Friday, 23 December 2016

Day 5 Part 2: Feeling Festive #BooksForChristmas #RPBP #ASMSG




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Welcome To Day 5 Part Two Of #BooksForChristmas from Sarah Jane & Rukia Publishing.

The second part of today's book recommendations is from author Pablo Michaels. He has just released a new series but today we would like to familiarize you with a book this author published in 2015!

On September 7, 2015 Max Lemberger reviewed this book and this is what he had to say!
"I normally don't read M/M stories but a friend recommended this book to me and I'm glad I read it. It is a collection of four stories, two short and two close to novella length that give the reader a look inside of the life of gay men. I especially liked the first two stories, "Growing Up in My Home Town" and "Then and Now". Both of these stories deal with the painful awkwardness of the teen age years with the additional burden of knowing you are gay but lacking the sense of self to act on the realization. The stories were told in a first person style that was more like a memoir than a contrived dark homo erotic confessional. I especially liked the fact that the author used language and expression of a teenager and not the polished prose of an older more seasoned man. Because these two stories are without explicit sex scenes they would make good material for a YA work. Fiction is often a tool of self discovery, theses stories could help young men struggling with sexual identity and on this basis I give the work a five star rating."

Take a look at Pablo Michaels Rukia Publishing Book Showcase for more about this book and his newest series.
You can also find out more about the author Pablo Michaels by going to his Meet The Author Page, where you will find his in depth interview! 
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Day 5 Part 1: Feeling Festive with #BooksForChristmas #RPBP #ASMSG







Welcome PT Macias

Welcome To Part 1 of Day 5 #BooksForChristmas 
From Sarah Jane & Rukia Publishing

Part One of today's Festive Book Recommendations is from author PT Macias! She is an Amazon award winning, Top 10 Bestselling and immensely popular author P.T. Macias channels her engaging and irresistible characters so that they spring from the pages and cause her readers to fall permanently in love. She is widely recognized as "The Reigning Queen of Alphas" P. Mattern, Amazon Best Selling Author.
Learn More About P. T. Macias, click here!

THE WATCHERS BOOK 1
Samyaza 
The pure exhaustion of eternal punishment as a fallen has left our sexy but naughty angel, Samyaza, desperate for companionship...desperate to be set free and only you hold the key.

What would you give for one night of unbridled passion? Samyaza gave his life, his freedom...everything. After thousands of years of pain and punishment the fallen one thought he'd seen it all...not even close.

Now evil threatens the world and the Watchers are our only hope. Falling from grace was easy, eternal suffering has become common place, wishing for death an everyday occurrence but when faced with a chance for redemption Samyaza fears he could fail.

His test for heavenly grace comes in the form of a beautiful, confident, modern woman who captures the fallen one heart and soul.

Strength he has. Faith in the God that sentenced him to a life in chains he holds close but all may be lost with just one look from this very special woman.

With his life, his soul and his heart on the line, can Samayza save the world or destroy it?


You can read a sample from this book and the next three in this series plus many more of her books at the authors Rukia Publishing Book Showcase!

MERRY CHRISTMAS





Thursday, 22 December 2016

Day 4 Feeling Festive #BooksForChristmas: Two Awesome Memoirs! #RPBP #ASMSG



Welcome To Day 4 Of #BooksForChristmas from Sarah Jane & Rukia Publishing

For your reading and listening delight today we have TWO memoirs to recommend to you.



Prunes for Breakfast
by John Searancke 
Many years after the deaths of my parents, my aunt handed me a box filled with letters that my father had written to my mother over the period from 1940 to 1945. This was the starting point of a journey for me to rediscover the father I had never really known.
This is the story of John Searancke's parents, told mostly from the side of his father, Eddie Searancke, from the time of his calling up in early 1940 to his release from a prisoner of war camp in Germany in 1945, thence his return to England to try to pick up the pieces of his old life. Nothing could ever be quite the same afterwards.
The letters take listeners through five captivating years, telling of the ups and downs, the plots and counterplots, as Eddie rose through the ranks to end his war as a captain, elevated to that rank in the field as his troops faced the formidable might of the SS Panzers. The letters also reveal where his battle came to an abrupt end, in an orchard surrounded by the enemy and captured after a series of bloody skirmishes as the British army spearheaded its way from the beaches of Normandy. The journey as a prisoner across France and Germany in a truck, with comrades dying each day, may be as hard to listen to as it is to tell, particularly when a new life and new harsh rules had to be learned and rigidly enforced in a prison camp in northern Germany, the final destination.
This is written as part memoir, part fictionalized retelling and partly in letter format; John draws together all sources to recreate the five years of war and hardship that the letters span.


