A Deadly Curse

Most people think the Spanish legend of la Llorona, a woman who killed her children to be with the man she loved, is just a story High school teacher, Johanna Rios, knows the truth A descendant of la Llorona s one surviving child, Joanna s mother fell victim to the curse, drowning as she tried to kill Johanna and her sister Carmen When one of Johanna s former students,Most people think the Spanish legend of la Llorona, a woman who killed her children to be with the man she loved, is just a story High school teacher, Johanna Rios, knows the truth A descendant of la Llorona s one surviving child, Joanna s mother fell victim to the curse, drowning as she tried to kill Johanna and her sister Carmen When one of Johanna s former students, dressed in a white peasant dress like the crying woman herself, turns up drowned in the San Julio River, Johanna s world turns upside down.The curse is back.Single father Ray Vargas is filled with guilt His daughter s friend, a former student from the high school where he s principal, is dead and he could have prevented it When Johanna Rios, one of his teachers, reveals her obsession with la Llorona and thinks three people will die, each one representing a different version of the crying woman s story, he will do whatever it takes to stop the killings from happening.But with danger closing in and his own daughter at risk, Ray must join forces with Johanna to confront the legend, the curse, and the man behind the killings.
A Deadly Curse Most people think the Spanish legend of la Llorona a woman who killed her children to be with the man she loved is just a story High school teacher Johanna Rios knows the truth A descendant of la

  • Title: A Deadly Curse
  • Author: Melissa Bourbon Ramirez Misa Ramirez
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “A Deadly Curse”

    1. e-book, Smashwords editionThe prologue takes us deep into the primitive belief of a mother, convinced she has been cursed and must kill her two young daughters, Johanna and Carmen, to free herself from the curse of la Llorona.* The girls manage to escape when the mother "sees'' la Llorona, the crying woman, and with a look of pure fright, flounders her way into the river. She screams that the curse of la Llorona hangs over the girls, then is taken away by the river to drown. This book is a story [...]

    2. If you can get around the obvious grammar and spelling errors throughout the book. Worth a good weekend read.

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