A summer vacation in Italy with her twin sister, Morgan, is just what Megan Romano needs. But instead of fun, wine, and relaxation, she finds unexpected romance. Alexandros DiPiero, a sexy and mysterious Italian businessman, falls for Megan the minute he lays eyes on her, but Megan knows it’s too good to be true.
Increasingly haunting dreams that warn of danger and destiny plague Megan’s every sleeping moment. As her nightmares become deadly and her love life heats up, Megan will come face to face with her worst fear.
This tour will run from April 23rd and through May 31
Read an Excerpt:
“You’re bleeding? We need to go to a hospital!” I said aloud, to the driver more than Alex.
The pain Alex was feeling showed on his face. With his eyes closed and his face drawn, he shook his head. “No, love, Redmond will be here shortly to help me. Let’s just go,” Alex replied, trying to conceal his pain.
I leaned forward and told the driver the name of the hotel Alex and I had stayed in when we first arrived, and we drove off. I began to wonder if my numerous hugs and jumping on him had opened up a fresh wound. I checked my clothes, finding no blood on me.
“I’m sorry, Alex, it’s my fault for squeezing you so tight when I saw you,” I said. While I watched, more blood stained the white shirt.
“Don’t worry, love, I will heal soon enough, and no, your hug was just what I needed.”
He remained calm through the whole ride to the hotel, which helped keep me calm. I was able to check us in with a weak Alex by my side. Once in the room, his jacket came off and he unbuttoned his shirt to reveal a mark that resembled bites on his chest, right where his heart was.
“Are you sure you don’t need a doctor?” I asked worriedly as I looked at the horrifying marks.
“No,” he said as his cell phone rang with Redmond on the other end. He gave him the name of the hotel and hung up shortly after.
I sat with Alex, worried as he came in and out of consciousness. His heartbeat was so faint that I couldn’t even see him breathe. I tried talking to him and he would mumble a word or two back to me.
I took Alex’s hand in mine to comfort him. I noticed that he was clammy and his skin was paler than usual. The thought that he was dying ran through my head. I can’t lose him now; he just came back to me. I wanted to do more but my aversion to the sight of blood prevented me. So I sat cradling his hand in mine, wiping the beads of sweat that lay on his forehead. That’s when I realized it didn’t matter that he left me; it mattered that he came back to me. I kissed his head as love thoughts entered my mind. When someone knocked on the door, I rushed to answer it and found Redmond standing there. Thank goodness.
“Thank God, it’s you, Redmond! Can you please help him? I think he’s dying!” I blurted out frantically as Redmond walked in with only a small bag for luggage.
“I will,” Redmond said as he went into the bedroom where Alex was and closed the door.
I was not surprised that Redmond was as secretive as Alex; they were very private people.
I paced outside the door for a moment before I made my way into the living area of the suite and called for room service. I ordered some food that I knew Alex would like. I was in the middle of the call when another knock came on the door.”
The author is working with Promotional Book Tours to give way 3 Prizes for this tour:
Grand Prize NOOK Simple Touch or Kindle Touch or $100 Gift Card to Amazon or Barnes and Noble (It’s the Winners Choice)
Second Prize is a silver ‘Love’ Necklace
Third prize is an ecopy of Fate’s Design.