After an ordeal with the demon Naamah, Sabrina’s memory loss leaves her struggling to find herself and wishing to return to her home in the countryside.When a former adversary resurfaces and threatens her life, Sabrina’s allies rally to her protection. While attempting to remember her past, Sabrina has to deal with the perils of the present. Can Sabrina come out unscathed and reclaim herself?
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As a young impressionable teenage girl, who had no mother to tame her, Lorelei ran barefoot most summers, climbing trees higher than the boys in her neighborhood. “I was born with a crayon in hand, and was called ‘artist’ my early years because of my art abilities. Then, I discovered writing. I now use a computer, but pen and paper will always be a suitable alternative.”She also became obsessed with vampires. She blames the dark soap opera “Dark Shadows” with her desire to learn more about vampires. And then there was Dracula movies, which she could never get enough of. She never liked that he was hunted down and killed. She thought that it was a love story gone wrong. And eventually she wanted to correct that. Eventually she did, putting pen to paper. Ha-ha, take that Brahm Stoker!She took creative writing courses in high school and college, feeling she’d found her true calling. However, dyslexia would forever taint the writing. But it didn’t matter. Story is what matters if it’s told right. The itch to write came and would never stop.“I love to create a world you can taste, smell and feel, with characters you can identify with, love or lust for, or hate, and villains you may love to hate and want to read about them throughout a series. This is what I’ve done with the Sabrina Strong series. The characters have all got their own personalities, needs, hates and idiosyncrasies. I refused to fall into the pre-teen glittering vampire fiction peg. In fact my writing doesn’t fit into any one certain category.”Always craving the quiet and tranquility of nature and the outdoors, Lorelei makes her home with her husband of 30-plus years, on the edge of a forest preserve where pheasants, deer, opossums, and the occasional turkey and bald eagle may show up. Hobbies include gardening, long walks, even longer road trips to the western states.Other writing fits include her mystery series, Lainey Quilholt Mysteries; other books of fantasy include, Chronicles of Zofia Trickenbod (sorceress): “Spell of the Black Unicorn” & “Spell of Dark Castle”. Baby Boomer, novelist, artist, naturalist, Lorelei has been writing for over 40 years.