by Traci Sanders
Genre: Romance, Supernatural
A gripping story of love found, lost, and rediscovered in a magical way.
Jewel has met the man of her dreams … the one person with whom she’s meant to spend eternity. Harley is charming, charismatic, and although he can’t carry a tune in a bucket, he’s the most gorgeous man she has ever laid eyes upon—especially in his U.S. Air Force uniform.
Just days after the couple returns from their honeymoon, Harley is called to active duty in the Middle East. Jewel is heartbroken but determined to adapt to her new life as a military spouse and support her husband. Her plan is short-lived when Harley is killed in action just days after his deployment.
Unable to cope, Jewel withdraws from her family, friends, and the world around her, until Harley visits her with a message from the beyond.
Will Jewel surrender to the dark side to be with her true love, or will she discover that sometimes people are put in our paths for reasons beyond our understanding?
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Also by Traci Sanders
When Darkness Breaks
“A real and authentic romance” M. Abbott (UK)
“Heavy Subject Matter, Hope Filled Message” T. Dearen
“A short and engaging read” H. Kent
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An avid blogger and supporter of Indie authors, she writes parenting, children's, romance, and nonfiction guides.
Her ultimate goal is to provide great stories and quality content for dedicated readers, whether through her own writing or editing works by other authors.
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My name is Traci Sanders and I'm an author of romance, children's, and nonfiction titles. I'm also an avid reader and huge supporter of other authors through a site I founded called Readers Review Room. Be sure to check it out whether you're an author looking for promotion, or a reader looking for a great book.
I'm thrilled to be able to discuss my own books for a change!
Today, I'm going to share a bit about the writing process of my second romance novella, Unsevered. This story is very close to my heart, as I feel it was truly my coming-into-my-own-as-an-author title. I learned how to add emotion through application of the five senses, how to write in first-person POV without using the dreaded "I" too often—basically, how to allow my soul to bleed onto the pages of my book, and just ... Tell. The. Story. It was a highly emotional experience.
I took a six-month hiatus from this story because I didn't feel it was coming through as strongly as it sounded in my head. I imagined how I would feel if I were the main female character, Jewel. If I lost my husband, who is my high-school sweetheart, in combat, what emotions would I experience? How would I react to the world around me? Would I be able to get up and go on with my life each day?
That's when this story truly came to fruition. The words poured out of me from that point on, and I'm so proud of the result.
I hope you all enjoy my labor of love, dedicated to military spouses everywhere, who've lost a loved one. Thank God I've never had to go through that; but if I did, I imagine I would experience the same emotions Jewel did in this story.
True love is forever Unsevered.
Thanks to Maia for setting up this blog tour, and for hosting me here today. I truly appreciate the chance to share my work.