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The Lullaby Illusion
By Susan Joyce

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Here's what Amazon readers are saying about The Lullaby Illusion.

"Rich in dialogue, humour and history, with glorious descriptions of her travels, in this memoir we see Susan Joyce develop from the innocent young wife into a wise and determined woman."

"An absolutely gripping memoir written by somebody who has that rare combination - experience of earth shattering events which turn our stomachs to water, and the writing skills to capture the whole experience."

"Each page brings another revelation, leaving the reader amazed at how intriguing her life has been so far. Mixed with emotional trauma, war and interspersed with details of other adventures, and leaving you wanting more. It is a Memoir that will leave you amazed."

Get your copy of The Lullaby Illusion 
at all good online bookstores

We hope you enjoy our recommended reads!

Merry Christmas





Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Day 3 Feeling Festive with #BooksForChristmas #RPBP #ASMSG



Welcome To Day 3 Of #BooksForChristmas from Sarah Jane & Rukia Publishing

            Meet the author Judith Lucci here



Get your copy here http://bit.ly/SeeViralIntent

           Rukia Publishing recommended read


Viral Intent by Judith Lucci

A major political convention and an unidentified killer virus in the CCMC Emergency Department has the NOPD hopping. Internet chatter suggesting a terror attack in the Big Easy has chilled the hearts of law enforcement. Alex and Jack must learn to play well with the CDC, FBI, and Secret Service to save the streets of New Orleans.


Reader Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars
Another Thrilling and Emotional Novel 
By Linda Rainey on December 1, 2016 Format: Kindle Edition 
Wow!!!!! Another thrilling and emotional novel with Alex, Robert, and CCMC. The suspense kept me riveted to the pages. Judith Lucci paints a portrait with her characters, the setting and the story line. I look forward to the next book in the series.



5.0 out of 5 stars
Sharp 
By Mandus on April 24, 2016 
Format: Kindle Edition 
Viral Intent is a gripping and compelling read by Judith Lucci that builds upon former plots and characters in her first two novels. This book further distinguishes her as an excellent thriller writer. The story begins with an unidentified viral outbreak in the emergency department where the first fatalities prove to be part of the upfront security detail for the US President. The plot builds as more people become ill and the local and federal authorities suspect either domestic or international terrorism. A tale of changing values, duplicity, terror and reward make this an excellent read. All in all, this is a well-written and compelling thriller with great drama and excellent pacing that keeps the pages turning. Highly recommended.

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Merry Christmas

Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Day 2 Feeling Festive with #BooksForChristmas #RPBP #ASMSG



Welcome To Day 2 Of #BooksForChristmas from Sarah Jane & Rukia Publishing

An ideal Christmas gift idea for the teenage reader - The Darzoids' Stone


When the school summer trip to Blackpool gets cancelled, Harry's parents offer to include Harry's friends in their trip to Tredock Cove in Cornwall. Amelia, Mitch and Asad are grateful - Cornwall will be great and, even if it isn't as great as Blackpool, anything is better than being stuck at home, right? Ryan is less convinced. He's not the most open-minded of boys and he sincerely believes that Cornwall is full of carrot-crunchers. But he goes along anyway, even if it is reluctantly. Even Ryan doesn't want to be left at home by himself.
And it doesn't take long for the quiet break in Cornwall to turn into something much more exciting - and frightening. The kids find a secret code and become convinced that cracking it will lead them to hidden treasure.
As our heroes search for treasure, they find themselves pitted against these ancient forces. And they will need some extraterrestrial help if they ever hope to defeat them.

Find out more here



Want To know More About Richard Smith? You're in luck! Rukia's Interview with Richard about his life and newest book The Darziod's Stone is here

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Merry Christmas!



