The awful moment of reality…from Destiny’s Chance #PNR, #8Sunday #KindleUnlimited

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Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors.  With just a little creative punctuation, I’m excerpting from Destiny’s Chance, my new paranormal romance. It’s paranormal as in psychic phenomena, karma, reincarnation, etc. This is the Twilight Zone moment where everything is about to change for Destiny, although she doesn’t realize it:

Destiny rolled her head to the side, noting institutional green walls, medical machines and monitors, and that the bed on which she lay had rails.

“Do you remember what happened?” he asked.

Memories flooded in. Sheeting rain. Malfunctioning windshield wipers. A massive truck. Skidding–crashing–screaming. Grabbing for her friend Zoe, who was driving the car.

“The accident. It was real, wasn’t it?”

Fate gave her a chance for love.  Is she brave enough to accept it?

Destiny Grable has loved Chance Everett for as long as she could remember, but he was never interested in her until a tragic act of fate grants her heart’s desire. Now Chance is all hers—body, mind, and soul. But once they’re together, she discovers he has a kinky side she never knew about. Is she ready for it? Can she handle it? And Chance isn’t the only one with a secret. If he discovers what she’s hiding, will he still want her?

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13 Responses to The awful moment of reality…from Destiny’s Chance #PNR, #8Sunday #KindleUnlimited

  1. Surviving a car accident can certainly be a life-changing event, even without paranormal activity.

  2. Yikes! What a horrible situation to have experienced. And then to have to relive it? Great excerpt!

  3. Super excerpt and incredibly frightening as she relives it. Wonderful!

  4. Wow! Fabulous description, you really sucked me right in!

  5. Amy Braun says:

    Short and violent memories, which is just how I would have pictured it. Thanks for sharing!

  6. I like her vivid recall and quick understanding.

  7. Shari Elder says:

    Great snippet. Can’t wait to see what comes next.

  8. You’ve successfully captured the shocking aftermath of an awful event.

  9. I love how her memories of the accident are fragmentary and sensory focused, it makes the scary jumble of a moment like that really hit home.

  10. One tragic accident and her life is about to change for ever. It sets the scene for what is to come. Great snippet.

  11. Botanist says:

    Feels like waking from a nightmare into another nightmare! Intense.

  12. Oh wow! Powerful snippet, great imagery here. I really felt for her.

  13. Oh, the imagery is very realistic! Good snippet!

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