She has a chance to make history in two worlds, but conventional wisdom says she doesn’t belong in either. It is a collision between cultures. Camy Reynolds has the ability and the opportunity to become the first African-American prima ballerina in New York City since ballet arrived in the 1700s. In her final year of college, she has also done spectacular work in the prestigious all-boys world of the physics department, and the chairman has picked her to be part of the God Particle Research Team. People in the world of ballet wonder if Camy is going be the first one. Physics leads her into a personal encounter with God she never imagined and possibly a key to understanding life itself. Amid the rising expectations, Camy Reynolds finds an Asian friend and confidant that is full of wisdom and compassion, who helps her cross the bridge from the past and the future. It amounts to a whole lot of pressure that she seems to handle well—most of the time. Will she make the right choice with love interests Adrian Fisher, scion of a wealthy New York family, pulling her toward ballet? Or will Dr. Carson Bell, a young professor/mentor, encourage her to embrace the God Particle and use it to understand her unique identity? Which will she choose?