Sunday, 3 November 2013

Of Dreams and Shadows - D S McKnight

The first post for November is showcasing the talented author D S McKnight and her book Of Dreams and Shadows.

So here is the blurb... 

Of Dreams and Shadows - D S McKnight

We live. We die. Is there anything more? Jenna Barton is about to find out. After moving to the coastal North Carolina town of Parson's Cove, Jenna has unwittingly stepped into the middle of a mystery involving a missing child. Unfortunately, the predator is still on the loose and Jenna has become his new obsession. With a little luck and a bit of paranormal help, Jenna might survive.

And here is the all important sneak peak ....

Of Dreams and Shadows (Excerpt) - D S McKnight

Her room was flooded with sunshine, when Jenna finally awoke to the ringing of her cell. With her eyes closed, she groped for the phone. “Hello.”

It was Jess. “So, how was it?” Yawning, Jenna asked, “How was what?”

“Don’t play stupid with me, Jenna. You know what I’m talking about. So?”

“I had a blast,” she giggled. “How about you?”

“I sat home all night. You on the other hand need to share!”

“Okay, okay. We went to that new restaurant, The Train Depot. I had this amazing steak and cheese. We talked about, you know, stuff - like sports and fishing. Then we went to an arcade and played a couple games.”

“Alright. And then?”

Jenna smiled. She wasn’t going to make it that easy. “Then we came home.”

“Home, huh? That’s it…he dropped you off and drove away…” Jess left the comment hanging.

“Well, he did walk me to my door.”

“Come on, Jen,” Jess begged.

Jenna flashed back to the night before, standing on the front steps. She couldn’t help but laugh. “I didn’t think he was going to kiss me. It seemed like we talked forever. I was getting so cold. Anyway, he leans into me, our lips touch and it’s like amazing. I mean, it’s like I’m seeing flashes of light. And then he pulls away, and then I realize it’s actually my mom turning the porch light on and off, on and off. I thought I’d die of embarrassment!”

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