After an excruciatingly long decade apart, fate finally brings the angelic twins Angela and Nicholas back together again. They commit to each other never to leave, matter what the darkness has in store for them. Little do they kw that their vows of Love for each other, and their relentless devotion to God are going to place them right smack dab in the middle of a game of cosmic chess that will attempt to kill the both of them in varied, unsuspected, and insidious ways. Nicholas has become a high school English teacher at a nationally-recognized school, and whenever he can, he slips tantalizing tidbits of spiritual Truth into the daily lessons. His goal is to plant tiny seeds of inspiration within his many students, seeds that he prays will someday take root to positively change their destinies and the world. The Light vs. darkness war reaches a fever pitch, and one day Nicholas finds himself unable to locate Angela. Not long after this realization, he finds himself surrounded by friends and family who longer believe in him, having been told terrible lies by a possessing demon. Even the police doubt Nicholas' veracity as he begs them for their assistance in locating Angela, who has disappeared, apparently without a trace. After weeks of rejection and hostile silence from Angela's immediate family, the Blue Lady reveals where Angela's soul is being held in torment. Calling upon all of the Beings of Light and Love that exist to assist him, all the way back to The Source itself, Nicholas must personally invade the dark stronghold of the abyss itself in order to save Angela's physical and spiritual life.
Edward L. Paciorek has been teaching high school English at one of the most highly recognized public schools in Michigan, Troy High School, for over sixteen years. In addition, he has been a freelance illustrator and theatre set designer for over thirty-five years. His extensive creative background includes managing the R. H. Schaublin Auditorium at Lakeview High School (1,600 seats) and acting as director and designer for many of the plays and musicals performed there between 1979 and 2000. He also directed the St. Clair Shores Young People's Theatre from 1977 until 1983. Edward is a graduate from The Center for Creative Studies in Detroit, receiving his Bachelor's Degree in Advertising Design and Illustration in 1979. He received his Teaching Certification in 1989, and his Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Wayne State University in Detroit in 1994.