Hands of God: Mind of a Demon
Eva Maloney is quite ordinary. Studying to be a doctor and volunteering at a local hospital leaves little room in her life for the unexpected. Just as everything seems to be falling into place, the unexpected finds her. Eva is thrust into a world of hatred, lies, and murder. Her innocence is on the line, and her heart has been stolen. Although dangerous, her life has become extraordinary. When two extremely different worlds collide, will good or evil prevail? Joshua Alexander is a miracle. The hospital is clueless as to how he recovered so quickly, but he is convinced that Eva has something to do with it. Eva insists she's done nothing. He confronts Eva about her own powers—powers she is not aware of—or ready to acknowledge. While Joshua needs more information from her, he feels an undeniable closeness to her. Is it love, lust...or something else? Demons don't fall in love with humans; they destroy them. It is already too late when Eva realizes what Joshua is hiding. Do demons really exist among us? Does God still use ordinary people to do extraordinary things? If Eva knew the power she held in her hands, would she still have saved him? Join author MaryAnn Porschen as she answers these burning questions in a novel filled with mystery and romance.
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