Suspense. Intrigue. Evil. Faith.
In the small coastal community of Silverton, an evil presence resides. Over time most residents have grown numb to its insidious and subtle presence. A few have resisted.
Seventeen-year-old Bren has lived a life of abuse, discrimination, and exclusion. She blames her father, the town drunk, for every misery she has ever endured. Instead of surviving within her situation like others do, Bren is fiery mad and begins to push against a system she can’t begin to understand. When her efforts fail, she decides to escape with her mom. They never make it.
Bren is whisked away to The Haven, home of her paternal grandmother, GG. Under her tutelage, Bren is awakened to a destiny she could have never envisioned. She learns about the truth and witnesses another side of life. In the process of self-discovery, she has to deal with her on weaknesses, fears, and unforgiveness.
As evil approaches Bren asks, “Who are we up against?” The answer strikes deep within her breast.
Can she stand firm? Can she look into the eyes of hate and forgive? If she can’t, her greatest fear will be realized.