Book 3: Wings of Grace.
Bigotry and intolerance drive Grace Lampley and her beloved Anita out of their Edenic retreat on Long Island. Grace returns to the brutally competitive world of the commercial theatre, and Anita finds an even truer love, a man she marries. Grace copes with her loss by dating men to whom she is not physically attracted and by learning to fly an airplane. In time she becomes a celebrated stuntwoman. The acute dangers of her weekend flying prepare her for the most dangerous stunt of her life: the embezzlement of two million dollars from bosses she has learned to hate.
Book 4: Grace on the Land
Grace settles on a small farm near Aramon, France, southwest of Avignon. The wealthy and powerful man who helps her acquire the land falls in love with her and become her mentor and guide. Her friendship with international hero, Charles A. Lindbergh, provides access to the burgeoning aircraft industries in France and Germany, access that calls her to the attention of German, British and American intelligence. With the onset of World War II, she becomes a minor official in the Vichy government, but she uses her position for the benefit of the Allies. Always the adventuress, she repeatedly slips into and out of the embrace of death and romance.