Megan is a nurse, wife and a mother who learns that her lifelong heightened sensory perception puts her among an ancient elite group known as Aurators—those who can read people’s auras. She meets Max, who mentors her, as she is swiftly thrust into membership within a secret historical medical society originating back to ancient Greece, and her world quickly wobbles between reality and the supernatural driving her to the brink of insanity. In discovering her powerful bloodline, she also learns the prophecy marking her to protect the world from the Caduceus, an equally ancient society intent on world destruction. Conflicted between her professional oath to do no harm, and her prophesied calling to protect the innocent, Megan cannot deny an inherent and swiftly growing urge to do the unimaginable. Barely juggling her new Aurator life, work and family, Megan tries to confide in her rock solid husband, only to discover that he too has secrets of his own---leaving Megan to question if her marriage and family will ever be the same. This fast paced drama will leave readers begging the question--what next?
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The Aurator based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This wonderful fast paced book has really got it all. It's eloquently, yet unpretentiously, written, contains a moral dilemma,and and a touch of the paranormal.
Wonderful concept for a story. Loved the book. Can't wait for the next one. The only thing I hope is that it is a little longer.