When you find true love, will you recognize it? Will you know the difference between illusion and reality? Will you trust love even if everything you know tells you otherwise?
Mia has loved Gabriel since the day he suddenly appeared to fulfill his dharma, to see her through a difficult adolescence after being orphaned. He disappeared without notice when Mia found employment as a dancer and could stand on her own feet.
Recurring dreams lead Mia to believe a mystery keeps them apart, Gabriel loves her as much as she loves him, and he will return.
When Gabriel reappears at a frightful accident site, Mia thinks the time has come to reunite. But now Gabriel is a convicted biker gang member, brainwashed by a cult who claims to capture Nephilim.
Should she cut her ties and marry Alex, the man who stands by her when Gabriel offers her up as a sacrifice to his cult?
What is the greatest act of courage that will show her the deeper meaning of love?
Nominated for the Kirkwood Award, The Creed is a suspenseful novel of magical realism, visionary fiction and paranormal romance – a Nephilim love triangle set in contemporary California.
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Vivi Stutz is a fiction and non-fiction writer. She writes romance, romantic comedy and magical realism novels; and non-fiction books, articles and blog posts about fitness, wellness, self-help, psychology and war trauma.
She is a Certified Personal Trainer and Orthopedic Exercise Specialist through the American Council on Exercise, and a Certified Personal Trainer and Advanced Personal Trainer through the International Fitness Professionals Association. She is a pre-licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a Master of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Spiritual Psychology.
Originally from Germany and now a bilingual dual citizen, she attempts to have one foot on each continent while maintaining a home with her husband and a hoard of rescue animals in Southern California.
Her writing draws from nearly twenty years of experience as an independent personal trainer in Los Angeles, a prior decade of professional dance and muscial theater experience in Germany, a round of acting in Hollywood, the study and practice of psychology; and various real life stories such as moving to East Germany after the fall of the Berlin Wall, starting over in the US as a cleaning woman in Youth Hostels while attending acting school, discovering the impact of transgenerational WW2 trauma and navigating cultural differences on both continents.
If you are interested in finding out more about Vivi Stutz, please visit her website www.ViviStutz.com.