A cast of three very different heroes come together in this suspenseful series—Austan Sandoval (a master of disguise and deception), James Hinton (a naïve missionary out to save the world), and Suvi Goldstein (a desperate girl running from her past)—showing how the transforming power of God holds out hope to all, from those who have lived a charmed life to the vilest of sinners.
Charissa Stastny hails from Las Vegas, Nevada, but has never pulled the handle of a slot machine and can’t shuffle cards to save her life. After writing the creative tale of The Creature from McGool in 4th grade, she has envisioned herself an author, and continued in shame to pen some cheesy romance scenes as a teenager. Thankfully, she has matured somewhat and tries hard not to spread too much cheese around in her writing now. She graduated from Brigham Young University in Elementary Education and enjoys writing, reading, hiking and biking. She resides in Idaho’s Treasure Valley with her husband and children, where card shuffling isn’t required. Whew!
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From Book 2:
Lime green goop bubbled up…up…up before cooling and drifting downward, undulating and mingling to form sinuous shapes on its descent to the slime pile. Suvi sulked as she watched the green glob from her lava lamp transform into eerie contours that mimicked the walking dead from those awful movies she’d watched as a teen. Reaching over to switch off her lamp, she wished she could turn off memories as easily. Despite the joyous events that had occurred this month, the horrid past still bound her.
Today had proved that.
Squeezing her eyes shut, she forced back tears as scenes clawed out of her mind’s grave and opened raw wounds to ooze in her heart.
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