Starting life in an orphanage, Darian slips into a world of perversity when adopted by Harry and Ruth Beel. Kindled by the rage his life has engendered, his inherent powers begin to grow. His obsession to become at one with the Power leads him to a woman he believes is the key.
Fredrika Marsh has led a quiet, controlled life, her only risks being her work as a technical analyst and her friendship with her quirky friend Jodi. Then chaos appears in the ghostly visage of a man who threatens her and, ultimately, her friends.
Avatar, the wolf, after nearly losing his life force to Darian and sensing the innocent somehow connected to this monster, is dedicated to helping Fredrika survive the dark power that drives Darian by encouraging her to embrace her own power.
Every corner of Fredrika's life is invaded, her self-sufficiency lost. She must trust others to survive. Most of all, she must risk trusting herself, for the paranormal ability she fears is the only way she can survive. Her search for answers brings Garrison McCrary into her life, raising the question: will she get a second chance-a chance to live and to love?
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.65(d)|
|Age Range:||16 Years|
About the Author
She is co-author and producer of the 5-CD audio book titled "It's Your Move! Transform Your Dreams from Wishful Thinking To Reality," which was a Bronze Award Winner in ForeWord Magazine's 2004 Book of the Year Awards. She also has several fiction books available.
For information on her other books, visit her web site: www.WilliamsenPublications.com.
Dannye has now returned to her home town of Memphis, TN with her husband, John Dean Williamsen.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Second Chances by Dannye Willamsen Review by Greta Burroughs I am not too much into reading about the paranormal but I am glad I started reading Second Chances. The first few pages hooked me and kept my attention until the last page. Freddie Marsh is haunted by visits from a shadow person and asks the classic question, "why me?" Instead of running from the problem, she tries to find the answer. Damien, the one trying to communicate with Freddie, cannot understand why she is not more accepting of his presence. On the surface, Second Chances is a classic tale of good verses evil but as the story progresses, Dannye Williamsen expands that concept so that it is not so cut and dry. There is good/evil in all of us but it is a personal choice as to which is predominent. The author makes the reader think by taking us through Freddie's struggle of how to handle the power she has always tried to ignore but now has to comes to terms with. Dannye Williamsen's style of writing is very intriguing and well developed. I like the way she uses descriptive writing to set the scene and make the reader see what is happening and become one with the story. I highly recommend this book and am looking forward to read the sequel, The Ties That Bind."