Ever since Kate Song’s near-death experience, she sees details in photographs other people can’t. At first, she saw it as a gift, but she’s no longer sure if it’s a blessing or a curse. Hoping for a new beginning and anonymity, Kate accepts a job as a photographer for the daily newspaper in the rural town of Bend, PA. Her first assignment thrusts her into the mysterious disappearance of three women and the discovery of a clandestine women’s compound. Uneasy and uncertain who to trust, Kate turns to Seth Abrams, the paper’s reporter.
Seth’s one desire is to capture the big story that will catapult him to journalistic stardom. Bend’s cult-like doings provide the perfect opportunity—until Kate, the new photographer, scoops him. When Kate reveals her secret to him along with her fears about the town, he must choose to help her or use her—and her gift, as his stepping stone to fame.
Terri Tiffany earned her degree in Psychology and worked as a mental health counselor with adults for seventeen years before owning a bookstore and writing. She’s now a multi-published author in magazines and anthologies such as Chicken Soup for the Soul and Hallmark. In her free time, she enjoys photography and learning to play the guitar. The Bend is her second novel.