Weekend Snippets #12


It’s Weekend Snippets time again and I’m  continuing with a bit from  FOREWARNING, the first book of my Horses and Healing Mysteries series.


I’m also giving a larger excerpt on the Virtual EBook Fair Event on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/events/202609846566492/  Come take a look at all the great books being featured.


Kasey Martin, an energetic healer who has renounced her skills, awakens in the middle of a storm. When a sudden wave of pain hits her, she realizes that someone–a man–is injured and she goes to investigate.
The three-sided shed gave partial protection from the storm, but the rain had turned the saturated ground to muck. The man rolled toward her with a groan. Definitely a stranger—in his thirties, with dark hair and a muscular build. He was soaked to the skin, clad in a light jacket and slacks that provided no protection from the downpour. Blood from a head wound covered his face. He looked much too pale and his dark eyes were glazing. The beginnings of shock.
Forewarning Cover
Grieving and guilt-stricken after her husband’s suicide, Kasey Martin has closed her energetic healing practice and retreated to her Oregon horse ranch. One night, she rescues a badly injured man, and against her better judgment, uses her neglected skills to save his life. This starts her on an unexpected journey of healing and danger.  Complicating her life is Jim Bradley, an old friend who has long been in love with her and wants her to return to her work. When criminals looking for her patient invade the serenity of her world, she must use her skills to save all three of their lives.


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and also. on the Weekend Writing Warriors website
Happy reading!
Categories: alternative medicine, energetic healing, healing, horse personalities, Horses, Mystery, romance, Romantic suspense, suspense, Uncategorized | 16 Comments

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16 thoughts on “Weekend Snippets #12

  1. Nice descriptions.
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  2. Your description of the storm and the soaked man set the tone for this snippet. Well done.

  3. I had a chill just reading this—what is she going to do first? Get him warm or heal him enough so he can help? Can she do either without help?

  4. Interesting, well described. Can’t wait for more – great snippet!

  5. I can feel that he is going to faint any minute.

  6. Great descriptions. I felt like was right there. I want more!

    • You’ll just have to wait–I seem to be every other weeking it–OR you could buy the book. 😉
      Thanks for stopping.

  7. Great description (especially the muck) I’m looking forward to the next excerpt.

  8. sharonbuchbinder

    Mmmm. Where did the wet, handsome, shocky stranger come from???

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