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Book Release TODAY - Once a Druid by Alex and SJ Byrne
the light of the Lunar Eclipse—let them see!"
There is something
seriously wrong in Kirra Munro's head. Besides suffering from amnesia, night
after night she is plagued by dark dreams of other worldly rituals and a past
she has no right in remembering—or does she?
Cayden McKinnon has the ability to unlock the blockages in her mind, but after
one visit things begin unraveling far too fast.
Time is running
out...or has the battle for one woman's soul just begun?
Beyond her heavy eyelids,
Kirra knew she was no longer alone. In the darkest shadows a presence had
The being didn’t breathe.
Her sensitive hearing would have detected the slight whoosh of air filtering
through the spongy mass of a living lung.
It also wasn’t
human—her tongue would have tingled from the imminent promise of a
Whatever the thing was, she
had never encountered its kind before.
A slight shift in the air
to the left alerted her to the creature’s exact position. Part of her wanted to
be afraid but her stronger essence knew there was nothing to fear.
A prickling began in the
tips of her toes as she pushed the comforting thought into every corner of her
brain. Curious about the cause, she stilled her mind and focused on the heat
spreading from her feet throughout the rest of her body. Not an entirely
unpleasant sensation, it was much like bathing in a gentle wash of warm water.
Once the sensation
penetrated her brain she knew all her past actions were being picked apart and
judged by the invading heat. Somehow she understood that the being held her
life in its hands. Despair saturated the infrastructure of her spirit but
ceased almost immediately, leaving a sense of weightlessness at her soul’s
“Only the pure of heart can
receive my protection—all others perish during the purging.”
The edict slipped into her
thoughts like soft feathers turned to a thick warm liquid. Through the haze
washing over her reflective process, Kirra sensed her body being lifted off the
slab of stone and was unable to resist the movement.
To be cradled against an
essence exuding such strength and vitality made her want to cry. All she’d been
lacking in her heart flooded her system, choking the breath from her lungs.
The voice drifted off into
unintelligible murmurings as the shadows behind her eyes turned pure black and
Kirra’s thoughts were no more.
Living in the mountains
of Western North Carolina, Alex and SJ Byrne are just trying to make their way
through the insanity that comes with creativity. Writing is SJ's passion—life
is her muse—Alex is the force that brought this long anticipated novel to light
after 17 years in a box.