Even as a child, Serenity Jones knew she possessed unusual psychic gifts. Now, decades later, she's an acclaimed medium and host of her own widely viewed TV show, where she delivers messages to the living from loved ones who have died. Lately, though, her efforts to boost ratings and garner fame have compromised her clairvoyant instincts.
When Serenity books a young war widow to appear as a guest, the episode quickly unravels, stirring up a troubling controversy. And as she tries to undo the damage - to both her reputation and her show - Serenity finds that pride comes at a high price.
A rather funny, short story featuring pink-haired Serenity Jones, a psychic medium who was blessed or cursed with these powers all her life. Now, a mature woman, Serenity is some kind of celebrity with her own TV reality show. She connects her guests with their deceased loved ones and tries to relay some message from the afterlife.
One day, her guest is an Iraq war widow, and as soon as she begins to have some sort of connection with her dead husband, she realises that this is not going to be a normal reading.
As this was a very quick read, characters lack depth and honestly I didn't like the way the story ended. In fact I didn't even realise that I was reading the last page. It was as if there was actually no ending to the story.