The books of The Sadhana Trilogy
Sadhana: in yoga, a quest, a practice, or a discipline in pursuit of a spiritual goal.
Book I in the Sadhana Trilogy.
A talking tigress. A wandering yogi. A young woman’s journey through a land where chaos threatens gods and mortals alike.
A tigress speaks to the outcaste girl Mala. Terrified, she flees, colliding with an old yogi. He tells tales that awaken her hunger for forbidden spiritual knowledge. Thus begins her quest for freedom, on which she meets gods and goddesses, outlaws and kings, and the young prince prophesied to become the Buddha.
And when she loses everything she loves, her quest goes terribly wrong.
Book II in the Sadhana Trilogy.
A beautiful warrior princess. A tormented prince. A terrible choice between love, duty, and spiritual freedom.
Rebellious Dhara runs away from her Himalayan clan to study with powerful yogi Mala, a mysterious woman with a violent past. When war threatens, Dhara embarks on a journey where she meets Prince Siddhartha and captures his heart.
Wealth, pleasure, and the warrior’s powers seduce Dhara, while Siddhartha’s longing for a sage’s life intensifies. Their son’s birth brings on a spiritual crisis for the prince. If he leaves his kingdom to seek enlightenment, he turns his back on love and duty and risks destroying his people. Only Dhara can convince him to stay…
Book III in the Sadhana Trilogy.
A mother’s great loss and the path to healing.