Sandy Wright is an award-winning author of paranormal and romantic suspense novels, poetry and short fiction. Her newest novel is Song of the Ancients, set in the magical red rocks of Sedona, Arizona.
Sandy loves to take ordinary characters and put them in extraordinary situations that change their view of this world. A journalism major and teacher, she is also a 2nd degree Wiccan High Priestess with a coven in the Phoenix, AZ area.
Born and raised in the midwest, Sandy lives in Arizona with her husband, college-age son, and three huge black cats, including Shadow Moon, who is also a character in her first book. The most recent addition to the household is Teak, a laid-back (yeah, right) Australian Shepherd/Border Collie mix puppy. The cats despise him, of course.
What would you die for?
Samantha Danroe doesn't believe in magic. Her ex-husband cured her of happily-ever-after when he cheated on her three days after saying I-do.
She doesn't believe in ghosts. Until her mother's ghost rises from a Halloween bonfire with a warning of death from beyond the grave.
And she certainly doesn't believe in witchcraft. Until she becomes the prey in an ancient war waged between good and evil. A war whose rules she must scramble to learn to stay alive.
In need of protection, Samantha turns to the mysterious Nicholas Orenda, a sixth-generation witch on the trail of a creature who is systematically killing off his family. According to his family's prophecy, three will be sacrificed to the dark. His mother and grandmother are already dead, and Nicholas doesn't have time to play by the rules.
Samantha finds herself in the center of a deadly hunt for a mysterious foe. Can she find the strength to defeat a supernatural killer and prevent the third sacrifice? Or will she be the catalyst that opens the gates to the Underworld?