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Peterson Estate Written By Amber Rigby Grosjean
Peterson Estate
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Like most young women, Emily Peterson had hopes and dreams for her life. Those thoughts and ideas were shattered when her mother reveals their family secret. A secret that once revealed, Emily has to decide to either accept or deny. With the acceptance of this secret comes the promise to protect human kind. Emily also realizes that she isn t just any normal woman but that her birth was foreseen centuries before and that it was time for her to accept her destiny to save the world. Emily will need to have a pure heart and open mind to be able to accept her destiny. But with a strong family standing behind her, she just might be able to conquer the evil that lies within the castle's walls. Emily soon learns that she not only must face evil in the here and now but evil that has long since left our world. Emily asks the question does good always conquer over evil? Nothing...
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Like most young women, Emily Peterson had hopes and dreams for her life. Those thoughts and ideas were shattered when her mother reveals their family secret. A secret that once revealed, Emily has to decide to either accept or deny. With the acceptance of this secret comes the promise to protect human kind. Emily also realizes that she isn t just any normal woman but that her birth was foreseen centuries before and that it was time for her to accept her destiny to save the world. Emily will need to have a pure heart and open mind to be able to accept her destiny. But with a strong family standing behind her, she just might be able to conquer the evil that lies within the castle's walls. Emily soon learns that she not only must face evil in the here and now but evil that has long since left our world. Emily asks the question does good always conquer over evil?

Nothing is what it seems, including the life of a witch. 

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 The four women returned to the little boy’s room. As Emily passed through the doorway, enormous pain rushed through her and she dropped to her knees, holding her stomach. “The boy is in here. I can feel his presence.” The pain was much stronger than it was before. Emily felt as though she had awakened something that wasn’t ready for her.
    “Help me. Please help me,” the little boy whispered.
    “We have to find where he was buried. We must set his soul free so he can rejoin his father.” Emily didn’t know how she knew it, but somehow she understood it was only his mother who abused Little Bear. His father had been calling out to his son ever since his death because he really loved him. Emily revealed what she knew to the others.
    After resting a little more, Emily took a walk while the others followed her. “I have to check something out. I don’t know why but something is telling me to go back to that room.” Emily discovered the stairs and followed them down to the room she had only visited on her mental trips. Torches hung from the walls as the stairs took them to the lower level. The old steps were made of hard clay and were worn by the passing of time.
    Emily had that feeling again but pushed herself through to the second room. The door was boarded up so she waved her hand over the doorway and watched the boards fly off, one by one and crumbled into dust. “I really like this power deal, Tabetha.”  
    “I said the same thing when I first started using mine. Of course, you’re far more advanced than I was when I began using them.”
    Emily walked through the doorway and stopped. Little Bear was sitting in the center of the dirt-covered floor with his head was sitting on his lap. She approached him very slowly as his form changed. Emily took a step back, preparing herself for what she would see.
    “Please, you must leave before she finds you. You can’t find my body, she won’t let you. Please, you must stop,” he begged her.
    “I can’t do that, Little Bear. Is your body in this room? I want to set you free, sweetie. Your daddy wants to be with you. He misses you.”
    The little boy started to cry. “But I can’t. She will destroy you. I don’t want any more people to die because of me. Please go away.”
    “Who is she? Why doesn’t she let you rest in peace, Little Bear?”
    “Emily, who are you talking to?” Jill asked as they stood at the doorway. They couldn’t see the little boy. “Emily?”

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This is my favorite book. It is filled with twists in which you'll have to read the book to see what I mean lol. But I do know its something you'll enjoy!

About Amber

Full time author of adults books titled Cursed Blood, Stolen Identity, Spawn of the Curse, and Peterson Estate (my favorite book). I enjoy traveling and meeting new people. I love singing karaoke. I am married and I'm 34 years old. I really enjoy writing with twists which...

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