Eye of The Storm: Eilida's Tragedy is the first book in the Ruthless Storm Trilogy.
It was a year ago November 1st that I started this novel and within the next week it will be available for pre-order; exciting stuff!
You guessed it! This book is a suspense thriller with overtones of paranormal. Sunshine has a mystery to solve only she doesn't know it until all the weirdness in the world seems to swirl around her.
I felt like a complete bumbling klutz, nothing like myself. I had taken ballet for many years and was as graceful as a swan or had I? My memories eluded me again, twice now today. I knew I had taken ballet, but couldn’t remember a single lesson. At this moment, I was glad that Jerry had the bouquet and not me or the flowers would be all over the floor. As we drew nearer her room my legs grew rubber like and I wrapped my arm around Jerry just in case I had another episode.
She wasn’t in the room. Having enough adventure in the hospital for one day, I placed the flowers on a nightstand beside her bed near a well worn and very well loved brown monkey. Somewhere in my frazzled memories he sprang forward. How could I remember him and not my beloved ballet shoes? I know I must have had a pair, but right now this monkey played around my mind jumping from tree to tree.
“You must have just missed her,” said a short, bald doctor with tiny black eyes, a Cheshire cat grin, and donning the usual blue scrubs.
“Has she been moved again?” asked Jerry.
My entire body now felt shaky and everything in the room seemed to shift in front of my eyes, like an old TV with bad reception. I blinked hoping to shift it all back, no luck everything remained distorted.
One more try, I closed my eyes and took a deep breath while I heard the doctor say, “She’s out for another CAT scan I believe, she should be back soon.” When I reopened my eyes the room was normal and the doctor was gone.
I felt as though I was in an episode of the twilight zone. What would be next?
More to come!
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