Dangerous Visions – Book 2 in The Spiritual Gifts Series

Start a new series today and wake up your senses!

If you’re a fan of romantic suspense mixed with a bit of paranormal and action-adventure then you’ll love Anderson Evans in Dangerous Visions. Readers were first introduced to Anderson in Endless Possibilities as the aloof but lovable brother in the Evans clan. When he came home after the death of his grandmother, he wasn’t quite the same nor was he forthcoming on everything going on in his life.

Now, in Dangerous Visions, the readers find out why. To give you some insight to his character and his journey – here is the synopsis:

After awakening from a coma, Agent Anderson Evans struggles to see things clearly as visions plague him throughout the day. The only way to distance himself from his premonitions is to ride cross-country, where he is free from the intermittent flashes that appear from the occasional touch in the crowd. If only he could avoid the reoccurring vision of a woman struggling to survive, but she haunts him as if calling to him.

Savannah Miles never expected that by taking on another bridal client, she’d be signing her death warrant. She soon finds herself caught up in an elaborate underworld that has her fleeing for her life under the dark of night. After barely escaping with her life, Savannah calls her cousin for help, who arranges for a bodyguard. Only she didn’t expect anyone like Anderson and didn’t have a clue that the two of them would be in over their heads.

Could Anderson’s visions become the divine intervention they need to overcome the curse in their lives? Or will the pair run out of luck, out of time, and find themselves at a dead-end?

Readers have already been sending me photos of their kindle or paperbacks from their reading spots or trips. I’m excited to see yours!


What a Gift from God

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Roxy was a rescue who came from a home that really didn’t want her. I found her through an email from a soccer mom which stated – ‘if I don’t find a home for her my husband is going to put her down.’ This was 8 years ago when she was only a few years old. Imagine someone thinking a dog such a burden they would be willing to put them down. While I wasn’t ready to take dog into our home as I was grieving the loss of my Hershey I couldn’t let another puppy suffer.

We took Roxy in and she was a bit neurotic, starved for attention, but sweet as the day is long. She was probably the sweetest dog I’ve ever met. After living in a home where they made her stay by the back door, she laid by ours for a while until she realized she could come and go as she pleased without getting yelled at. Soon, she settled into a comfortable routine in our home of eating, sleeping well, and lounging with lots of cuddles. She began to trust and truly loved life.

Last week, we got the news that she was terminal. When her pain became so bad that she shook from it, we had to make the call to end her pain. While our family is heartbroken, we can live knowing she had a MUCH longer life than she would have if not for taking her in when no one else would.

After leaving the vet, I was praying that God share that with her … that we loved her. I also prayed that she was running free, happy, and young again. When I turned the corner for my home – I saw a rainbow. God whispered that she was free and peace washed over me… so much so that I had to take a photo of it. I thought it might bring comfort to my family – especially my son, who was grieving more than anyone.

When I showed him the photo, he got strange look on his face. He zoomed in on the top right corner of the photo where the clouds were, and said, “Look! It’s Roxy and she’s running!”

I got chills. Sure enough… when I glanced to what he was staring at, it was a carbon copy of my Roxy – right down to the strip that runs the length of her cheek and her white muzzle. God had answered my prayer and gave me a beautiful gift with that image in the clouds. Roxy truly is running free, her ears flapping in the breeze – right over the rainbow bridge.

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Endless Possibilities

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Rules For My Son

Soooo true! Great list.

Aaron Conrad

1. Never shake a man’s hand sitting down.

2. There are plenty of ways to enter a pool. The stairs ain’t one.

3. The man at the grill is the closest thing we have to a king.

4. In a negotiation, never make the first offer.

5. Act like you’ve been there before. Especially in the end zone.

6. Request the late check-out.

7. When entrusted with a secret, keep it.

8. Hold your heroes to a higher standard.

9. Return a borrowed car with a full tank of gas.

10. Don’t fill up on bread.

11. When shaking hands, grip firmly and look him in the eye.

12. Don’t let a wishbone grow where a backbone should be.

13. If you need music on the beach, you’re missing the point.

14. Carry two handkerchiefs. The one in your back pocket is for you. The one in your breast pocket…

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Endless Possibilities … Coming Soon!

So, I got word from the editor today that her part in finalizing my book is D.O.N.E.  In conjunction, my amazing graphic designer will be done as well within the week.  This is the first time I’ve hired someone to do one of my covers.  Usually I handle them myself, but with my full-time job I knew I wouldn’t have the time to dedicate to the cover.  If the mock cover is a fraction of what the final will be – it’s going to look great.

Stay posted to my main blog at http://www.wornoutwoman.blogspot.com or my author page  for updates.  For the synopsis for Endless Possibilities – read below:

After the tragic loss of her husband, Alexis Mathers packs up her clairvoyant, seven-year-old daughter and heads for home only to find out that her Grandmother, Evelyn Bozeman, has died in a mysterious accident. As Evelyn’s life was an enigma before her marriage into the Bozeman family, Alexis makes it her sole mission to understand who her grandmother was and what kind of life she left behind.

Although Tyler Jameson grew up on a neighboring ranch, he was a staple on the Bozeman farm, where he, Alexis, and her brother, were thick as thieves.  Until one day they weren’t. His friendship with Alexis always stopped short of flirting but now that she’s back in town she’s more of a distraction that he could ever imagine.

 Before they both know it, Evelyn’s secrets draw them into a power struggle with a family from Evelyn’s past, which will stop at nothing to keep their secrets buried even if that means taking more lives.

 See what happens when Alexis and Tyler are reintroduced after life has molded them into perfect partners whether they know it or not. Read along to learn how a little heavenly help, via a deceased grandmother, helps give them a push.  And find out if Evelyn can protect her granddaughter from the wheels she put in motion before it’s too late?