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“The Secret Trinity“ Storyline:
A teenage girl’s world is turned upside down when it collides with that of two teenage boys from different countries and faiths. The trio meets at an international peace conference in New York where teens get to interact with world leaders and share their ideas for how to obtain world peace. Behind the scenes, a plot forged by greed and zest for power is brewing to defeat terrorism by underhanded means. Should the plot transpire, it could result in unnecessary widespread human suffering and worldwide retaliation.
Through a birthmark each teen has, they discover they share a common link. All three have been chosen for a special calling in life to serve a higher Power / purpose. And as with everything, there are lots of catches.
Rebekah Feron, Isaac Ovadia, and David Eaton have each been given different personality traits and talents.
- Protagonist, Rebekah Feron is Catholic. She lives in the United States. She is courageous and witty. Plus she has an innate connection to animals which gives her the tools to relate well to animals of all kinds purely by nature.
- Isaac Ovadia is Jewish. He grew up in Israel and is currently living in Turkey. He is a born leader and an intelligent erudite. He has already proven himself to be an accomplished chemist by the age of sixteen.
- David Eaton is Anglican and is from England. He exemplifies the virtues of loyalty and integrity. He is a computer guru.
These three teens are told by a high-ranking U.S. official at the UNITY Peace Conference that they were given these abilities in order to fulfill their birthright.
Things grow complicated quickly when Rebekah (Bek) resists the notion that she is capable or worthy of fulfilling the mission she is called to. Her vulnerability causes her to struggle. Moreover, she doesn’t see how such a responsibility will fit into her lifestyle. Bek doesn’t have any real experience going completely by faith, which is what she’s being asked to do. She returns home from the conference with every intention of going on with life as usual.
Dark forces emerge in the form of a popular figure in America who is part politician, part celebrity. Thrust in the middle of this man’s plot to deceive the world in an attempt to gain the ultimate power he covets, Rebekah Feron is forced to make a choice. Will she step up to the plate after all and use her capabilities to accomplish a greater good for others? Or will she fail to respond to this challenge?
Along the way, Rebekah gains a new perspective on life and finds herself torn by romantic feelings she has for two very different young men. She is confused by two different kinds of love. One is the love she feels for a guy who shows time after time how much he respects and wants the best for her. The other is an attraction based on desire.
Thus the journey begins …
The whole of man’s history has been the story of dour combat with the powers of evil, stretching so our Lord tells us, from the very dawn of history until the last day. Finding himself in the midst of the battlefield, man has to struggle to do what is right, and it is at great cost to himself, and aided by God’s grace, that he succeeds in achieving his own inner integrity. (409 USCCB – Catechism of the Catholic Church)