Well… I’m off schedule. As usual.
Thing is, cancerversary tests didn’t go as slick as I’d like. That said, the results were worth the wait, the irritation, the unadulterated stress. CT scan: clean. Blood tests: fabulous. All afternoon waiting room fests: wonderful due to my honey sticking by my side the entire time. What a guy.
The only test I was surprised to fail was the mammogram. Sigh. More stress.
But, I just got home from getting smooshed yet again, still sticky from the ultrasound. That said, I’m happy to report that although I’m likely bruised, I’m apparently fine when it comes to cancer.
So, this year’s cancerversary is a roller coaster memory and I’m more than ready to move on.
Hence, I’m set to reclaim my life, starting with the cover reveal I recently promised. So without any further ado, here we go:
When Penny Andrews traveled to the Middle East, she never imagined she’d become a victim of mistaken identity and abducted. Her “trip of a lifetime” sparked strength she never knew she possessed as she discovers how difficult it is to change the ebb and flow of the river we call “life.”
Her life complicates further when she meets Jonathan Zadock… a terrorist and her captor.
In the golden light of the desert, Penny and Jonathan find a chemistry between them, something they didn’t expect. Could this “chemistry” be love? They may never find out because someone is trying to kill them.
To make matters worse, circumstances beyond their control force them to take part in a bizarre and sensual ceremony called The Almach.
Reclaimed Trust is a love story crossing two continents and two cultures, beginning in the hot sands of Horab and ending in the icy snow drifts of Minnesota. It’s a fast read that will keep you guessing all the way to the last chapter. It’s also a sensuous start to the Reclaimed Series, all taking place in the same, intriguing universe.
So… talk about exciting, eh? Watch this space for the next, fun update. And if you’re interested in a great read, here’s where you can pick up your copy of Reclaimed Trust: