The Prophetess Witch, sequel to Crimson Sky, chronicles the spiritual journey of Esther, a voodoo priestess who converted to Christianity.
“Little did my mother know that she would eventually go toe to toe with one of the fiercest spirits in the church; the spirit of Jezebel.”
Ester finds that the Christian walk is not as easy as she thought it’d be as the dark forces that once had her in their grip seek to draw her back. Esther also has to grapple with adversaries in the church; ordained leadership who are wolves in sheep’s clothing and go to great lengths to undermine her. Without the intervention of the pastor to protect her from their scathing treatment, Esther is tempted to resort to desperate measures in order to defend her honor. In the background is her daughter and the story’s narrator, Suzi, who experiences her own setbacks in helping her mother fight the battle. The journey to clear Esther’s name will result in mysteries unfolding, lies revealed, and a great fall in the church.