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  • Posted February 14, 2013

    Was a little scary for me... but liked it!!!  There were too man

    Was a little scary for me... but liked it!!! 
    There were too many unanswered deaths at the reservation for Sheila Metcalf not to be suspicious, bringing up
    nightmares from her past and questions she needed to find answers for about her friends and her mother's deaths.
    She felt the need to face her fears so she could move forward in her own relationships. Preston won't let the 
    woman he loves drive into danger from Hideaway without following her. So Blaze Farmer insists on going with his
    friend Preston and enlightens everyones mood with his fun, adventurous side.The truths in life somtimes aren't as
    pretty as we would like to paint them or want them to be, as Sheila and the Navajo children find out. Holding on to
    her faith in God over evil she discovers the ugly truths of the Navajo werewolf spirits ruling the children at the
    reservation. Keep the lights on while reading this one!! 

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