Tess Munro is in way, way over her pretty head. After waking up in an institution in a different body, with no memory as to who she is or what has happened, and no identification, and an unexplainable urge to attend a mysterious appointment, Tess knows she must figure out what on Earth is going on. But that is much easier said than done. Once released from the institution, Tess is shocked when she sees her former self on TV, doing an interview with a slimy weasel of a cult preacher. And then the real adventure begins. Tess will ultimately learn to deal with her self image, as well as the way people perceive her, and how to stop a band of demons hell-bent on taking over the Earth. She will also figure out her feelings for Michael, a mysterious man who seems determined to protect her from everything, including herself.
Dead to Rights is a fantastically fun novel that is instantly engaging. The story covers all kinds of things, from love to self worth to things better left to angels and demons. Readers everywhere will thoroughly enjoy this novel as much as I did.
Identity theft sucks. But it’s worse when someone steals your life—body included. All memory of her life before waking up in a mental facility has vanished. Or was erased. Now she has to figure out how to get it all back….
Her only hope of learning the truth lies with one man. Problem is, he’s the leader of a cult.
Her only choice is to follow him into his sordid world, where a darker evil lurks.
With a little help from an archangel hellbent on revenge, she may have a chance to learn the truth. But will it force her to make the hardest decision of her life…or death?