Seasons of Love Series, Book 2
Genre: Native American historical paranormal romance
Date of Publication: November 19, 2013
Number of pages: 254
Change is ComingExcerpt:
The night her family came under attack changed Kangee forever. Weeks later, her mother is still missing and is feared dead--until in dreams Kangee connects with her mother and learns that her mother is trapped with an evil spirit named Ardong. Kangee is a SpiritWalker, but one without many of the gifts and talents of her people yet she is the one chosen to save her mother. How can she, a foolish daydreamer, possibly save her mother? She turns to a young shaman for help.
Night Warrior refuses to accept his calling as Shaman. He is a DreamWalker who knows the danger of wielding too much power. Ambushed and left for dead, Night Warrior would have died had it not been for the SpiritWalker who saved his life and in doing so, has given him the same abilities. Now wields more power than he'd ever imagined. When dreams connect him to Kangee he can no longer fight his destiny.
But Evil lurks in the shadows, just a dream away. Night Warrior and Kangee embark on a dangerous quest filled with love, passion, fear and hope. Can they find the courage to defeat Ardong, free Kangee’s mother and accept their place in the world as The Choosen? Could the answers lie in their dreams?
Autumn Dreams will take you into a world filled with beauty and darkness and a love that goes beyond this world.
“We belong together. We are connected, and have been since we first met. Deny it if choose but it does not change the fact that I speak the truth.” Night Warrior drew himself up, a movement Kangee knew had to hurt. “I am drawn to you Sweet One but I cannot belong to you or to any other. I will do what I can to help you find your mother. But do not expect more.”
Night Warrior turned and waded out of the water. At the bank, he waited. Kangee’s feet were like ice as she left the water. “I choose to walk. She stalked past him but froze when he stopped her with a hand to her shoulder.
“You will return with me.” Night Warrior’s voice was hard.
Kangee turned her head and smiled without humor. “I can take care of myself. Release me.”
“No.” His hand slid down to her arm. He gripped her hard and pulled. With a quick strong twisting motion, Kangee freed her arm and when the warrior moved toward her, Kangee narrowed her eyes and drew upon her indignation and her own innate confidence in her ability to take care of herself. Lifting her right hand, she shoved her palm outward toward Night Warrior.
The strong powerful gust of wind caused Night Warrior to stumble back. He lost his footing and fell, landing in the shallows of the lake.
Kangee stood over him. “I can take care of myself. Do not forget this.” Then she walked away and before she’d reached the shadows of the forest, she’d faded from view.
Night Warrior tried to find her but she was gone!
Part of him was furious that she’d used her powers against him, but he also saw the humor in her actions. She had spoken the truth when she’d said she could take care of herself.
Respect, along with something he was afraid to name grew as he sat there, a bemused look on his face.
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SUSAN EDWARDS resides in California with her husband of thirty + years. She love animals and has five cats include a pair of two-year-old kittens (they are her babies) as well as two adorable Chiweenie pups named JJ and Abbey. The four youngsters in the pet department make her smile, laugh and sometimes groan each and every day. Recently, she got temporary (ha!) custody of Shasta, her daughter’s three year old, Great Pyrenees. Susan also enjoys crafts of all sorts including quilting, sewing, cross-stitch and knitting. Knitting and crochet are her current passions. She is also an avid gardener. Through her love of all things Native American, she designed a 26-foot Medicine Wheel Garden. It’s a big project but one that she loves, except when the weeds threaten. Right now, it’s uncertain who is winning this war!
You can follow her progress on her website. Camping, fishing, biking and hiking (when not hot) are other outdoor pursuits she and her husband enjoy.
She is of course, an avid reader and hates cooking and housework. While writing, she listens to a wide variety of music, including Neil Diamond, Celtic, Native American, New Age, Classical, and mood music (bagpipes and howling wolves drive my family nuts). Her current favorites are Blackmore’s Night and David Lanz.
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