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Dances At Dawn
Dances at Dawn
Book Five in The Gods at Work Series
by Kat Holmes
Genre: Erotic Romance/Greek Myth/Paranormal
Editor: Christine I. Speakman
Line Editor: Greta Gunselman
Cover Designer: Delilah K. Stephans
Apollo, God of Light and Music can’t believe it when Zeus tells the gods they are broke and have to go among mortals to work. He decides to set up his own dance studio and takes the mortal name Elijah Lidener. He is quite content, at least until he finds a beautiful woman crying in his waiting room.
Lynda Gabriel is a world famous ballerina, at least until recently. When she receives devastating news her world crumbles. She can’t resist entering a local dance studio, but it only reminds her of all she has lost.
The Fates brought them together. But when her time runs out, Apollo will call on them to follow her, even in death.
The room was completely shattered, as shattered as her heart and soul. Shards of glass lined the floor, their jagged edges gleaming in the bright light of the room. Each shard felt like a piece of her covering the hardwood floor.
This had once been her sanctuary, a place where she’d found joy and laughter. Now it was a testament to her pain and broken dreams. She had nothing left. Everything that ever mattered to her had been taken away in a matter of seconds with a few casually spoken words.
She laughed bitterly to herself. He’d spoken those words so many times they’d lost all meaning to him. He could say them so easily and feign remorse. But for her, one little sentence changed everything. In the space of seconds, her life had gone from charmed to disaster. “You have cancer.”
About the Author:
I’m a dreamer and a lover of words. Books have been my passion since I listened to my mother reading to me as a child. The love she instilled in me has culminated in my desire to write the kind of stories I have always loved to read. I believe books are the single most important invention mankind has ever created. I started writing when I was only fifteen for my own enjoyment. I still write for my own pleasure, but now I get to share that love with my readers.
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