar flesh one. You are about to be born of water and you will learn a new language…it really is quite intriguing, the learning process of the flesh, learning to talk, walk and to think a whole new way
you are about to leave your warm spot, but do not worry
it is only painful for a moment.
You will not remember anything before this birth but I will be watching over you, I promise. You have not been given an easy life but you will survive every attempt of the evil one to destroy and even end your life in order to stop the work set before you. How privileged you are to live in this generation of the fig tree,
even the prophets of old envy you, my child. Never mind that now…it is time! Here you go! Just let that water carry you, and hey!
See you soon."
He was called a lot of things
ild, handsome, stubborn,
rebel and even enemy of the state by some
also knew he was just Jacks when it came to names. Orphaned at the age of two,
grew up on the streets of New York City. Just turning forty the day before, he sat back in his worn but comfortable chair, behind his over
sized desk, studying the man who was offering him a seat in the state senate.
“Why not you Garrett
ou would be the perfect choice for th
. You have
always been more ambitious than me
Garrett flushed slightly
e had hoped to be the one but it was not him that
, it was Jacks
Putting aside his irritation
“They want you. All you have to do is say yes and we will do everything there is to do to get you in. It
a sure ticket Jacks
ook at all the things that you could accomplish as a senator.
Jacks relished the idea of being a senator for a full moment. A tempting offer
no matter who may be behind it. How much more he could do for abused children. He shook the thought out of his head because he knew
these men. They were people
you did not want to get involved with. He wondered why they wanted him but it really did not matter
he did not intend to answer to
. Garrett was not the only person he knew who was owned by them
or someone like them
He was sick of the running in circles to accomplish thing
anymore. The laws, the courts and now
people who liked to make demands and have you jump to do their bidding. It made him all the more want to get the hell out of
he had been thinking about doing for a while. He thought about an offer he received from Mississippi a few days earlier. Having dismissed it then, he was
seriously reconsidering. Restless, he needed a change and this was a perfect time to make one.
Now, to get rid of
and his cohorts...
Damn it, if there were such a thing as modern day mafia, they had to be it. He shook his head
because at one time he and Garrett
small in stature and
not at all popular,
Jacks felt sorry for him
hough he befriended him, it was never a close relationship for Garrett was
always just too
They graduated together from Yale
for the money
his dream of abolishing child abuse.
“Sorry Garrett, I have other commitments.” He tapped the desk with a pencil. “I have been offered a position out of state and am in the process of relocating.” It was not an exact truth but maybe they would look elsewhere for their candidate if they thought it was
and leave him alone.
“Surely you won’t be so foolish as to turn down an opportunity like this.”
Jacks politely listened to the benefits of the offer and while Garret pushed
he thought about the hard climb he had getting to where he was at this point
his life. It was not easy growing up in one foster home after another, being knocked around by drunks
supported by wives who took in foster children. It was the main reason he became a
awyer, to work with the system to end child abuse. His elaborate intentions were somewhat dashed, when he realized that the system did not always work. He earned a reputation for being unorthodox in dealing with cases the courts threw out, not wanting to see what a mess they had going on in the social realm
. There were
threatened with time in jail for annoying the courts.
He was also thinking that it was for this very reason the
y may have
Interrupting Garrett he said, “Excuse me
Garrett, I have given you my answer. If you want to play with the big boys, go right on but do not try to drag me into your dirty little world of money and power. Not interested and I
but I have a client coming in and I need to prepare. I
sure you understand.”
It was another lie
for he was expecting no one
. Having stood, he walked around the desk.
“You are making a big mistake, why don’t you at least think about it before you turn