Do you believe in ghosts and goblins? How about Angels-good and bad? This family friendly thriller will take you to the edge of your belief and beyond on an eventful journey with Christian Grand. Christian loses his wife, home, executive job, car and he and his three daughters move in with his sister, Lenox. As Christian slips into depression, Lenox carries the burden of parenting the girls while juggling her own emergent love life. Resolved to live out his life on Lenox's sofa, unexpectedly Christian is promoted from Janitor to VP of Marketing under new management. Life is great until strange demands from his new employers weave a destructive web that leaves Christian struggling to determine lies from truth; realism from deception. Before long his unwise choices separate him from his family, places him in precarious predicaments and endangers those he loves most. It will take divine intervention and love to save his life, job, family and especially his sanity. Question is; which of these cannot be saved in time? This novel is written in a style that is as unique as the author. While some may think it's a script for television, a movie or radio, it is actually a standard fictional novel for readers to enjoy in the theater of their minds: Angel starts to run towards the side solarium alarmed. KYIA Angel, you're scaring me. (Moves into Kenny's arms) Kalee is heard screaming at the top of her lungs. Kenny follows Angel with Kyia still in her arms. As soon as Kenny arrives in the room Kalee runs to her side and holds on for dear life. KALEE (Severely frightened) He was standing right there. The three girls stand in awe as Angel ties up the unconscious intruder with an extension cord. ANGEL Kenny, call 911.