A young married couple find themselves caught in the middle of a feud between the angel, Metatron, and the wiccan goddess, Isis.
Eric and Chris find themselves at a cross roads in their marriage. They have drifted apart through the past months. In an attempt to reconnect with his wife, Eric brings a ouija board into the house. However, the ouija board manages to separate them even more through Isis.
Filled with supernatural elements and inspirational faith, this gothic story explores the realm of religions that will either destroy Eric and Chris, or save them.
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About the Author
Mary Asaro's poems have been published in numerous poetry journals. She was born in Florence, South Carolina, and grew up in Darlington County. She has a Bahelor's Degree in English Liberal Arts and a minor in Creative Writing from Francis Marion University.