Inexplicably drawn to the man stalking her, she knows she needs help.
School principal, Emily Roberts, can’t shake her attraction to the man following her. Scared, she turns to the wonderful Dr. David, but even he can’t help her. Real fear sets in when the stalker claims to be an alien who has loved her in other lives.
Now, trapped in his perfect heavenly world, she is the only one who sees the danger threatening him.
Does she love him enough to give up her life on Earth and stay with him forever … if she can save him, that is?
Heaven and Earth, gods and monsters … what will Emily do?
EMBROILED – From a reviewer “Em/Jaz/Abby/Emily – how are all related? What has Jones done to bring these heroines full circle? To answer that question would be a spoiler. Better to say that some of the story line in this book which concludes the series made me very angry. Involving the reader so strongly in the characters’ lives is surely the sign of a powerful author. All I will say is that the ending is satisfying in every way.”
Buy EMBROILED now and travel with Emily to experience a world “up there somewhere.”
About the Author
Darlene Jones is a retired educator and writer. A graduate of the University of Alberta she was a teacher, principal, second language consultant, and staffing officer with Edmonton Public schools. Her multiple roles included second language curriculum development for secondary students. After retiring she continued to provide educational workshops for teachers in the province of Alberta. Her career began as a volunteer with Canadian University Services Overseas. She taught school in Mali and it was the plight of the Malians that inspired her to write her first novel—science fiction—described by readers as a “think piece.” She continues to write fiction that incorporates topics such as world affairs, aging, and Alzheimer’s, with the added mix of adventure, romance and humor.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Embroiled is unlike any other book that I have read in a while. I was totally hooked because all the questions that were popping up in my head where not being answered. I had a feeling that they would not be answered until I completed the book. There are three parts to this story and while each part is a very similar story Emily has a different problem that she is facing. In part one Emily has the strong urge to walk over ice, even though she knows she will break through and drown. Her obsession is finding out what is waiting for her underneath the ice. While that doesn’t seem too interesting it does in fact become EXTREMELY interesting when a man named Yves comes into the picture (by the way, Yves is not from Earth). Yves chewed his lower lip, “I’m the man waiting for you under the ice.” And with that statement he had Emily screaming as she ran away from him. Other actions happen which do not benefit Yves and his attempt to woo Emily so he must start over. Insert part two. In part two Emily doesn’t have the obsession with the ice because she no longer remembers that incident, but now Emily cannot remember the people around her. Hmm, I wonder why? Insert part three, which is by far my favorite part! Emily must make a very hard decision about her future. But when it’s the person you have loved forever, how hard can one simple decision really be. This book is more real than most romance stories because it describes the struggles that Emily and Yves face, just like any real relationship outside of books. Embroiled ends in such a way that would make any reader happy if it was the end, but I feel that there is more to come. Darlene Jones has created a wonderful romance that will be shared for many years. This easy read contains 34 chapters which makes is a good length to read, not to short and not too long. My rating is 5+ stars!!!