Convergence by Deborah Madar
Authored by Deborah Madar
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
BISAC: Fiction / Contemporary Women
When a human connection is made unexpectedly, out of nowhere, hope arises; life seems full of possibilities and worth living, even in the darkest times. So concludes Leigh Ann Fray's latest Convergences column, through which she observes and explores how fate can intercede and transform lives. Suddenly, chance intervenes in her own life when she receives a flattering email from a long forgotten boyfriend. He wonders: Would she be interested in reconnecting, for old time's sake? Phil Perrero's true motivation for reaching out to her, however, is much more complicated. Charlotte White, an emotionally unstable young woman, is obsessed with Leigh Ann. When she discovers Phil's rendezvous plan, The Voice inside Charlotte's head insists she must prevent this reunion. When the two strangers converge in Leigh Ann's home one day, the tragedy that unfolds devastates Leigh Ann. This convergence forces her to confront the question: what is her role in this catastrophe? Is she a victim or the catalyst?