Book Two in the Spirit Series
A sexy Angel of Death had to tell me I was dead. But he wasn’t there to offer comfort. He was there to take me to the other side. Wherever that is. I wasn’t ready to go, though. My nephew, Joey, needed my bone marrow if he was going to survive, but I wasn’t sure how I was going to give it to him now that I was dead.
Grayson, the angel, told me he’d help but then I’d have to cross over. I certainly didn’t expect to fall for the one being that intended to hustle me across the mortal realm. I don’t think he expected to fall, either. You’d think that would be difficult enough, but the real trouble began when I discovered his ‘help’ came at a price…or a punishment, rather. He’d broken a rule, and for that, he would suffer if I couldn’t stop it.
So here I am in love with the Angel of Death, trying to save my nephew’s life, and wondering what exactly happens on this other side Grayson talks about. And learning more and more that I didn’t want to leave my angel any more than I wanted to stay dead. Sometimes, though, life just doesn’t give you choices.
I'm really happy with the way this one turned out!
If you're a TV fan and you're like most romance readers, you have favorite television couples. You know the ones I'm talking about—the couples who absolutely must get together before the show ends, or you'll never forgive the producers. And once they're together, they better stay together...or else.
I know I have them; I even created a Pinterest page to celebrate those couples through the years. The programs might have long gone off the air, but thanks to Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, they're never far away. And, yes, I've been known to rewatch an entire series because those couples inspire me.
As a romance writer, I live for love, whether it's on television, a movie, in music, or real life. It's my passion, and I love to see people in love. So even if it's fiction, if the writers tell a good story about the couple and the chemistry is good, I root for them.
How about you? Do you have TV couples that you keep bringing you back to a program?
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