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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Emma, to Begin Again by Debbie Brown Blog Tour


As an ER nurse, Emma knows life can change in the blink of an eye. When fate comes knocking, she finds herself far away from the city and back on the mountain ranch where she grew up -with the intention to close up and sell the house so she can move on.
But fate isn’t done with her yet, and that’s when she finds him, the one Two-Feathers calls ‘Star Brother’. Wounded and unconscious, Emma assumes he’s a military test pilot, until he opens his amethyst eyes and stares into the very essence of her being.

All her life, Debbie has spun stories in her mind, watching characters come to life, seemingly by themselves. After working as a nurse, teacher, martial arts instructor, artist, and CIC officer in the Canadian forces, not to mention her many hobbies, her life reads like a story itself. And yet, her favorite thing is still a cozy fire, a good book, and country living with her husband JP and her youngest of four children. After graduating from the Institute of Children’s Literature’s advanced writing course, she is finally devoting herself to writing these stories down, taking us all on a ride we won’t quickly forget.


She turned back and looked into his eyes. Not blue. Could they be purple? She smiled and forced herself to remain calm. “Of course.” She reached for the water again. “Would you like some soup, or vegetable stew?” she offered. She was unable to take her eyes off of his, until he closed them and nodded. She wondered if he knew what soup was.

Silently, she stepped out of the room, grabbed the laundry from the floor and headed toward the kitchen, her mind racing. Purple, his eyes were purple. Who or what was he? Her imagination was coming up with way too many scenarios. Wait, wasn’t there some actress with purple eyes? She headed past the kitchen to the mudroom and dropped the load into the washer. A noise from behind startled her and she spun around, dropping the capful of laundry soap. She clutched at her chest, forcing air into her lungs. “You scared me.”

Two-Feathers stood in the doorway and nodded. “I guess that means you found him.” Bo danced around his legs, demanding attention.

She tilted her head and her mouth opened to say something but then shut it. Flustered, she grabbed a dirty towel to pick up her mess and tossed it into the machine before looking back at the shaman. “You want tea?” she asked as she pushed past him to the kitchen.

He remained in the doorway. “He is not dangerous.” His voice was calm and level. “I came to see if you needed help.” She put the kettle on the stove and turned to face him. “’Could have used a hand to get him down from the mountain.” Her eyes met his. She let the reassurance he seemed to send out ease her nerves. “You knew.” It wasn’t a question.
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1 comment:

Amethyst Eyes said...

Thank you for hosting my book on
your blog. :o)