Bad things, good people! Sometimes they blurred the lines!
Sixteen years old Hallie Thompson vows to help her grandmother build a shelter for battered women. The only source of financing they can think of is the demon Tilly Whitelock’s buried gold. However, forty killer ghosts guard the gold under a century-old spell. Hallie and her grandmother are unable to lift the arcane spell and free the treasure. So, they place a diary with Tilly’s golden secret online with a magic footprint. Hoping to attract a magician with powers to revive her. Hallie then can kill her and lift the spell off the gold. If things don’t go as planned though, Tilly will be set free to wreak havoc upon the world once again.
The Cardwells have all the money and prestige many people could only dream of having. Everything has gone well up until now. They've never had any reverence for God or felt the need to give Him any of their time, nor any of their money. Will lies, murder, and utter deceit change all of that? Will they cry out to God for help, or will they trust their money to save them from all evil?
On September 15, 2008, Julie Wasserman’s life collapsed. In the morning, she lost her job at Lehman Brothers. That afternoon, she lost her twin brother, Jack, in a car crash. A year and a half later, she returns home to Pittsburgh to start a new job and live up to a pledge to visit her brother’s grave every day. With six weeks to wait before the start of the new job, she steps out of character and purchases a plane ticket to Thailand, the one place her brother dreamed of visiting. She arrives in Thailand, focused on trying to figure out how she is going to live in the world without her twin brother and best friend. But an interruption in the form of a sexy Israeli, Avi, distracts her from this goal. As he tries to make her see that their meeting was beshert, meant to be, she insists that she must return home to live up to her promise to Jack. Feeling responsible for Jack’s death, Julie believes that he wouldn’t want her to be happy, but would expect her to mourn for the rest of her life. Can Avi find a way to convince her they are bashert and Jack wouldn’t want her to stop living, or is Julie doomed to a life of guilt and unhappiness unless a higher power steps in?