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Reborn: The Serendipitous Curse, Book One

by Aiden James, Lisa Collicutt (Author)

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Amidst an explosion in the street at the entrance to the historic Solomon Brandt Plantation a naked man and white horse appear. When police arrive the horse carries the man away. Who is the naked man? How did he get there?

The bruised and battered naked man is Solomon Brandt. Is he THE Solomon Brandt? Who knows? He certainly doesn’t. Solomon has no idea how he got where he is or who he is, just that the name Solomon feels right. Melba finds Solomon at the river where his horse, Excalibur, takes him. She takes him in, tends his wounds, feeds him, and gives him and Excalibur shelter in her shed.

There’s much more to Melba than meets the eye. She knows, or highly suspects, who Solomon is. It’s the why she can’t fathom. Melba can see into Solomon’s heart and does everything in her power to assist him. When Solomon and her niece, Desiree McClinton, meet Melba tries to stop the impending train wreck she believes their attraction and desire will cause. It’s like trying to catch the wind.

Solomon is suffering from nightmares, visions of a time long past, and a heavy sense of foreboding. He feels as if he’s being watched and what is that malevolent creeping darkness he sees? Who is that viciously cruel man he sees in his visions and dreams, a demon, himself, or both? When Solomon meets Desiree he feels an attraction and desire he’s never known. Her visage in his mind soothes his fears and can occasionally keep the demon at bay. But the visions are getting stronger, the darkness closer, and Solomon can’t run forever.

The past’s hold and influence over the present and future is central to THE SERENDIPITOUS CURSE: REBORN. Is love truly powerful enough to overcome cruelty and evil? Are some sins and people beyond redemption? Amongst the chills and thrills are some challenging questions. Light and dark hoodoo, demons, retributive justice, protective ancestor spirits, curses, sins of the past, all these and more await in readers in the compulsively readable THE SERENDIPITOUS CURSE: REBORN. Heads up warning…..If cliff hangers aren’t your thing you’ll want to snag The Serendipitous Curse: Reviled to have at the ready.

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