Have you ever had an inkling that something was going to happen and when it did, you were floored? What about a dream which came true? Can you imagine having those daily?
I think it's scary. I would worry about all the things I saw, if they would impact others. I don't want to know the future unless it's good. Who wants to know all the bad things?
MS KAYE'S KINDLING HER PAST features a heroine, Kindle, who has visions and those visions come true. She sees the danger and is unable to change it. She feels like she's battering against an unbreakable wall.
Author MS Kaye has a gripping tale in KINDLING THE PAST. The characters are memorable, determined and so realistic. The action is fast paced and will keep you turning the pages. Now available in Ebook and Print, KINDLING THE PAST will be your new favorite read!
Kindle fights to survive on her own, to break free from her possessive and violent ex-boyfriend, and tries not to let her best friend, Anna, know she’s in love with her husband. Most of all, she fights the visions she sees of the past—she doesn’t believe in that kind of stuff.
Then Anna is shot and killed.
In their grief, Kindle and Ty, Anna’s husband and Kindle’s Taekwondo instructor, grow closer. Although Kindle is careful never to let him too close, he helps her learn to accept that her visions are real. Eventually, the truth about Anna’s death breaks through into Kindle’s visions, and she must find a way not to let it destroy her.
He sat back in the sand and stared out toward the horizon, to where it should be. All he could see was darkness. There was no horizon, not anymore.
Anna had been it. She’d been the rising sun, lighting his world, breaking through the dark room that had become his existence. Now she was gone, and he was still in the dark room. He’d thought she’d fixed him, taken away his desire for someone else.
He realized the desire was still there, had always been there, would always be there.
His love for Anna was just as strong. It’d blinded him. He’d been thankful to be blind. Now he was back to the same yearning, the yearning for someone he could never have.
With shining eyes, he leaned forward and pulled his hands through his hair.
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