The story is told by Aimee and Alan in alternating chapters and each provide a unique voice which is made all the better by the two authors lending their talents to the story. You can easily guess which author writes the male/female perspective. Aimee starts to notice her friend, Courtney is acting strange. Things really get weird when Courtney's cousin, Alan and his mother moves in with her family to help ends meet after her father dies.. Alan is searching for his American Indian roots and discovers he has a connection with the supernatural. Aimee has a few gifts of her own, but only when Aimee and Alan meet do they began to put the pieces together in order to help Courtney and whatever is haunting her. Using his Native American ties, Alan finds the source of Courtney's problem with Aimee's help. Courtney, in her quest to reconnect with her father does something that has repercussions for the whole village. Along the way, they both discover that the love in their hearts can conquer all.I really enjoyed how the authors brought to life this seriously creepy tale based on folklore and demonic possession. I am a huge fan of Carrie's Need series, so this one is a natural for me. I was really impressed with Steven Wedels and the charming voice he gives to Alan. The alternating chapters and the collaborations between the authors just really worked for me since there is cohesive story telling through out, but each major character having a unique voice. I am really trying to keep my comments spoiler free and it is very hard! At parts, I felt like this was a Disney story gone wrong since there are so many dead or missing parents, but when you get into the story - that is the way it needs to be for it to work. Demonic possession is a nice change from the normal Young Adult vampire/werewolf stories that abound and the Native American folktale that provides the basis for the story.