Amaia voice brought her back from the cries of the dark catacombs of the underworld; where she unendurable suffered raising her into his arms he pulled her to his chest. Aurore had stared into the eyes of the devil the horsemen of the apocalypse; one rode a pale horse. Its rider was named Death, and Hades was following close behind him. Aurore had known at that moment as Amaia held her close, that she would be the instrument through whatever means necessary to bring this incarnation of the devil's loins to face justice, this would be their fate.
BIOGRAPHY I have always loved writing and have dabbled in one format or another for some years now, mainly creating storylines and character development with my writing partner, Remy Beaumont.
This is my first venture into the world as a novelist. My first book in the "Winds of change series" will be published soon if my family life will allow as I am the main carer to my father who is living with leukaemia.
The main character throughout the three books in the series is Aurore who falls in love in the second book, Kismet. The third book, Destiny, Remy and I have written over a period of years it is ready for the first edit. "A book is not written but edited."
Here is a short synopsis of Fate book one;
Aurore With natural beauty and innocence, if not a certain naivety of the world beyond the estate. Here she lived a protected life with her beloved Pere in her Basque homeland in the Pyrenees. Until Fate cast her destiny to the four winds bringing change, her Pere brutally murdered on her 18th birthday by paid mercenaries. Her world devastated Aurore finds herself in Paris living with her guardian Capitaine Troisville in a totally different world entrenched in the politics of the time as Cardinal Richelieu's spy.
Tom Calder PI By Reamy Beaumont.
Tom Calder is an ex-surfer who, for the last couple of years, has earned a crust as a private detective. It's not as glamorous as it may sound. Basically, he gets to follow guys around and find out if they're cheating on their wife, and vice versa. And when he's not doing that, he's checking that insurance claims are legit, and not some schmuck trying to pull a fast one. Leaping into the ocean and dragging people screaming to the shoreline is not his normal day to day business. And neither is investigating the murder of a teenage girl whose parents run a successful charity. Chances were, this wasn't going to be an average week.
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