Reading Between the Lives

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The Wild Rose Press Inc, Jun 29, 2016 - Fiction - 204 pages
Supernatural skeptic Gabriella Jung sees a psychic for answers to romance questions. Can't hurt, right? She scoffs at the prediction that she faces parallel lives and alternate dimensions. Hours later, she's having visions, and not from too much wine. Adrian Comstock can't explain his instant attraction to Gabby. Although she's off limits, she haunts his dreams. But when the dreams change from seductive to realistic depictions of tense showdowns in the 1860s, Adrian is baffled, yet still unable to stay away. Gabby's reality unravels as the flood of visions increases. Can computer geek Adrian help her navigate time, space, and the 1860s? Or will they remain forever trapped in a time loop?
 

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Check your Karma at the door!
Hold up - this book was a lot of fun! I love my share of romances, but this was one I couldn't put down. Peters lends such depth and dedication to her characters
that draws you in so far, that when you're reading, it's like you really are standing next to them living everything they live and feeling everything they feel. I loved how the author pulled the time-travel aspects into this book, an expert weave of leaving you wanting more. The idea of karma and being able to fix things from past lives was wonderful. The book is well-written and one where you'll carry the characters with you forever and wonder what you need to do in your life to make up your own past lives mistakes.  

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Chapter Three
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Chapter Eight
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Eighteen
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Ashantay Peters loves escaping into a well-written book. Her reading addiction also has her perusing magazines, newspapers, Internet articles and even food labels. The last is usually feebly excused as an attempt to maintain health, however. She lives in the mountains of western North Carolina, a happy transplant from the much colder (and flatter) midwest.

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