Book Two in this Trilogy will be available starting July 20, 2012 at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/206758.
It will be available in eBook form next week on Amazon and at Barnes and Noble.
It will be available in paperback form later this fall.
In Book two of her trilogy we join Janie, her brother Daniel, and her new best friend, Malachi Wolfe and Janie tries to get her life under control. Janie has given birth to Daniella and is trying to start her new life living under Malachi’s roof.
Malachi does his best to bring comfort and care to Janie, without asking for anything in return. He loves Daniella as though she were his own daughter. He provides, protects and brings a sense of healing and safety to the lives of mother and daughter.
But brother Daniel is not to sure that he wants Janie living with Malachi. They have a falling out because of this, but Daniel upon further investigation decides that Malachi is OK and actually finds himself liking this man.
Malachi’s family comes more into play in this 2nd novel. They come around he and Janie and Daniella and really start to bond with them. Janie is finding healing. But she doesn’t want her daughter to forget her father, so each evening she shows her a picture of Rico and tells her that he is her daddy.
Things are going well and we start to learn more about Malachi. It turns out that he has a special gift, much like Janie does. He is a gifted ‘holy man’ of the Cherokee people. He brings insights and healing to others, and when she is ready he will bring healing to Janie from her emotional pain.
Eventually Janie settles into a good life, a safe life, a protected life. The FBI wants her to testify against the Petrilo mob family, but she doesn’t have to. Anthony gets sentenced to 25 years in prison and it appears that things are going to be good for Janie and her baby and they don’t need to worry.
But then tragedy hits again, someone kidnaps her daughter, neither she nor Malachi saw this coming and they are distraught. Months go by and the FBI is unable to find Daniella. They don’t believe the Mob has taken her, so who has?
Janie and Malachi come to terms with the loss, they come to terms with their relationship and they get married. Janie gets pregnant and even though her daughter is missing she and Malachi are moving on.
Then an accident happens, Malachi falls off the roof and is injured. He is rushed to the hospital. While there Janie’s water breaks and she gives birth to their child . . . . . or she at least is in the process of giving birth. Everything goes black and then . . . . .
Well, let’s just say the story takes a very interesting turn at this point. The last third of the book focuses on how our minds can play tricks on us, or at least it appears that is happening.
Reyna Hawk brings a twist to the story that you won’t see coming. She brings a surprise that you might not like, or you just might think is cool. I know I was caught off guard and wasn’t sure I liked this new twist. But the more I read the more I was caught up in what was happening.
Janie’s mind is playing tricks and you won’t know where it is going to head and how it is going to end.
The best part, in true Trilogy fashion you are left hanging, wanting to know how things are going to turn out. I haven’t been this interested in the next volume of a series since reading the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Reyna’s writing continues to be refreshing, well balanced, engaging and well frankly, just so down to earth that I feel like these folks have become some of my best friends and I just want the best for them. I am so drawn to these characters that I am left speechless wanting to know what is going to happen.
If you haven’t read the first book, “Looking Through Blind Eyes” you definitely need to read it first before reading this one. For info on that book go back to my June postings in this Blog and you will find my review of that book as well as an interview with Author Reyna Hawk.