By Lucinda Ciddio Leyba
By the sunshine of the whole moon, l. a. Llorona is published from her earthly tomb. Cursed with the thoughts of her previous, she turns into passionate about reclaiming what was once taken from her and preys on Santa Fe's blameless voters. one of many unwittingly haunted is Christina, a tender mom stuck up within the old culture of curanderas and witches. As she slips dangerously into the darkish recesses of l. a. Llorona's twisted brain, Christina turns into eager to safeguard her personal little ones from the terrifying insanity, and needs to give you the chance to prevent the evil that possesses her ahead of she loses her sanity and every thing she holds dear.
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