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Monday, 19 December 2016

Day 1 Feeling Festive with #BooksForChristmas #RPBP #ASMSG


Welcome To Day 1 Of #BooksForChristmas from Sarah Jane & Rukia Publishing





Check out the Meet the Author feature at Rukia Publishing and read an interview with The Black Rose, aka Alexandra, who kindly talked to me about her breath-taking series The Killing Game and her writing.

Visit The Killing Game Book Showcase page here
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Featured Book page here


These magnificent ebooks are just 99c each, so why not top up your ereader with some great books fro the Christmas Holidays!
Connect with The Black Rose and talk about her books on social media using these links:


Merry Christmas



Saturday, 17 December 2016

The Perfect Book For Audio: Prunes For Breakfast By John Searancke #RPBP



 BIG NEWS!!!!
PRUNES FOR BREAKFAST NOW AVAILABLE AS AN AUDIO BOOK!
Today, I am honoured to welcome the author John Searancke to tell us a little about how he came to write this beautiful story of love and war based on war time letters.

Welcome John, Can you tell us a little about yourself and how you came to write this amazing book.
I was born in 1943 at Derby Royal Infirmary, a war baby, and for the first 18 years of my life my home was in Ashby de la Zouch, an old market town in Leicestershire. I was sent away to become a boarder at Kings Mead Preparatory School, Seaford, and then Rugby School. Having been at Rugby has certainly stood me in good stead throughout my life, and I could not have asked for better.

I am still not quite sure exactly how it came about (perhaps because my maternal grandfather was a solicitor) but I suddenly found myself articled to a firm of solicitors in Ashby. It was not a happy period for anyone concerned, although I have to concede that I learned a lot during my time there, but it was clear that I was too much of a free spirit to enjoy being chained to a desk for a pittance each week. The only highlights to my miserable years as a bookworm were trips out to criminal courts or prisons. I must have been to every prison in the Midlands.

Concurrently, I was commissioned into the Territorial Army and still proudly display my certificate signed by HM The Queen.

When my parent’s marriage began to founder, I relocated to West Sussex to help out at their latest venture, a country hotel. My few weeks’ offer of help (neither of my parents having even the slightest knowledge of, or interest in, the hotel industry) turned into some 35 years, with me taking over from them, changing and extending the place considerably along the way. My restaurant in the hotel held 2 AA Rosettes for food for a number of years right up until I sold the business.

My son Marcus, my pride and joy, was born in St. Richards Hospital, Chichester. As I write this, he has turned 41, and he is an accountant. Married to Tina, they have provided me with two lovely grandchildren, Josh and Sam.

After I sold my hotel I moved up to Lancashire, where I had met and later married Sally. We started a new business together, a commercial legal services company, something completely new for both of us. During that time we encountered a puppy, Freddie, a Jack Russell/Staffie cross, who we “rescued” from the RSPCA and fell in love with.

We sold out on a high after some 10 years, enabling us to seriously consider the move to Tenerife. With nothing to hold us back, we made the life-changing move, and have not regretted it. Did I think that retirement would be relaxation in the sunshine? Far from it! I think that I have never been so busy, and the latest of my activities is becoming restaurant reviewer for the main Canary Islands newspaper. I was flattered to have been invited to the position. Our exploits in Tenerife with Freddie form the backbone of the stories in my first book.

My second book is an entirely different proposition, a different genre, and written in a completely different style. When a cache of letters, written by my father to my mother during the years of World War 2 eventually came in to my possession, I concluded that I should share some of them with a wider audience. In between a selection of those letters is traced the story of his life over those five long war years. It fascinated me to learn of the day to day life of an enlisted man – and later officer – as the war progressed to its inevitable conclusion, though finally without him as he languished behind the wire in a POW camp in Germany after having been captured on the battlefields of Normandy. And so his story has finally been written and my second book has now made it into print.





How was the book received by your fans and readers?
The response has been heart-warming and unexpected. Local press, libraries and reader groups have featured Prunes for Breakfast and I am humbled by the reviews so far.








Check out John's reviews here to see for yourself why this is a bestseller!

Why did you decide to produce an audio book version?
It was actually by demand from my fans and followers. This is a book of approximately 7 hours solid reading time and therefore lends itself to audio book format so that readers of all ages, can enjoy it. The process of finding the right narrator was arduous at time by Nick Jermyn was recommended and has done an outstanding job.

