The Jessica Trilogy


World-class equestrian, Jessica Wyeth, is thrust into the middle of a game of geopolitical warfare. Reeling from revelations of her connection to the violent struggles to expunge Britain from Northern Ireland, she’s blocked by unseen forces from returning to the United States. 

The facts of Jessica’s birth become her deepest secret. Her late mother was considered by Northern Ireland to be a terrorist and her father is a key negotiator between violent Irish Republican Army (IRA) factions in Belfast and the British Government.

The Troubles

Jessica Wyeth lived with Bridget Heinchon for ten years and never knew two things: Bridget was a revolutionary and her mother. When Jessica rides a world-class steeplechase, she is an unwitting accomplice to a devastating bombing in an English shopping Mall. The group behind the bombing is the Charity, a generations old support network of the IRA. Michael Conant, reluctant heir to the Charity and Jessica’s lover, must choose his allegiance to his violent family legacy or the woman he loves.

The Charity

Jessica Wyeth is falsely accused of a brutal murder of the one person who could protect her. Terrified, she runs, becoming a master of deception. The process of rebuilding her life is derailed when she is recognized by the organization that destroyed her family. Her search for the truth treatens to exposed the cold reality of a network of terrorist cells and Jessica learns she is not the only one hiding in plain sight.

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