He has the fame … She has the power
Troubled model, Laurel Ariss, hires a psychic to prove that she and British rock star, Mark Grant, are sharing the same dreams. Desperate to have Mark in the real world, Laurel risks sanity and soul to get him there. But when the astral lovers finally meet at an exclusive party, psychic Michael Johnstone warns her that dark waters lay ahead— relationships disintegrate on this side of the curtain.
Afraid the psychic is right—Mark's love is fading faster than a passing thought—Laurel schemes to force his affection. But love comes with unexpected twists, unexpected lessons, and desires of the heart involve sacrifice. Is a selfish woman capable of a selfless act of love? In the face of tragic consequences, Laurel and Mark return to the astral world one last time.
A world where a clean escape is one thing and surviving the phenomenon in the real world is another.
THE ASTRAL SHORE--a stand-alone tale of supernatural suspense.
|Silver Sword Publishers
About the Author
In the mid-eighties, nervous novice writer, Elizabeth Genovese attended a taping of Toronto’s Front Page Challenge where a friend introduced her to Canadian icon, Pierre Berton. When Mr. Berton said he was interested in reading her novel, Elizabeth said she ‘just happened’ to have a manuscript in the trunk of her car. “Up front I’ll tell you, if I don’t like it I’ll say so,” he warned, “I will not embarrass myself by submitting a bad manuscript.” Two weeks later at 7:00 a.m., the phone rang: “Elizabeth! Pierre Berton here. I think you’ve got yourself a book.” Following a previous publication, a title change and several re-writes, that book became The Astral Shore.
Elizabeth’s books combine supernatural suspense, mystery, and time travel with recurring themes of obsession and idol worship. Dark Angels Prey is a supernatural tale of suspense and adventure. The book’s companion, Frankie G’s Miracle, highlights the life of a character briefly portrayed in Dark Angels Prey. Though the novella introduces DAP’s main characters, they can be read and enjoyed as standalone books. Frankie G’s Miracle is free on elizabethgenovese.com.