Where can we buy the audio book?
The audio book version is produced by ACX and available on:
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John, I would like to wish you every success with the new release audio book.

If you have any questions for John please comment below and be sure to share this post to your family and friends.
Take care and keep reading!



Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Energize Your Life @drdelmillers #Worldwind Blog Tour

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Energize Your Life! By: Del Millers, PhD
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Are you suffering from a personal energy crisis?Are you constantly running through your day, feeling chronically exhausted? Are you desperately overcommitted? Do you find yourself sacrificing your health, family time and quality of life just to meet the never-ending demands on your time? Are you exhausted when you go to bed at night and still tired when you awake? If the answer is yes to any of the above questions, then you may be suffering from a personal energy crisis. Unfortunately, this way of living — and working — not only robs us of our health and puts a strain on time and energy resources, it blocks our access to our most essential sources of energy, leaving us feeling physically, mentally, and emotionally drained. In his new book, Energize Your Life, Dr. Del shows you simple things you can do everyday to fuel your life and work with positive energy. Drawing from his years of experience consulting with executives, entrepreneurs, small business owners, career changers and self re-inventors, as well as the wealth of new research over the past two decades on positive psychology, employee engagement and play, Dr. Del demonstrates how you can program the brain — and the subconscious — for productive, beneficial action. Energize Your Life is different from other positive energy books and personal energy management programs. Its unique advantage is that it shows you how to fuel your life and work with positive energy from seven distinct sources. And why is it important to increase your daily dose of positive energy? Well, several studies have clearly demonstrated that chronic stress and negative energy shuts down the creative problem solving brain, slows your productivity and puts you in fight or flight mode where very little gets done. Energize Your Life will challenge and inspire you to develop a personal action plan to fuel your life and work with positive energy everyday. Thereby, improving your personal well being, enhancing your work engagement, and helping you feel more alive.
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    ABOUT THE AUTHORdel Dr. Del Millers is the founder of TheBestYouAcademy.com, EnergizedLifeAcademy.com, and author of eight books on nutrition, fitness, and personal growth. A PhD Nutritionist with a Masters degree in psychology, Dr. Del teaches simple mind-body principles to busy entrepreneurs and professionals to help them energize their lifestyle, improve their personal wellbeing, and enhance their work engagement. Dr. Del has appeared on FOX Television (Good Day LA), E-Entertainment TV (DR 90210), numerous nationally syndicated radio shows, and in magazines, and newspapers throughout the United States and Australia (LA Sports & Fitness, Australian Ironman, Health & Fitness, Stuff, Fighting Fat and others). Dr. Del’s greatest passion is sharing what inspires him with others. He lives in Los Angeles, California with his wife and three daughters. Buy any of Dr. Del’s books and forward your receipt to gifts@delmillers.com for Dr. Del’s special bonuses worth hundreds of dollars. Subscribe to Dr. Del’s weekly podcast at http://www.energizeyourlifepodcast.com
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Saturday, 10 December 2016

JACK'S MAGICAL BEANSTALK series by @PabloMichaels1 #RPBP #gay #erotica

Today I would like to welcome author Pablo Michaels, he is the author of several books. His newest gay erotica is Jack's Magical Beanstalk series. 
You can learn more about this author during our up close and in depth interview at his Meet The Author Page.
You can find this series and other available work by Pablo Michaels at his Book Showcase Page!
Don't miss out on the giveaways at the end of the blog today!

JACK'S MAGICAL BEANSTALK series
by Pablo Michaels

Friday, 2 December 2016

Release Day Blitz! The Case of The Dead Dowager by @JudithLucci! #RPBP #ASMSG #Thriller


Retired homicide detective Michaela McPherson and the aging Countess Dorothy Borghase team up again—this time to match wits with two serial killers stalking children, women and the elderly.
When Dottie Borghase's friend Camilla Rothrock collapses at a lunch gathering of old friends, the countess's only concern is to dial 911 for help. But Camilla's subsequent death has authorities buzzing about international safety and retaliation, because her son is decorated U.S. Army General Stuart Rothrock.

