Daughter of the South Wind by K.D. DuBois

Daughter of the South Wind by K. D. DuBois

E-book is FREE in Amazon Kindle Books from Nov 12-16th.

As if grad school wasn’t hard enough, Dawn Wynham battles her bossy sister’s interference with her private life and resists divulging one secret—her very realistic dreams about tornados and the man who morphs out of them, Nino. After chasing twisters for her meteorology degree, why not indulge in a little sexy fantasy to enhance the adrenaline highs?


Daughter of the South Wind by K. D. DuBois

Daughter of the South Wind

E-book is FREE in Amazon Kindle Books from Nov 12-16th.

As if grad school wasn’t hard enough, Dawn Wynham battles her bossy sister’s interference with her private life and resists divulging one secret—her very realistic dreams about tornados and the man who morphs out of them, Nino. After chasing twisters for her meteorology degree, why not indulge in a little sexy fantasy to enhance the adrenaline highs?

Nino’s visits tantalize Dawn, his mythological viewpoints mysterious yet familiar. When make-believe blends into real-life, she must choose between the practicality of her mind and the yearnings of her heart or else lose everything she holds dear.

The most desirable path holds the greatest danger. Dawn knows what feels right in the depths of her soul—and hopes her decision doesn’t cast Nino away from her forever.    

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Excerpt:

“Please stop calling me that. My name’s Dawn. I have no idea who Tira is.”

“But you do, and I am here to aid your recollection.”

“Yeah, well first, better tell me who you are.”

The primitive shadows of my brain which governed fright or flight said I should call 911, but the modern and more practical recesses of my mind argued the responders would likely search the apartment for drugs, because the story of what I thought as reality played out more like a comedian’s recount of an acid trip. Truthfully, I didn’t feel threatened by him. A strange sense of peace had washed through me at his touch. Like I belonged with him.

“You might as well sit.” I motioned to the bed. “Because I have more questions than the SAT exam.”

He displayed perfect squat form to perch on the edge of the mattress. “How should I begin?”

“Start with your name.”

“Minninnos, but friends and family call me Nino.”

I had no idea what to ask next. Too many questions spun in my mind, such as why he’d been in my dreams or what happened to Chrissy and Taran. Maybe what freaked me out the most should get priority.

“How the hell did you survive the tornado?”

He wore a pained expression, his eyes squinted, his lips parted. Silence indicated he either didn’t know how to explain it, or he didn’t want to. Count that one as a pass. Next question.

“Okay, since it’s too hard to answer, why do your irises swirl?”

His shoulders raised and lowered, and his breath exhaled in a loud rush. His mercurial whirling orbs caught my gaze and held it.

“The answers to both inquiries are related. I hesitate because I do not know if you will accept the truth.” He propped his forearms on his knees, their long muscles defined as he clasped his hands. “It is important to me, and others, you do.” The orbital motion slowed, and he shook his head side-to-side once. “I do not want to frighten you. There is not enough time.”

His intensity borderlined anguish. My acceptance of his explanation somehow played an important, albeit unknown, role in his life.

“I’m a scientist and have to know why things happen. What occurred today defies all logic, so I’m curious and want answers. Just tell the truth. Don’t hold back.”

 

READER COMMENTS:

“I laughed, I cried, I was happy, I was sad, I enjoyed reading this book so much!” -Angi T

“When I pickup a new book and yearn for the day to come to a close so I can pickup where I left off… or maybe even grab a couple chapters between workday tasks then I know it’s a good book, this was the case with Daughter of the South Wind.” -Chris W.

“I read this book in less than 48-hours because I had to see what crazy situation Dawn got herself into next, as well as where her fated encounter with Nino would take her.” -Lynnann L.

 

KD DuBoisAbout K.D.

KD DuBois writes fantasy mixed with a touch of romance. Her current book delves into mythology, giving obscure gods and goddesses their own stories. It’s the first of a series in a world she created called The Immortal Dimension.

Twenty-eight years in a military uniform took KD DuBois to many unique places around the globe. But a few choice assignments in year-round mild climates spoiled any inclinations to retire where even a hint of snow might fall. Instead of settling down in her home state of Kansas, she planted roots in the perpetual sunshine of south-central Texas.

With the opportunity to start a second career, KD took a class and got inspired to write. Now she types away and takes an occasional break to ride her bike and enjoy the sunshine. Visit her website to learn more about her and what she’s working on.

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