Sara Kramer, who doubts everything, is pursued by two men of opposite but equally strong faiths: a New Age psychic healer and a fundamentalist preacher. When Sara refuses the preacher's proposal, he blames the psychic healer. Believing the psychic has put a curse on Sara and she is now possessed by demons, the preacher vows to save her, no matter what laws he has to break.
Hazel Hart, a retired English teacher, has been writing since she was a teenager and has won awards for her short fiction. She has published one book of short stories, The Nancy Nolan Show, and two anthologies of short fiction with B.J. Myrick, The Dark Side of the Rainbow and The Edge of Nowhere. She has published three contemporary suspense novels: The Night before Christmas, Family History, and Possessing Sara, as well as one young adult novel, The Survivalist's Daughter. Cordelia's Journey is her first historical novel. She is currently working on Book 3 of the Pierce Family Saga, Hiram's Boy.
Sara Kramer hates scammers and exposes them on her website. To that end, she is attending a psychic fair where she is investigating a rune reader she fears may be trying to bilk her elderly neighbor, but it is the man seated next to the target of her investigation that truly frightens her.
At the next table, a white-haired man sat with a book open in front of him, ostensibly reading, but in five minutes, he hadn't turned a page. His posture was tense and alert. He looked up once, his eyes meeting Sara's. She felt punched in the stomach. His eyes were a cold light blue, filled with pure calculation. She shivered at the evil emanating from him, and then she chastised herself. She was here to expose a psychic, not to convert to a belief in the supernatural.