Genre: Paranormal YA
Nora’s impending college graduation is a triumph over the dark incident in her past that changed her life and stopped her best friend’s. Balancing school, work and her demented admirer at the diner is tough. All she has is six more months, but it similar to walking a tightrope blindfolded.
Life-like dreams pull her into the 19th century world of Clayton. A man who declares he’s her soul mate. Even though, she’s decided against romance, the young witch finds herself drawn to the Irish healer, even hearing his voice in her head.
This would make most people question their sanity. Nora needs to find out if Clayton is real and if she’s crossing over into another world in her sleep. If she is, will she end up stuck in the past? Can magick bring them together?
Today, More Romance Please is fortunate to have Nora Carpenter from Revelation with us. Hey, Nora.
I hear you’re almost finished with your degree.
These last six months are kicking my butt.
Why is that?
(Nora sighs. Her mouth pulls to one side as if considering her answer.) The usual stuff working a full time job, going to school, clinicals at the hospital, and then there’s the dreams.
Um, well, I didn’t mean to mention that. It just sorta slipped out.
Go on and explain the dreams to me.
They are peculiar in the fact they always involved the same man. He’s Irish. Has that sexy lilt thing going on and this dark hair that’s always falling into his eyes. (She smiles.) He’s some type of traveling healer. I go to sleep and suddenly he’s there.
I take it these aren’t nightmares.
Oh, definitely not. They’re pleasant dreams, very pleasant. Sometimes I even think I hear his voice in my head when I’m awake.
Voices in your head, that’s peculiar.
Forget I said that. It was a slip of the tongue. It didn’t mean anything.
Okay. Will do. Outside of what you already said, is anything else making life more complicated?
Men, in general, but one steady customer at the diner always has to whine about my cooking. If it’s so bad, why does he keep coming back?
I know that must be irritating. Is there anything else about him?
It sounds silly when I say it, but he just feels evil. Have you ever met anyone that you just didn’t like, but you couldn’t say why? He’s like that. He doesn’t complain to my manager and he always comes back. Food must not be that bad. He makes up some complaint and then insists on talking to me. Once I talk to him, he usually backs down even when I offer to make him another meal.
Sounds to me like he has a crush on you.
That’s what Ernie, the first cook shift says. That would be a nightmare. I’m just leary around men because of something that happened in my past. (She holds up her hand.) Don’t ask.
The Irish guy in your dreams didn’t make you nervous.
Yeah, but he was a dream. Aren’t dreams supposed to be nice or what we want them to be. That’s why they’re dreams, not nightmares.
Thanks for talking to me, pleasant dreams.
From your mouth to the Goddess’ ear.
About the Author:
Rayna Noire is an author and a historian. The desire to uncover the truth behind the original fear of witches led her to the surprising discovery that people believed in magick in some form up to 150 years ago. A world that believed the impossible could happen and often did must have been amazing. With this in mind, Ms. Noire taps into this dimension, shapes it into stories about a Pagan family who really isn’t that different from most people. They do go on the occasional time travel adventures and magick happens.
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