Welcome to my stop on the Promo Blitz, presented by Reading Addiction Virtual Book Tours, for Glimpse Eternity by Ryan Jo Summers. Please leave a comment or question for Ryan to let her know you stopped by.
By Ryan Jo Summers
Publisher: Satin Romance
Release Date: February 23, 2016
Genre: Sweet Romance
Length: 44 Pages
About the book:
Kasey Griffin is determined to prove a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis isn't going to ruin her life or define her expectations. She is dedicated to her pregnant sister, her pets and operating her bookstore, 'The Next Chapter'. She has everything she needs to have a full and satisfying life--the daily challenges of her condition notwithstanding.
Then hunky musician Ben Salem rolls into town. Ben's subtle charm quickly reminds Kasey she is more than a woman with a disease, she is also a woman with a heart. And Ben wants it.
Will Ben still desire her once he learns the terrible details of her condition?
EXCERPTTears stung her eyes. “What's going to happen when Ben sees me like this?” What was going to happen when it got worse? Though today she was hard pressed to define ‘worse’. How much more was her life going to change? It was terrifying.Abbie quietly waited, her soft blue eyes warm and reassuring. Abbie would always love her.“He won't want me when I can't walk anymore.”“Kase, we don't know for sure that will happen to you. New medications and treatments—”“I remember Mom a little before she died,” Kasey said softly, her whisper halting Abbie. “Mostly I remember the wheels of her chair.” They had been as tall as her.“Oh, honey,” Abbie took her hands into hers, searching her face. “Do you remember her at all before that?”Kasey shook her head. “I barely remember what she looked like when she was...healthier. Before. Just hazy pictures.”Abbie nodded, understanding. “And Dad stuck by her till the end. He stuck by us till the end too.” He raised two little girls for five years after his wife died until he himself was untimely killed in a car accident. “He loved her very much and he loved us.”“I know,” Kasey agreed, wiping her nose on her sleeve. “But what if Ben isn't like Dad?” she whispered, dread clutched in her throat. What if Ben really was a drifter like he seemed?Tears pricked Abbie's eyes. “Honey, only you would know the answer to that.”
About the Author
Ryan Jo Summers is a North Carolina writer who likes to pen romances with a twist. Love stories blended as inspirational, with paranormal, suspense or time travel--or several at once. She also writes non-fiction for regional periodicals. Her dad is a songwriter and his aunt wrote poetry, so Ryan came by the writing gene honestly.
Her hobbies include poetry, bird watching, houseplants and gardening, gathering with friends, hiking in the forest, painting canvas and ceramics, and working wiggly word find puzzles, mah johngg or chess. She lives in a 1920 cottage with a menagerie of pets. She often daydreams of the shore and frequently uses water as settings in her stories.