Aria Suarez uncovers a nuclear plot that threatens the heart of our very nation. Sinister forces surround and threaten her when, out of nowhere, the man who reportedly died so many years before returns as if from the grave – intent on protecting her. Has God finally joined them together? Or is Aria doomed to mourn Nick Williams twice?
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The Only Man Who Can Save Her Life Has Been Dead for a Decade.
Raised in a loving home, Aria Suarez dreamed of becoming a professional pianist happily married to her high school crush. After the only boy who ever caught her eye dies a hero’s death and her wrist is shattered along with her future plans, she turns her brilliant musical mind to nuclear engineering and solving mysteries of science.
Abandoned to an abusive father at five, Nick Williams grew up dreaming of escape; of enlisting in the Army and leaving his wretched life behind; of proving himself worthy of the girl he loves. But the crucible of combat offers only the escape of death.
A decade later, Aria uncovers a nuclear plot that threatens the heart of our very nation. Sinister forces surround and threaten her when, out of nowhere, the man who reportedly died so many years before returns as if from the grave — intent on protecting her.
Has God finally joined them together?
Or is Aria doomed to mourn Nick twice?
I was so sorry to hear about the death of your son. I, too know what it is like to have loved ones taken from us in death. We never forget. I want to tell you too that I really did enjoy reading reading An Aria for Nick. Your books that I have read have been great. Please keep writing, and I will keep buying and reading. I especially like books that have spiritual lessons along with very good fiction. May God bring added comfort to you and your family each day.
” An Aria for Nick” is an excellent book! I ,too, have read it several times and found different things to enjoy about it with each reading. As I was reading the book the first time I kept wanting to skip ahead to see the next twist in the plot and when I tried that I would miss part of the adventure. Needless to say I quit doing that quickly.
I have been following your blog and Monday morning Chat for several years and always loved your stories about the boys and your family lifestyle. I am so sorry for your loss and pray you will feel God close in your grief.
Condolences on the loss of your son. I absolutely love the book that is your son’s favourite. I truly understand why he did.