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Loreena Picket is a young blind woman with a gift. In the rare moments when she's not wearing her gloves, if she takes your hand, she travels with you to your own personal afterlife. Loreena will return - you won't. Loreena's minister uncle says her power is a gift from God, and together they help terminally ill people die peacefully. Still, Loreena is conflicted, because she's seen the afterlife, and it's nothing like her uncle says it is.

This uneasy peace is shattered when one night, Loreena must take a life to save her wayward brother. This act draws her unwillingly into a seedy world of crime, and she must learn to survive being kidnapped, confined, and used for her power. And, ultimately, she must discover whether her true nature is that of an angel of mercy or an assassin.

©2015 Colleen M. Story (P)2016 Recorded Books

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  • sarahmoose2000
  • 04-22-16

Slow but worth it

Loreena has been blind since a car accident at 9 years old. She relied heavily on her brother but he has grown and left to seek his own future elsewhere. Now she has to live with her uncle at church and 'help' along people who are terminally ill, by a reverse sort of reiki. Don't let her lay on her hands unless you really mean it.

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