In the first of the Deity's Diary novels, Rhea emerges from the cocoon of her existence. She's destined to become an individual who’ll eventually grow to discover that the appearance of mortality is as beneficial as the reality of immortality, if she can survive.
As Rhea embarks on the first months of her true voyage of self discovery, the stillborn girl survives to progress through callow, unemployed youth with ‘multiple hang-ups’ and become a hostess with class, style and sophistication in the most convoluted of life journeys.
Previously unknown strengths of character leap forward as she makes her way in under a year from bus hostess to corporate heroine, softly nudged by intuition, belief in a ‘guardian angel’ and a desire to simply ‘help out’. Born a girl, raised a boy, it’s time for the pendulum to swing again, reluctantly resting in a location it should never have deviated from.
Events quickly tumble past the decidedly unwanted award of ‘Miss Easter Egg’ to the unintentional human misery unleashed by her wayward onion, as her life is filled with betrayal and unforeseen consequence while she unwaveringly and humorously travels her reluctant path.
Rhea’s greatest self discovery; it’s simpler to accept your fate than fight your destiny.