The worst battle youll ever have to fight is the one between what you know and what you feel. Emotionally, we are drained. Mentally, we are worn. Spiritually, we are dead. But physically, we smile. Why? This is our masquerade. Perhaps we do it consciouslybut more likely, we do it subconsciously. Perhaps its a means of escaping the battle or a way to pretend it isnt true. Or perhaps its to protect us until we can feel what we know. The Bible tells us in James 4:7 to resist the devil and he will flee from you. But it doesnt tell us how long it will take or how hard it will be. Author Samantha Barrett personifies this spiritual battle in the life of a career-driven middle-aged mother of three, who is struggling with thoughts of suicide and depression. The main character, Charissa, recognizes that the ultimate source of her depression is the devil but frantically reaches out for help as she feels herself sinking lower and lower, all the while masquerading in outward success. Can she fight the battle? Will she win the war?