Book Blitz & Excerpt: Life Lived Twice by Sherrie Wouters

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Life Lived Twice by Sherrie Wouters 
Publication date: June 6th 2014
Genres: Fantasy, New Adult, Romance

Some promises are made to last forever…
What if you fell in love with a stranger…but that stranger had come from your past, a past you never knew existed until the moment your eyes met?
When Tess Winters locks eyes with a stranger at an airport bookstore, it ignites a feeling of passion somewhere deep inside her that she can’t explain.
Although the encounter is innocent and brief, the intensity of it lingers, leaving her overwhelmed by a yearning for the mystery man now consuming her every thought.
Struggling to break the powerful hold he has over her heart, Tess starts to experience strange but familiar dreams…dreams from the turn of the twentieth century of the charming Mr Addison Taylor.
As her dreams start to materialize into reality, and past and present begin to blur, Tess is forced to put the pieces of a forgotten time together, and soon discovers that love isn’t the only thing that can find you after an eternity.
Captivating, mysterious, and romantic, Life Lived Twice will leave you wondering whether love is so powerful it could last more than a lifetime.
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Excerpt: 

By the time I’d examined his tanned calves, the masculinity of his

skin was lingering in the air between us. He smelt sensational, and I found

myself uncontrollably breathing in as I rose.

Now curious to see more, I kept going. But as I began to move, an

odd sensation of warmth radiating from him came over me; it was almost

like an invisible hand caressing my skin. My heart fluttered at the idea

of it, and suddenly blood was rushing to all the wrong places as I felt an

unexpected thrill of anticipation.

After tracing his body all the way up to his chest, my wandering

eyes didn’t seem to want to stop, and they were soon up to his neck and

following the stubble along his jaw, right up to his light brown hair.

And then he spoke. The sound of his voice jolted me from my

daydream and pulled my gaze to his.

“Addison!” I gasped as our eyes collided.

From the moment the name left my lips, my eyes widened ... stared

... and became lost in his. As a rush of airy weightlessness floated me

from the floor, suddenly everything felt more enhanced, more real, like

something inside me had suddenly woken up.

It was an intoxicating feeling and the longer I stood entranced, the

further his beautiful blue eyes reached into mine. Somehow they were

knocking on the door to my heart, stirring something so powerful it made

me want to cry and laugh at the same time and, for a brief second, there

was something in his eyes that made me feel complete.

Suddenly his brows squeezed then softened. “Ah ... um ... sorry about

the electric shock.” He smiled. “But who’s Addison?”

My throat tightened as warmth flushed my cheeks. Who the hell

was Addison?

Embarrassment pulled my eyes from his. “Oh,” I said, choking on my

words, “Um ... ah ... no ... I don’t know anyone called Addison ... I mean, um ... ”

“Oh!” He smiled cheekily as he leaned towards me and whispered.

“You sounded so convinced I was him ... I thought for a second I could

be. I mean, if you wanted me to be.”

My face shot back to his, words jamming in my throat as I stared.

Who was this guy, this stranger? In just a few seconds he’d turned my soul

inside out, and now he was charming me with his words as well.

As his lips rose into a smile, I couldn’t help but smile back. But panic

quickly returned to my constricted throat as that name re-entered my head.

Suddenly aware of the warmth still creeping across my face, I managed

to pull my eyes from his again and divert my gaze. Addison, Addison, who

the hell was Addison? I couldn’t budge the name from my thoughts.

As I stood fidgeting, I could feel him staring, waiting for me to say

something, anything. After taking a breath, I shifted my gaze and we

locked eyes again as I spoke. “Um,” I said, swallowing hard, “I must be

mistaken ... sorry.”

About The Author:

Sherrie Wouters is the author of the romantic fantasy, Life Lived Twice.

A qualified Homeoeopath and Kinesiologist, Sherrie lives in country Victoria, Australia with her husband, and two daughters. She is currently working on the sequel to Life Lived Twice.


Author Links: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads


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