"I half-turned to her and shrugged, still processing what I'd seen, or at least what I thought I'd seen, in Ms. Neal's eyes—like they weren't hers. Obviously, they were her eyes, but it looked like she'd plucked them from someone else's head. A dead someone else's head."
In the fight between good and evil, Light is your only weapon.
Crystal Scott finally feels like a normal teenager. She has a lead in the high school play, a best friend, and a gorgeous boyfriend. With prom only a few days away, Crystal’s ordinary life seems perfect.
Endowed with great Light because of her virtuous choices and her inherent gifts, Crystal’s aura has become visible to those with the ability to see auras. Unfortunately, her power has also attracted the attention of demons intent on destroying all Light.
When Vincent Crandall, the human host for a powerful demon, discovers that Crystal’s Light is strong enough to disrupt the connection between demons and their hosts, he realizes she may be able to sever the connection altogether. Determined to stop her from interfering with his plans to rule the world, he sends operatives to neutralize her Light.
After the operatives fail to disable Crystal, Vincent decides he must harness her power for himself. He kidnaps her parents, and Crystal is thrust into battle against a demon army she didn’t even know existed. With the help of a mysterious young man and his mother, Crystal must learn to use the power within her before Vincent kills her parents and exploits her Light.
1.Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
I grew up in Santa Barbara, CA. I now live in rural CO with a dog, cats, and a herd of goats. I've been happily married for almost 28 years and my husband and I are the parents of ten amazing children. I love to write, eat chocolate, watch The X-Files, and swim in the ocean when I have a chance. I also love Hawaii and my new favorite TV show is Once Upon a Time.
2.Have you always wanted to be an author and what or who inspired you to become a writer?
I have always wanted to be a writer. A close family friend encouraged me to pursue writing when I was a teenager. I went on to college and graduated, I got married and started having babies so I put writing on the back burner for years. I kept having babies and finally decided that if I wanted to pursue writing, I'd have to figure out how to fit it in with all of my kids.
3.Where is your favorite place to read?
I love to read in my living room next to a roaring fire while it snows outside. And if I have a cup of hot cocoa, I'm in heaven.
4.Do you have any advice for writers out there who want to become authors?
Never give up. Keep honing your craft and keep writing. Never surrender to the little voice that tells you that you can't do it. You can!
5.What is your favorite fairy tale?
Beauty and the Beast.
6. Tea or Coffee?
Peppermint Herbal Tea
7. Summer or Winter?
8. Harry Potter or Twilight?
9. Dogs or Cats?
10. Early Bird or Night Owl?
Early Bird now
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