Rose, a legacy witch, becomes a member of a local coven. Seductress Sharon uses her own powers to enter Roses’ body and mind. She uses Rose unwillingly to steal people’s souls. Her ultimate goal: resurrect Satan himself. Will Rose stop her sexy, evil rampage before it is too late?
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