Exotic beauty sometimes masks the darkest horrors.
Tibilet Valley was perhaps one of the most beautiful places on earth; but for Sakierra’s people, that external glory hid terrible suffering. For hundreds of years, the people of Tibilet served a god called Siak-Gaib. Known to them to be a spiteful and capricious deity, Siak-Gaib punished and controlled the village with a ceaseless, cureless plague known as kemaruka.
When her mother was stricken with kemaruka, Sakierra’s family received their Chief’s blessing to travel to distant lands in search for a cure. Though they left seeking a cure for the illness, they now return with hope, healing, and freedom for the entire valley.
Moving against an oppressive ancient religion of hate, manipulation and fear; Sakierra challenges deadly traditions and soon falls in love with an old friend. But when Siak-Gaib sets out on a final massacre of the entire village, everything Sakierra believes is challenged. When she discovers upon herself the mark of Siak-Gaib’s curse, her life becomes the ultimate proving ground for the hope she claims to have.
Discover with Sakierra that ultimately there is only one thing more powerful than wild Fear itself—wild Love.