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After-life just got a lot more complicated
Trapped, Maggie's soul is catapulted into Ally's life - and the human world she hasn't experienced for one hundred years. But, as a descendant of the most powerful beings in the After, Maggie must rescue Ally before the girl's soul dies...
To survive, Maggie must uncover devastating secrets - because with one soul taken by a terrifying enemy, Maggie's could be next!
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A suffocating heat pressed all points of my soul. Even though I hadn't breathed in a hundred years, I felt the need to inhale, yet I couldn't. A fire burned in my chest.
I attempted to open my eyes, to move one finger, a toe maybe, but the pressure immobilized my body. The burning sensation tore through me over and over until I had just about given up the fight.
But, just as quickly as the pressure came, it lifted, bringing a seemingly endless barrage of images. I was experiencing someone else's memories, as if I took a back seat in her mind and watched her life flashed before our eyes. I caught her image in a mirror, a small golden-haired girl.
I tried to slow the images or possibly make sense of them but, just as I grabbed a hold on one of them, it slipped through my fingers and moved onto the next. I followed this girl through all the moments of her life as her memories flashed before my eyes.
Darker emotions overlapping the girl's happy memories. I saw a young red-haired girl in an old-fashioned dress; her demure eyes looked back at me. Jealousy flared through me. My heart squeezed, watching this girl who was not part of Ally's memories. A rush of energy pumped through my body; the power touched every fiber of my soul. Then the vision dissolved and I was forced back to experiencing Ally.
Was I dreaming?
Souls didn't dream. I told myself firmly.
The visions started to slow and I was able to focus on one.
I had to tell them, even though Dad said I couldn't. But in a week I wouldn't be the same girl. Or would I? I still wasn't clear on everything. Becoming a Guard: it was my life's mission, he had said. A life that was no longer my own. Would it be easier to let this life slip away? I would regret each day if I didn't. Maybe I would start with Seth. Sweet Seth. He'd be crushed, but someone would take my place. Dad had said something about people -humans- was I not human? Humans were drawn to those like me. Maybe Seth only liked me because I was different, unexplainably different.
I ripped the paper off the coffee sleve. It was now or never.
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