Keziah lost her husband when she was pregnant with their second son. A workaholic and strong, independent leader whose religion is her work, she finds herself at the local stream at an unholy hour of the night. She survives a raging wave, and this close call leads her to redefine her values.
Caroline and her husband Onyema were once successful business tycoons, but they went bankrupt and returned to their hometown. She forms a business alliance with someone who promises to help her family thrive again.
When Caroline becomes pregnant and is threatened with death, she needs help-but only Joe, Keziah's son, can understand what she is going through. Joe's spiritual agenda is to subdue all the evil spirits in town. He's a hardworking and intelligent young man who has the faith to move mountains.
About the Author
Hannah N. Eby Chukwu, Ph.D. is a Fulbright scholar, international speaker at Urbana Champaign and International Christian Student conferences, and presenter at numerous academic conferences, such as ACCUTE and TESL. She has published articles in peer-reviewed journals, contributed to books, and written poems, as well as a playlet that was performed in 2012. As an associate professor at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, she inspired innovative learning and the teaching of English as a second language. With her husband and four children, she now lives in Saskatoon, Canada, where she pursues her passion for writing, helping her husband pastor a church, and works as an independent representative for Primerica.