Sale: Broken Pearl by Dawn Brower $.99

FBSaleBannerI am excited to announce that for the next four days  Broken Pearl will be on sale for only $.99. That’s a $4 dollar discount. So buy it while you can! Come Tuesday it will be back at $4.99. This is a great opportunity for those that have wanted it, but couldn’t afford the full price tag.

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For those that do not know what Broken Pearl is about her is some more information



The year is 1941 and paradise is a way of life in Hawaii. For Rebecca O’Shea things couldn’t be more perfect.  She has her dream career as a naval nurse, and is in love with the man of her dreams—it seems she has it all.

An empathic gift she’s had all her life starts to grow, showering her with emotions and premonitions that suggest a great darkness is near. Just when she thinks she cannot take anymore her guardian, Joel, arrives to help her.

Rebecca’s life is thrown into chaos when war hits Hawaii’s shore. As the Japanese bomb her home, her gift explodes within her. Loss and pain become her new way of life. She abandons all hope and shuts down her empathic abilities. With bodies littering the hospitals and seas, her calling as a nurse is put to good use, but her heart remains unreachable. Can she find her way out of the blackness and accept her true fate? Or will the prevailing death and destruction of war consume her?



“Good, I don’t have to come in and wake you up.”

“Don’t be absurd, or creepy. I do have roommates who wouldn’t appreciate your perversions.”

A small chuckle rolled through his lips. “You say it like it’s a bad thing. I promise I don’t have any strange obsessions you need to be concerned with. Everything we do is necessary. You just might not like it much.”

“You are not building a solid reason for me to continue on with this farce. Keep talking, and I will turn back around to go inside. I’ll leave my fate to chance.”

“Bad call, Becs. But it is yours to make. I’m heading out now, if you still want my help than follow me. I have several ideas where you can begin to gain some control over your gift.”

Rebecca wanted to smack him on the head. She doubted the reason she hit him would actually register. No use bothering to do something when it would prove futile. The arrogant jerk did have a bad habit of being right. She did need his help. Hating to admit it aloud, she kept her mouth shut and forced herself to walk after him.

They walked for several minutes until they reached a secluded beach. As she inspected her surroundings, she realized they were standing next to a breathtaking lagoon. There were rocky cliffs with over hanging vegetation on the far end. Red coral creepers twisted in thick green vines across the cliffs. A coral reef skimmed around the edge, separating it into a separate body of water, a clear blue crystal sparkling beneath the bright sun. Orchids, blushing purple and pink, grew along the edge. Their perfume, a sweet and clean aroma, tickled her nose.

“Is that a coral reef? It’s hard to be certain gazing across the lagoon. The water is clear enough, though. I think it is one shining from the bottom. I would love to go swimming in there and see all the underwater structures and sea creatures. I love places like this.” Rebecca stared out across the water with her hand resting on her forehead, shading the sun from her eyes.

“I believe it is. I haven’t had the satisfaction of checking it out myself yet. I chose this place to work because it’s secluded and no one should disturb us.”

Rebecca lowered her hand and glanced at Joel. His gaze seized by the beauty of the paradise before him, his eyes mirroring the color of the water. He shook his head and turned to her. The easy smile once again on his face.



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