By Kathleen Ann Gallagher
The next best thing about Easter was when we colored the eggs. My mother lined the kitchen table with newspaper, and I would blend the colors. I used the special crayon included in the kit to personalize each one.
I couldn’t wait to open my Easter basket and find my favorite treats. I believe my appreciation for all things chocolate started as a child. Madeline Young, the heroine of my release, Echoes at Dawn happens to be a chocoholic. I think some of you may relate to her.
Here’s the blurb.
Waterfront restaurant chef Madeline Young adores her job. If only her love and family lives were as successful as her career. Her doubts as a parent pass through her mind when her teenage son is taken to the emergency room for alcohol poisoning. Madeline’s mother wants her to find true happiness and enlists the help of her deceased twin sister, Mary. An early dawn visit from a spirit directs her to volunteer at the local hospitals center for addiction recovery.
Nathaniel Griffin, a part-time counselor and contractor, fascinates his clients with his lectures. In keeping with his viewpoint of professionalism, Nat prefers to keep his personal life private. When he connects with Madeline, Nat must confront his marred past. Is he willing to face his demons or take the easier path and remain isolated?
Can unworldly ghosts save this couple from their own self-destructive behavior?
ECHOES AT DAWN AVAILABLE AT http://www.DecadentPublishing.com