When psychologist Savannah James meets mentally ill five-year-old Payne Isaac, she sees her role as simple: help Payne. Session after session, she listens to Payne as he describes events that haven't occurred and people she is certain do not exist. She desperately wants the therapy to have a positive effect in his life-a drive born from her need to cope with her own secrets. When Payne discovers Savannah's secret, he is convinced it is she who needs help-an obligation he believes belongs to him and one that forces him to choose between keeping his friends and helping her.
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About the Author
Kent Breazeale has loved the art of storytelling since he was a young boy. Growing up in rural Mississippi has given him an understanding of the culture and the eccentrics of the people living in the south. He has written many short stories, poems, and wedding vows, and has been published in church magazines. Breazeale has a collection of short stories that illustrate his natural art of storytelling.
Kent and his wife served as missionaries in the remote village of Bullima on the plains of Tanzania, East Africa. They currently live in Falkner, Mississippi, with their adopted dogs, Harley and Ubu.