Can a deathbed curse linger from generation to generation. If so, can it ever be stopped?
What does it mean when a family is torn asunder by lies and injustice? One woman breaks a deathbed promise to her father and a curse is uttered. Kaja's life is shattered in a million pieces and she and the generations that follow are left without a glimmer of hope.
The Curse follows her life and that of her daughter Marty and her daughters, Stacy and Katherine. The story is based on my own grandmother's journey to America and one that my mother often shared with me. Many of the events in the book are based on real life happenings.
Stacey, the book's main character, has convinced herself that she must put an end to this terrible curse before it also destroys her own daughter's happiness. As her sanity crumbles after the untimely death of her sister, Stacey seeks the help of renowned psychiatrist, Gregg Phillips.
Together they journey back in time using a unique method of hypnosis. Stacey discovers the secret of the mysterious curse lies only in the mind of its victims.