Sneak Peak Sunday, NATHAN'S VOW






This week I'm giving you a glimpse into my contemporary paranormal ebook, NATHAN'S VOW, book 1 in my Search For Love series. This was one of those books that wrote like a dream.  I have to admit I believe in things I can't always see.  My heroine has a "gift" for finding missing persons. But that gift has led to heartache in the past and she left her hometown in the midwest  for Los Angeles to escape it and just to try to be "normal." But now Nathan Bradley has found her and he needs her help. From the moment she saw the picture he carried in his wallet of his two little girls that have disappeared with his ex-wife, she couldn't stay removed.  She has gone to his house with him to see what she might be able to sense or feel.


Taking the photograph from his hand, she sank down onto the sofa and studied it.  He paced to the windows, loked out, then turned around.  She could feel his gaze on her.  With her eyes closed, she held on to the picture and tried to let the energy flow freely.  But after a few moments, she knew it wasn't flowing.  She didn't feel anything...except Nathan's desperation as he waited for a response from her.

She stood and approached him, not knowing why she needed to be close instead of across the room.  "Nathan, what do you expect from me?"

"To tell me where my daughters are."

"You expect a city, a country, an address?"

He threw his hands in the air.  "I don't know what the hell to expect.  I don't know how you do what you do."

She had the strongest urge to reach out and soothe his troubled brow.  Fighting the sensation, telling herself she would not get personally involved, she stepped back.  "This could take time."

©2013 Karen Rose Smith


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4 comments:

Delynn Royer on March 3, 2013 at 5:24 AM said...

Great peek! I can feel Nathan's frustration and Gillian, with her special gifts, is such an interesting character. One of my favorite quotes is "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio." I think it's true. Some call this intuition and we all have it, but, like most talents, some have more than others. It's a fascinating subject.

Nancy Jardine on March 3, 2013 at 11:05 AM said...

How much time does she have, though?

KRS on March 3, 2013 at 11:25 AM said...

Nancy--you'll have to read more to find out. :) time in romance is so fluid!

KRS on March 3, 2013 at 11:27 AM said...

Delynn-if we understood it all, we'd have nothing to learn or hope for. I love working with characters like Gillian.