Tia Keating’s sister, Scarlett Weiss, shows up on her doorstep just after Tia’s daughter Magnolia is kidnapped straight from her arms. The kidnapping sends Tia’s house into an uproar. The continued unrest causes two of Tia’s beloved foster children to run away once Tia’s erratic behavior finally crosses the line.
Can Tia and her family find Magnolia and the runaways before their lives are ruined or will The Darkness win this time?
Only an epic battle will tell.
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About the Author
The first psychic-medium ever used on The Travel Channel's Ghost Adventures, Shelia is known for her special blend of homespun humor and gentle compassion. She has a large client base spanning several countries. Among her clients are people from all walks of life including physicians, lawyers, other psychic mediums, teachers, business owners, professional athletes, award winning authors, and soccer moms.
Shelia also has an ever-growing celebrity base which includes stars of Baywatch and Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, as well as cast and/or crew of House, Entourage, Brothers and Sisters, CSI Miami, Melrose Place 2009, 90210, Star Trek (2009, 2010), We Are Men, Mad Men,
Dallas, and Masters of Sex, to name a few.
Shelia is a Certified Spiritual Coach, Intuitive, Empath, Medium, ULC Minister, and Reiki Master.
Liz McMullen has had a passion for history and world religions since she was a little girl looking up at her Dad as he told her stories. She fed her addiction to politics, history, mythology, and religion while at Mount Holyoke College and during her junior year abroad at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. She went backpacking around Europe, visiting all the places she had been reading about. Although her title as the Traveling Where's Waldo of the family has been retired, her wanderlust lives on in her writing.
Liz is an author, mentor, publisher, and documentarian. Her debut novel, If I Die Before I Wake, is a Rainbow Award Finalist. Finding Home won the Young Adult Golden Crown Literary Award (Goldie) in 2016. Through the Hourglass, a Liz McMullen Show Publication, won a Goldie in the Anthology category. It was Book II in the Lizzie's Bedtime Stories Anthology Series.