Monday, May 11, 2015




Cursed with what could be one of the worst

supernatural abilities imaginable, Breena has never had the luxury of falling

in love. Hell, she’s never even held a guy’s hand. At only twenty-two years

old, she’s just about given up on the whole love thing. After all, when you can

see twelve hours of someone’s future by a simple touch, and they, in turn, can

see what you see, well… relationships are sort of out of the question. Her gigs

performing psychic readings at parties, and the occasional one-on-one private

appointment are just about Breena’s only connection with people. No matter how

much she might wish otherwise. 

Hawk Covington 

Hawk’s hard body and skill have earned him a

starting position on the Pioneer’s college hockey team. But it’s not his talent

with a hockey stick that’s the most remarkable. His gorgeous two-colored eyes

not only draw the attention of every female on campus, they also allow him to

track people and objects. But when he suddenly finds himself stalked by a

stranger, he seeks out the help of the rumored, “campus gypsy” for help. 

Despite his vow to stay single and play as many

college women as he can while the fun lasts, Hawk can’t ignore his attraction

to the lovely and spirited Breena. And she can’t get the hunky star hockey

player out of her mind once a single touch of his hand reveals something

utterly strange. Surrounded by mystery, they realize that fate has brought them

together for a reason, but can they stay alive long enough to recognize the

depth of their feelings for one another? 

A Gypsy's Kiss WOW!! WHAT A GREAT STORY!!! This is a spin off series of The Whisper Cape series by Susan Griscom but I tell you that you don't have to read that series to know what AGK is about. Susan describes what you need to know about the Sectorium and peoples ablilities so you can understand them. She also mentions some of the characters in the Whisper Cape series cause they do relate to Breena and you wouldn't be lost.

Hawk a hockey player and Breena a student both have ablities. They meet cause Hawk needs Breena's help. Boy he got more than he was looking for. What a wonderful story of two young adults being friends,being there for one another and seeing where their relationship goes. 

Susan did great with this story that you can actually see the places where the characters were and you can feel any emotions they had. WELL DONE!! Can't wait for book 2. But in the mean time seems I didn't read the Whisper Cape series I think I will dig in to that.

I daydream

often. If I didn't write, I think my mind would explode from an overload of

fantasy and weirdness. To the annoyance of my friends and family, my characters

sometimes become a part of my world. During my childhood, I would frequently

get in trouble in school for daydreaming. Eventually, my vivid imagination paid

off and I had the privilege of writing and co-directing my sixth-grade class

play--a dreadful disaster; though not from my writing, of course, I must blame

it on the acting.

The craft of writing, although dormant for

years, never really left me. Many years later, and with the help of technology,

I let my imagination run wild again. 

Born in a small town in Pennsylvania, I enjoy

writing about characters living in small quaint towns. I tend to lean toward

the unusual and spooky. I read all genres but I love reading paranormal romance

and like writing in that genre.

My paranormal playing field delves into a

different milieu, abandoning vampires and werewolves, but not discounting them.

Someday I might like to write a novel about vamps and those furry creatures.

But for now I like the bizarre mixed with romance. A strong hero or heroine

confronted with extraordinary forces of nature, powers and capabilities gets my

blood running.

I live in Northern California with my very

romantic husband, my small yippy dog, Riley, and my humungous black cat, Saké.

My family consists of his and her children; four wonderful sons, one beautiful

daughter, and seven grandchildren. My greatest love in life is my family and

those large and ever growing holiday dinners.

I enjoy traveling. I hate running, but do it

once in a while. Reading and writing are my favorite pastimes.


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