When she is offered the opportunity to exhibit her artwork in a prestigious gallery in London, Natalie Sanders can't believe her luck. As she prepares for her trip, she in unaware that her movements are being followed by a mysterious man, intent on finding Natalie's connection to an ancient rosary with a mystical past. When events around her start to spin out of control, with lives in mortal danger, Natalie is thrown on an emotional roller coaster. It is only when she finally arrives in London, and she encounters Melody Bennet, a woman whose life seemingly parallels her own, that Natalie begins to understand a greater plan is unfolding. As danger escalates, Natalie and Melody must come together to fight unknown forces unraveling against them, and fulfill their tasks as keepers of the sacred prophecy.
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- Ericka I.
Where is book 3?!?!
I don't know how she does it. There are alot of characters in this book and yet I feel like I know them all. The author has a way of feeding you a million pieces and then seamlessly weaving them together. This book is a great follow up to The Book of Obeah.
"Most only focus on what seperates us spiritually, rather than honing in on what connects us" ~Olivia
This quote is one of my faves from this work. It applies to more than just spirituality it applies to all aspects of life.
I do recommend this read.
Why are the characters white. The heroines are need and saved by women and men of color who should have been the Maine characters. The only redeeming thing about his book was the narrator. Too bad I was vested and could get money back.