Memorial Day weekend signals summer's kick-off, at least in my mind. To celebrate my favorite season, I'm offering my newest release, The Third Fate for $0.99 through the month of June! Snap it up for a little paranormal frolic on the covered patio. :}
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'One Fate be granted mortal man, used for evil or good as the inner voice
directs. Alas, the divine spark draws the eyes of the Fates, the Second Fate
sparingly gifted by their hands. Be warned offspring of the gods; guard your
gifting well. For if the Third Fate be unleashed, the soul lays bare before one
so touched by the gods.' ~
Cautious and quiet by nature, Paige
Kinnell watches life unfold from the sidelines, maintaining her simple existence
as a shield to hide behind. But underneath her shy, careful ways, Paige senses a
disconnect with the world around her, indulging instead her ever curious
interest in the legend and lore of time nearly forgotten.
encounter with an ancient of the undead begins an unraveling of reality as Paige
knows it, leaving her to sort through dreams and enchantments, discovering along
the way that one's Fate can be mere illusion, and that the consequences of
opening her heart to another may cost dearly.
Cael Maccinnis, the
handsome Highlander she's met, seems the answer to every unspoken longing of her
heart, even as he awakens dark, secret desires buried within her soul. As
strange and unnerving changes begin occurring in her mind and body, Paige has no
choice but to face her life's unnatural turn and confront the frightening
implications. For within Paige's past a secret lay dormant, hidden even from
her. This truth, guarded well and wielded by the Fates themselves, becomes the
catalyst invoking the power of The Third Fate.
While Memorial Day signals the promise of summer, it also marks a day to remember.
As the parent of a U.S. service-person, I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all the men and women who are on active duty, in the reserves, attending college through ROTC, or enrolled in military academies. Your service does not go unnoticed. As we remember those who have fallen in service to country - in service to fellow citizen - I'm reminded how fortunate I am to be here. My grandfather fought in Europe in WWII, my father in Vietnam. I'm sure they knew many men who weren't so fortunate. May G-D be with you all.