thrillers, Christian Fiction, suspense, New Adult
They aren’t paranormal investigators, just ordinary believers who dare to follow God into dark places.
For Maj Newhouse life revolves around her faith, her friends, Aimee and Kevin Cole, and her projects at the old barn-but that was before Jason Knight walked through the door. The handsome businessman from Chicago has a problem; he has staked his career on rehabilitating a haunted hotel.
A chance encounter with Kevin has led him to the old barn, and Maj is shocked to learn that Knight expects to hire her and her friends as exorcists for his property!
Will Maj’s distrust of the charming stranger and her own self-doubt cripple the newly formed Exodus Team before it starts?
"At the university, all those times we were chasing spirits, stalking graveyards at midnight, and camping out in haunted houses, there was a Spirit waiting for us. This One wants to be found, felt, and experienced. Not just with electromagnetic equipment and infrared thermometers but with our living human beings.”
Maj was standing in a large room. A solitary streetlight shone through windows veiled by thin, dusty curtains, illuminating rows of tables encircling her. In the dim yellow light, she could barely make out the dark wood paneling and expensive draperies surrounding each window.
The room was so quiet that her ears were ringing from the silence.
A door slammed shut; she spun to see a large double door in the same dark wood looming before her. Her mouth went dry, and she swallowed the bitter taste of adrenaline.
The single door to her left creaked open, and she could hear Aimee’s voice calling from beyond the doorway.
She took a step toward the door.
“Maj, come in here,” Aimee’s voice floated toward her.
Suddenly, the double door began to rattle. The frantic knocking rose to an incessant pitch growing louder and stronger. The picture on the wall began to tremble from the force.
Fear froze her steps and clouded her reason…
“Lord, show me what to do. Open my eyes,” she prayed, backing away from both doors.
Format : paperback
Page Count : 250