It’s been a year since Destiny was abducted by sick demon worshipers who intended to use her as a human sacrifice. They’d already carved evil-looking symbols all over her body when she somehow managed to escape.
Tonight is Halloween — the one-year anniversary of her abduction — and she’s determined to return to the woods where she nearly lost her life. She doesn’t expect to see a white lion waiting for her. Aren’t black cats supposed to be bad luck on Halloween? Perhaps a white lion will be the opposite of evil. Or, maybe she’s finally lost her mind, because lions are not indigenous to Tennessee and Georgia.
Destiny has been through hell. She survived being kidnapped and almost offered up as a virgin sacrifice. She has the scars and nightmares to prove it. She is determined to move on. In order to do that she needs to go back. She needs to determine which are memories and which are fantasy. What she doesn’t know is that her memories were altered to keep her from remembering the paranormals who rescued her. When she returns to the scene of the crime she stumbles across a white lion. When the lion turns into Zeke, the guy who got her through the worst of her trauma she is relieved because she isn’t crazy and freaked because people aren’t supposed to turn into lions!
I enjoyed following Destinys journey of self-discovery. Zeke is a total sweetie. I appreciated the way the author dealt with Destinys parents. You need to respect a persons right to worship differently. Despite being jackholes Destiny is a strong young woman with strength of character. She got that from them.
I really enjoyed this entry in the world of the Chattanooga Supernaturals.