From a Christy Award–winning author: “A wonderful, soul-stirring tale of hope and long-suffering love” (Marlo Schalesky).
Aurora Rose is different from her neighbors, different from most people. Still single at thirty-five, she spends every hour of her time in an elegant Manhattan apartment, quietly caring for her invalid mother.
Then her mother dies, and Aurora’s world spins on its axis. Reality shatters into startlingly realistic nightmares, and the shards of troubling memories slice into her sleep. Everything Aurora has believed about herself and her world fades into murky dreams. Something, someone is pursuing her—growing more threatening by the day, testing the limits of her sanity.
Will she find the courage to confront her unseen pursuer? Or will she surrender to the destructive melancholy that haunts her days and nights? This psychologically suspenseful story about fear, faith, and finding the way through the darkness is a “lovely tale” from the acclaimed author of Egypt’s Sister and Judah’s Wife (Publishers Weekly).