As other restaurant patrons in Richmond meet similar fates, Michaela and Dottie join forces with the Richmond Police and the FBI to track down the pair of heinous murderers. But in order to catch the killers, they will put their own lives and the lives of others in in serious jeopardy.What Price Must a City Pay to Keep its Citizen's Safe?

Book link: http://bit.ly/GetCaseofDowager


How about an excerpt:
Dottie turned off the main highway and headed south to Blackstone Virginia. Madame Toulescent lived just outside of Blackstone and that's where she conducted her psychic readings. She wished away the butterflies that cramped her stomach. She had a sense that what she was going to hear wasn’t good. She wished she didn't believe in the value of psychics or the unknown but she did, and that was that. She’d seen psychic readings and prophecies come true time after time during her life. Mic wasn’t a believer at all but had grudgingly admitted psychics had helped them in a case about ten years ago.

The speedometer on her car registered over sixty miles an hour on a forty-five mile limit stretch of highway. I'd better slow down. The last thing I need is a Virginia state trooper on my tail. She braked and her car skidded but she handled it skillfully. The Cadillac was a big, monster car but she really liked it. Since Dottie had lived in the US, she had always preferred German-made cars and previously owned multiple Mercedes Benz. Of course, when Count Borghase had been alive, they’d always driven Italian cars, mainly Ferraris. But now she was pretty much American and she loved her Caddy. There was something about the Cadillac that was so plush and so American that she bought a new one every couple of years.

She saw an old gray mule in the pasture out of the corner of her eye and saw the fence that was lying on the side. Dottie didn’t know what she’d do if they ever repaired that fence. She’d been looking at that fence on the ground for years and it was her landmark just before she turned onto Madame’s private road. She knew her turn was just up ahead. She slowed for a farmer carrying a load of hay in an old truck. He was hogging the entire road. Now where in the hell am I supposed to go? She steered her big car to the side of the road as far as she could without falling into the ditch. She cursed and held her breath as the farmer passed her. She swore the farmer missed her by less than an inch. The old codger hadn't even looked her way. She shook her head and cursed again softly. She threw her white Caddy into first gear and roared out of the ditch spewing gravel, dirt, and mud all over the road. She saw three rabbits running for their life and hoped she hadn’t interrupted their nest. Dottie drove a little further and made her left turn. She turned right on the first road and started the difficult trip along the horrible, rutted road to Madame Toulescent’s tiny home. The road was almost a mile long. Dottie's tall, thin frame bounced all over her plush leather seat and her hair fell out of her neatly arranged bun. I'm going to have to take a pain pill. All this jumping around is killing my hips. Secretly Dottie new she needed to have her hips replaced but there was no way she was willing to do that, at least not while she could walk. I wouldn't be able to help Michaela. And then, what would she do?

Madame Toulescent waved at Dottie from her front porch filled with flowers and beautiful hanging baskets of petunias and begonias. Her small white cottage was immaculate. Madame Toulescent watched her painstakingly steer her huge Cadillac down her battered road. Dottie brought the iron beast to a stop, looked in her rearview mirror and re-pinned a piece of white hair that had worked its way out of her perfect updo. Even though the Madame lived in a house that was little better than a house trailer, Dottie had been trained from birth to always look perfect when visiting. This task had become monumental at age 82. She reached for her purse and checked to make sure her Glock was nestled in its special pocket. She checked her lipstick in the mirror, pinched her lips together, cursed the fine lines around her mouth and got out of the car.

"Hello Madame Toulescent. Thank you for seeing me today on short notice." Dorothy smiled her gracious smile at the psychic, showing her beautiful white veneers, once available for a large price from the famous, dentist-to-the-stars Dr. Michael Smirkowitz.

"You are so welcome, Countess Borghase." Madame Toulescent looked around the empty fields and through the trees and gestured with her arm. "As you can see, there is no waiting line. Please come in. I've made us some tea." She paused for a moment and said, "Watch the steps. They're in need of repair," she cautioned.

In need of repair, my butt, they need to be rebuilt Dottie climbed the rickety steps dodging rusty nails and wood splinters. She grasped the loose railing and posts that held up the old front porch. The last thing she wanted to do was fall and break something. She followed Madame Toulescent into her small but neat and cozy home. There was a wonderful scent in the air and Dottie’s mouth watered.

