Dark Dreams of Yesterday
Ruby Martin had moved away from the small Georgia town where she had grown up; in hopes that all of the dark dreams of her childhood would no longer haunt her. She hated her Grandpa, Dr. Neil Hagen and that hate had kept her away for over six years until now. Grandpa's attorney, Marcus Briggs had notified her about Grandpa's death. It seemed that her presence was required at the old doc's funeral and reading of his Will. From the moment Ruby returned; the madness of the old Hagen house seemed to take control of her life. With it the horrors she had tried so hard to forget. In his will Dr. Hagen had placed the family curse onto Ruby' shoulders. If she did not follow his instructions everyone involved with her would be in danger. In her stubborn way, Ruby fought to keep control of her life but every where she turned there seemed to be no way out but to face the demons of Grandpa's curse. Would she forever be doomed to a life living in a place she hated without the man she loved? Could Ruby dare to hope for some way out of the horrors of the Hagen curse that would release her from The Dark Dreams of Yesterday? Was there hope that one day Ruby Martin might possibly find her silver lining behind those dark dreams?
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