She had it all—an enviable marriage, three wonderful children, a promising career, and one dog of questionable pedigree. Life couldn’t be better. That is, until it began unraveling at the speed of light. Her husband abandoned her, she lost her job, the bank wanted the house back, and she was pretty sure the repo guy was on her trail.
Through a series of prophetic dreams and visions, Samara is thrust into an epic battle between truth and deception—where her dreams and her reality ultimately intersect. She comes face to face with the forces of evil, and stumbles upon the existence of guardian angels. With nowhere to turn, she seeks the aid of Reverend Noah Bromley—one of Philadelphia’s most eligible bachelors. Together, they set out on a voyage to uncover the meaning of the cryptic messages; while vigorously denying their budding attraction.
Samara’s journey of faith may very well be the key that unlocks the mystery of the invisible kingdom, and its connection with her future. But she will soon learn that it comes with a price—one that she’s not so sure she’s willing to pay.
Dawn E. Collins is the author of “Jireh, Provision in Chaos”, a personal memoir. She is an insurance professional, whose career spans for more than two decades. Dawn also publishes a bi-monthly enewsletter, and is a conference and workshop speaker as well. She regularly performs as a spoken word artist at Christian and secular venues alike. She lives in New Jersey with her son.