Sara rarely speaks. Her parents are uncomfortable around her. Notes are the only words she shares with the sister who is nothing like her. Bullied at school, people think she’s weak and walked on-–-a bystander in her own life. And Sara knows they’re right.
Until the tribal sorcerer from her dreams sends a startling message: “You belong to me.”
Sara’s soul might not belong to this world for long, but she meets Tarren and feels the electricity of a first love. And that makes her life worth fighting for.
Her dreams might be real, but allowing herself to remain shy might mean her death.
About the Author
Stacy was born and raised in Silver City, NM. Her Grandmother really did tell stories of Indians haunting their land and the grave of the massacred traveling actors is just a little more than a mile from her home. She now lives in Utah with her husband and five children. When she's not writing, she's folding the never-ending mountain of laundry and cuddling with her babies-both old and young.