Christine Young

I am a writer and avid reader of romances particularly historical romances. Please join me on my journey through time

Christine Presents Friday’s Featured Title ~ Love in Bloom by Rosemary Indra

LoveInBloom

Title: Love in Bloom

Author: Rosemary Indra

Email: indrascloset@msn.com

 

Genre: Romance/Fantasy/Paranormal

Excerpt Heat Level: 1

Book Heat Level: 2

 

Buy at: www.roguephoenixpress.com

Buy at Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Love-Bloom-Rosemary-Indra-ebook/dp/B00DTT8I9O/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1385061899&sr=1-1&keywords=Love+in+Bloom+by+Rosemary+Indrq

 

Buy at Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/love-in-bloom-rosemary-indra/1115966810?ean=2940148160854

 

 

When childhood friends reunite it takes two fairies and a matchmaking daughter to help them admit their true love for each other.

 

EXCERPT

 

 

Mattie Harrison sat up in bed when two golden lights floated down beside her. The shimmering lights from her fairies caused excitement to bubble within Mattie in anticipation of their visit. For as long as she could remember, the two fairies were her constant companions. Tonight she had something important to ask them.

Cara sat cross-legged on Mattie’s pillow. Kendra adjusted her green dress several times before she too sat down. Mattie looked down at her small friends then crossed her legs in front of her mimicking the way they sat.

Every so often Kendra’s wings fluttered. Mattie knew she preferred playing than sitting still but tonight Mattie needed someone to talk to. Like always, Cara listened quietly as Mattie described her day and her plans for tomorrow.

When the fairies stood, their transparent wings flapped as they started to take flight. “Can you stay a little longer?” Mattie asked quickly.

Cara gracefully bowed her head and moved closer to the little girl. “What’s troubling you tonight lass?”

A smile touched Mattie’s lips at the sound of the fairy’s soft voice. Cara had brown hair similar to her own. She always had suggestions and Mattie felt calm after talking to her.

They’d visit every evening when she went to bed to say goodnight. Mattie had asked her father for a nightlight not because she was afraid of the dark but so she could see the fairies easier without scaring them with the bright overhead light.

“My dad is very lonely.” Mattie knew what she wanted but all of a sudden she didn’t know what to say. She looked at her friends. “Can you help me find a wife for him?”

“Mattie it’s bedtime. Quiet down,” her father’s voice carried down the hallway. “Tell your friends to go home.”

Cara tapped her index finger against her lips and looked thoughtful.

“He doesn’t believe in fairies,” Kendra whispered. “That might be hard. He doesn’t have faith in us.”

“We haven’t even started and you’re already negative.” Cara put her hands on her hips then glanced at Mattie, “You have to remember a non-believer doesn’t like interference.”

Feeling disheartened Mattie’s lower lip started to tremble. She’d given this a lot of thought. After much consideration, Mattie knew she’d needed help to find a wife for her dad.

“We’ll see what we can do.” Kendra looked at Mattie her expression softened. “We’ll help you.”

Both fairies nodded. Now she’d have assistance in her quest. Satisfied, Mattie relaxed against her pillows.

When her father opened her bedroom door, light from the hallway flooded in casting elongated shadows across the room. The fairies instant disappearance didn’t trouble Mattie. She knew as soon as her dad left the room they would return.

Her father stood beside her bed looking down at her. With dark circles under his eyes he appeared worried and concerned. He leaned down and pulled the blankets up to her chin.

“Dad, everything will work out.” Mattie kissed his cheek. “Night.”

“Goodnight sweetie. No more talking. You need some sleep. We’re going to see grandma tomorrow.”

After her father left the room, Mattie sat up in bed. She glanced at her friends who once again sat beside her on the pillow. Mattie raised her hands and wiggled her fingers in front of her. “Do you have any fairy dust to sprinkle on him?”

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