Carter Spence is a 26 year-old accountant out of Boston who has an out-of-body experience following a car accident that kills his parents. He views the chaos from above the scene of the accident, then passes through the tunnel and reunites with relatives who have long been dead. A woman he does not recognize approaches him and says, “Welcome, son.” Her message to him is that he needs to be aware of his true identity and should follow signs that will lead him there. She mentions mountains, but Carter is jolted back into his physical body before she can finish.
After burying his parents, Carter heads west and meets a free-spirit named Brenda, whom he is drawn to on many levels. She becomes his travelling companion and leads him to Boulder, Colorado, and to an old white house of an old man named Martin. Diaries, hypnosis, and past-life regression reveal a bizarre connection between these three. Carter discovers that the truth to his identity can only be found by pursuing the answer to whether he is the reincarnation of his biological father in what is shaping up to be a love affair rekindled beyond the grave.
Carter Spence believed he knew everything about his life and family. When he and his parents are involved in car crash, which leaves his parents dead, he has an out of body experience that sets him on a journey of self discovery and delving into secrets he knew nothing about.
Carter can't explain his lack of injuries or his driving need to go west to the mountains. Along the way west, Carter meets Brenda who lights up Carter's world.
Carter takes Brenda to her hometown of Boulder, Colorado, and he can't seem to escape wanting to be close to Brenda. Then, Carter breaks down outside of a white house he feels drawn to. Will Carter admit his attraction to Brenda? What is it about the white house? Will Carter reach his destination? Your answers await you in Desert Son.
Desert Son unfolds in an unusual way, yet makes it clear how important it is as a whole. I'll be honest; I thought Carter was kinda self-absorbed, thinking only of his needs and feelings. Yet, as the book progressed, I changed my mind. I found that Carter was just another lost soul searching for answers like the rest of us.
If you're looking for an out of the ordinary read, Desert Son is the book for you.
Desert Son features:
- paranormal romance
- out of body experiences
- sexual situations
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