Albert Camus

Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

what I had was a gift - The Curse (The Butterfly Effect #2) by Margaret McHeyzer

"Overall...I want more! Please, Margaret. If not, I will forgive you since you gave me this much already. Two books that took me out of my usual genre. Thank you! It was a wonderful and addicting experience." - Sandra, Goodreads


Release Date: August 20th, 2017 

It's been the butterfly effect.

I changed the course of my life because I warned a man.
I thought what I had was a gift, but it's quickly turning into my curse.

Now I realize I'm much more than a girl with an ability.
Because now... I'm becoming a weapon. 

"The twists and turns have you reading nonstop to figure this story out!" ~ The Book Bistro.

"I love Lexi. She is unbelievably strong even if she doesn't believe it. She is sassy...she knows this. Everyone knows this. And it's one of the reasons why I think she is a complete badass." ~ Two book Pushers.

"If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would. It is absolutely amazing." ~ Goodreads reviewer.

"This story had me hooked from the beginning. The mix of a thrilling plotline and endearing characters was the attraction, as well as her writing style." ~ As You Wish Reviews.

The Gift

I have something people want. I have something they cannot take or steal. I have something they'd kill for.
The something I have, isn't a possession, it's more.
Much, much more.
It's a gift.
It's part of me.

"Margaret has done it again is there anything she can not write this is so different from what I have ever read before. I honestly did not know what to expect going into this. I knew it was going to be very different from the authors other books. Once I started I couldn’t put it down." - Charlie, Goodreads

 The Gift – is free for a limited time! 
About the author:
Write something worth reading
I'm Margaret and I'm a self-published author.
Recently I was fortunate in obtaining New York Times best selling status on my YA/NA book - Ugly, and my YA book - Mistrust.
My last three books have been YA and I'm completely in love with the genre. I love being able to communicate with people through my words and stories.
My writing genres all differ, but the one thing I keep consistent is my heroines. All my female lead characters are strong, gutsy and not the 'perfect' woman. While my books all have romantic elements in them, they aren't just about the romance. They're about finding strength, acceptance and making life long connections.
I hope you enjoy my stories as much as I have while writing them.

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