Psychologist Destiny Walker is feeling
lonely. This will be the first Christmas season she faces
alone, especially without her Nana. When a freak rainstorm
drives her into the shop of a fortune-teller she thinks that
it is just a coincidence that this fortune-teller tells her
she will soon meet her soul mate. She is too clinical to
believe in something like that, even if her Nana had told
her the same thing before she died.
Irishman turned American Reece Kellan
is a software designer that is immediately drawn to Destiny
after she slams into him, leaving a shop during the rain.
He suggests they get some coffee together as he canít stand
the thought of letting her out of his sigh.
Both seem to be feeling more than just
a light attraction. Was the fortune teller right?
Smokiní is how I would describe the
attraction and encounters between the main characters in
Winter Solstice. Eden Bradley delves into the
world of psychic paranormal and superstition with this story
about soul mates who meet, and what an explosive meeting it
is. Winter Solstice is one hot read. I found
myself wishing the story wasnít over so that I could keep
reading about what they were up to next. Well readers, we
donít have to wait long as, Spring Equinox, Book 2 in
the Celestial Seductions series is now in hand!
Note: Winter Solstice had
been previously published and has been revised and expanded
from its original release