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|Synopsis||Rita Harper met her husband in a religious cult in the United States. They are happily married, but Rita is still obsessed with their former leader, Leland Swann, and when Leland invites himself into the family home, and then announces his plan to revive People Under Godís Command in New Zealand, Rita believes that heís offering her a last chance at salvation.
Lelandís arrival coincides with Ritaís daughter, Stella, who has retreated home after the end of a relationship and is in no mood to flatter a guru. Rita throws herself into Lelandís quest for fame and interferes in Stellaís life, but if she canít face the truth of what happened forty years before, she might alienate her daughter and destroy her own marriage.
Acts of Love is an unputdownable story of passion and ambition, love and duty, and what ĎGodí can mean to different people.
Featured in the 2 November 2007 New Zealandi> newsletter.
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