Zack Scott and Lexie Murphy are high school students in Uncharted Destiny who are learning that what they want is not always what God wants for them and to have Charted Destiny is to be in alignment with His plan. Fun and chaotic family adventures would describe the Murphy family. Old world money, only child and upper class would describe Zack Scott's world. He needs tutoring in German so that he can one day take over his family's antique and clock store, Timeless Treasures and the Grandfather Clock Factory, which is a long time handed down tradition in the Scott Family. Only a few people in the world know the Scott family secrets which have to do with Zack's GGGreat Uncle Rolfe Hess being a former member of the SS death squad at a young impressionable teen. Unfortunate family events make him flee the country, but the SS cousin Rudolph Hess keeps his grips on him by forcing him to hide stolen art, gold and money. Over 70 years later, Zack and Lexie begin the hunt to uncover and redeem the family name by giving back to society that which is the property of the descendants of Germany, Poland, France and Austria.
Destiny Unfolds take up 3 years later as Lexie graduates early from BYU with a degree in Art History and Zack returns from his mission in Hamburg. They fall in love, marry and begin a new life helping to restore some grace to society by helping law enforcement track down more stolen art. Follow them to Argentina where they are hot on the trail of someone who knows exactly where to look. Of course, a series of events always seem to try to topple them but they always seem to come up smiling and push on to success.
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Under Cover began as two FBI agents are reluctantly accepting of an assignment to work together. There is animosity as partners, but their Chief would like them to take an assignment to break up a Russian spy ring in California. Set in Westlake Village and Thousand Oaks, they are given a home across from the suspect and his family and asked to portray a typical newlywed LDS couple.
Anyone who has ever been a convert knows that it is not easy at first to assimilate that position as the vernacular of LDS people is a little different than the normal public. Things that actually happened to me as a convert were fun to allow them to portray and watch the natural consequences occur.
They solve the case, fall in love and the sequel is another assignment as a REAL newlywed couple. They must go to Mexico, where they have no jurisdiction and convince a witness for the prosecution of a drug lord to return with them, under witness protection, and attend the trial. The CIA, the cartel and others watch over the two and how they get themselves out of this one is nothing short of a miracle.
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