As the characters of Release the Ashes discover, life has other paths for us to travel other than the ones that we are walking. By making one tiny step off our current path, we find the path we should or could be on.
Grace Michem and her son Chase are on a journey from New York City to Spearfish, South Dakota. They have no details on what they are looking for and no directions on where to go. While wandering South Dakota, they find themselves at the mercy of an irate rancher.
Will Grace persevere at accomplishing the task that she set out to fulfill or will the contemptuous Shane Meed send her back to New York?
Will Grace and Chase find what they are looking for amongst the Black Hills of South Dakota, or will they return to New York resuming the life they once knew?
“Well I think that I am going to head in. Thanks for stopping by.”
Shane was looking at her now. She slowly stood. On the bottom step she was at his nose level. She could tilt her head and meet his eyes. But she was afraid to. She was afraid to look into those eyes. She didn’t want anything to change and she feared that if she looked up everything would.
“Grace look at me.”
Her eyes were closed tight and she felt like crying. Her eyes stung and she had lead in her stomach. She felt his warm thumb rest below her chin and his pointer finger guide her chin up.
“Look at me.”
Grace opened her eyes and she knew she shouldn’t have.
Anne Brown, lives in upstate New York with her son and two dogs. Romance writing has been a genre of writing that Anne has wanted to attempt for years. After years of writing, but not doing anything with the manuscripts, she decided now was the time. How great it was to find an avenue, like KDP, for writers to publish their writing. As her writing grows and flourishes she hopes that her audience of readers will as well. Her goal is to write great stories which allow readers to loose track of time and escape life for awhile into a fictional world where dreams come true, connections are forged and love is found.
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