I hope all is having a wonderful week.
Finding Destiny is going on tour soon with the Book Mistress. It has been a real pleasure being hosted by her and all the other blogs on the list below. If you would like to follow the tour on the dates click on the link under the image and ‘The Book Mistress’ blog should come up with each link clickable that will take you to the blog who’s hosting me on that day.
Thank-you to everyone who has supported and read Finding Destiny since its release. Here is the link to The Book Mistress’s Blog where the clickable links are to each blog listed. https://meetthebookmistress.wordpress.com/2015/08/14/blog-tour-finding-destiny-by-katrina-hart/
I carried Sarah while walking beside Ma, who swayed slightly after her drinks at my mate’s wedding reception. The moon looked full and the sky black, unlike this morning when the sun had cast a beautiful glow over Travis’s bride as she said her vows and kissed him with such hunger. I could tell they were soul mates.
I wondered what that felt like, kissing someone who loved you so deeply, they were willing to do it in front of your family and friends.
Sarah and Ma sat in the third row down. Ma had tears in her eyes and Sarah clapped her little hands like this was the first wedding she had attended. It wasn’t. We had been to four and this was the last of my mates to get hitched.
I thought how my mates had teased me all week telling me my hair was as wild as a chipmunk’s tail and how I looked more like a twelve-year-old, with my pale smooth complexion and green eyes, than the seventeen year old I was now.
Jack’s advice on why I hadn’t got even a girlfriend had made me roll my eyes; what’s wrong with being a hard worker? Giving my little sister the tea parties she would have played with Pa? Besides, Ma could never have kept the place going without me and as long as she was happy that’s all I cared about.
“Alex, you look like a penguin in your dress-up. I’m a princess, can you tell?” said Sarah.
“You sure are, the prettiest princess I have ever seen,” I said.
Sarah shook her head, her ringlets bouncing about her face covering her eyes.
“No? Who is, then?” I said.
Sarah sucked on her bottom lip as she pondered my question. “Destiny is the best princess,” she said.
I snapped out of my thoughts as we turned into the front garden. Ma clumsily un-did the door and went to the sofa, flopping herself down. I ran upstairs and tucked Sarah into bed and looked out of her window. I noticed Destiny’s barn door open as the outside light flicked on and off again.
Oh, crap, was my last thought as I raced down the stairs and out of the back door.
I entered Destiny’s barn hoping the pony was still inside…
“Destiny! Are you in here, girl?” I yelled. I looked at the broken stable door and fingered the purple ribbon Sarah had tied there to remind everyone this was her pony. I felt sick as I raced outside, looking left and right.
Sarah was going to be heartbroken if I couldn’t find that pony! Why didn’t I check the gate? My mind raced as I looked up at the house. I couldn’t go back inside and tell Ma I had messed up again.
“Destiny! Destiny! Where the hell are you?” I yelled, leaving my home behind me.
Genre: Fantasy Fiction
Only out in EBook..
When eighteen year old Alex’s little sister’s pony goes missing, he sets out to look for her and finds himself in a strange gypsy camp in the middle of a forest. The pony is being cared for by a young girl called Faith. When Alex accepts a drink from Faith’s grandmother, he wakes up later to find himself transported into 2038 to a technologically-advanced, very colourful world inhabited by humans and robots. Alex soon discovers that he is now twenty, married and has a magical little baby girl. A magic he only seems to notice. He soon finds out that he will have to defend his little girl from the half-breeds with everything he has. He travels back through the magic pages of books to try and save her before it is too late and she is lost from him forever.
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