Rosewood, the magical Renaissance Faire's psychic and one of the business partners, has been single for over ten years—ever since he accidentally revealed his psychic abilities to the love of his life and lost him. He has devoted himself to the Faire and the magic within ever since. The last thing he expects when hiring a new business manager is for Oscar—the "one who got away"—to walk back into his life as the most qualified applicant.
Religion is universal human culture. No phenomenon is more widely shared or more intensely studied, yet there is no agreement on what religion is. Now, in Faces in the Clouds, anthropologist Stewart Guthrie provides a provocative definition of religion in a bold and persuasive new theory. Guthrie says religion can best be understood as systematic…
While Rosewood tries to deal with Oscar as his new business partner, his abilities start going haywire. He senses danger coming, and it's somehow tied to Oscar's dark past. They will have to work together to recover Rosewood's abilities, help Oscar heal, and save the Faire itself.
And if they can do that, then maybe, possibly, the "one who got away" will become his greatest catch.