"Please have a seat in the easy chair," the Madame offered. "I'll bring us some tea and sweet bread."

Dottie nodded and smiled her thanks as she carefully studied Madame Toulescent. She wasn't sure of her nationality. She thought she was Eastern European but she seemed very much like the French and her house had several amazing pieces of French country furniture. In years past, she had asked the Madame about her former life, but the psychic seemed unwilling to share her past. Her voice had a strange accent Dottie couldn't identify which frustrated her. Dottie had traveled the world and she knew the languages and dialects of most ethnic populations. But she couldn't figure out Madame Toulescent’s origins. That puzzled her.

Madame handed Dottie a cup of herb tea. The aroma alerted her senses and she immediately felt more awake and inspired. The tea had given her energy and awareness. She took a sip. It was delicious.

"Oh my, Madame Toulescent. Whatever is in this tea? I feel a million times better just from smelling it. You’ve got to tell me where you got it because I know Cookie would love it too," Dottie gushed as she sipped her tea.

Madame Toulescent smiled and said. "I made the tea. It's a blend of ginger, mint, lemon verbena and a few other things I grow in my herb garden. I'll send some home with you. It's sweetened with honey I collected from my bees yesterday." She smiled briefly, and her lips stretched over teeth that could benefit from a cosmetic dentist. "That's probably what you love so much."

Dottie nodded and studied the Madame. The years hadn't treated her so well. Dottie didn't know her age but her face was a mass of wrinkles that blended one into the other. Dottie guessed each wrinkle had its own story. Her skin appeared soft but deeply creased. Her jet black hair was streaked with gray and hung freely past her shoulders. She wore a simple blue shift with a silver belt and wore tennis shoes and socks. She smelled of lemon and freesia.

Dottie, as usual, smelled of Chanel #5. "It's so lovely out here, Madame. Do you ever come to town?"

Madame Toulescent shook her head. "Very rarely. My neighbor collects my groceries for me when I need them and as you know, I have a huge vegetable garden and I can and freeze most everything I need. I like it here and I like to stay with my animals - my dogs, cats, cow, mules and horses. It's quiet here and my love is nature."

Dottie nodded. She couldn't imagine staying in these four walls every single day. She supposed she didn't have the patience and gentleness of spirit that the Madame had. But that was okay. Dottie was very happy in her own way.

The two women shared a comfortable silence and continued to sip their tea until the Madame asked, "How can I help you today, Countess?" She smiled at her and said, "I can tell you have some significant things on your mind and that you are troubled."

Dottie put her teacup down and said, "Yes, I do. Have you been watching the news?" Dottie saw the woman pale under her sun-darkened skin.

Madame Toulescent nodded. "You’re here about the poisonings, aren't you?"

Dottie held Madame’s dark eyes with her own and said, "Yes, I am. Camilla Rothrock was one of my dearest friends and I need to know who poisoned her."

Madame shifted her gaze to the floor and said, "Countess Borghase, this is a very bad business that is happening. I've had some visions and they are upsetting. It reminds me of the evil work of Hitler in Germany."

This time it was Dottie who paled, her heart beating so hard she could hardly breathe. "Oh my God, Madame. We both remember his devastation in Europe and the millions of people he murdered."

Madame Toulescent rubbed her hands together, her face grim. "Indeed we do. A sad and sorry time. Let's move into the back where I work and see what we can see."

Dottie stood and followed Madame to the room in the far back of her modest home. It was a glass room with beautiful views into the forest. She left her teacup on the coffee table. Her heart thumped dangerously in her chest and she was short of breath. She was so terrified she almost lost her balance. She gripped her purse and cell phone in her hand. She was scared and just the idea of having the Glock made her feel safer. Could the evil be so strong it permeated her soul?

“Countess, why are you so upset? What can I do to help you?” Madame Toulescent looked at Dottie with concern.

Dottie stared at her but her eyes said it all.

“Let me get you something to calm you down so we can have a good reading. Please stay in the chair and I’ll be right back,” Madame Toulescent said as she left Dottie and walked to her kitchen.

Want To Read More? Read Chapter 35 here!