Her father, Yuri Zakharov, with whom she was reunited in January, resigned as conductor of the Philadelphia Symphony to manage her career. He waits proudly back stage as she nears the end of her performance. His new wife and former secretary, Belle Meade stands by his side.
At the conclusion of a medley of songs dedicated to her mother, Alexandra pauses, closes her eyes, and turns her head as if listening to something or someone.
“Look. An angel is talking to her,” calls someone from the balcony. Actually, Alexandra did hear a voice, although unrecognizable, telling her to return to Divinity Falls. It had been a long time since she had heard from her angelic friend, Angel Lopez. Not since January 21 in Philly. It was also her last contact with the prince of demons, Helel Ben Shazar. Who was telling her to return to the Pennsylvania town where her adventure began nearly a year ago?
“Return to Divinity Falls.” There it was again. A female voice. Soft. Calm. Comforting. Still unrecognizable.
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