Descendants from the Event Planner
Book Two of the Nobody's Property series
In the year 2060, as her Scottish-born father lay in a coma from the attempt on her own life he intercepted, heterochromic twenty-one-year-old musician Lenore Clia Faulkner, granddaughter of former Nobody's Property front woman Clia Foster, finds herself wracked with guilt her dad would not want her to feel.
During the late 1970s and early 1980s, following her Vietnam veteran husband's 1978 suicide, recent widow Mallorie Walcott struggles to keep elder teenage daughter Sadie out of trouble with the law, while helping younger daughter Cassandra cope with losing her father at such a young age.
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Clia Foster, abused nearly to death by her biological father, comes to accept another man as "Dad" and begins the long road to discovering her own self-worth and overcoming the burden and struggles imposed on her for nearly the first decade of her life.
In the early 2070s, Lenore's coming of age younger sister Greta participates in a student-made motion picture that gets her a nomination for one of those "little golden statues" like her middle-namesake, Elise Matthews, now in her eighties and still going strong, has several of.