Solstice Publishing


Genre:  A Paranormal Romance


9th June 2016


Heyer can hear voices of dead people. They whisper of their deaths, seek
comfort for those left behind, and occasionally even warn her about future
events. But when Barbara’s brother, Colin, is accused of murder, it will take
more than her gift to prove his innocence.


smitten with the handsome investigator, Detective Patrick Fischer, is a serious
complication given his assignment to her brother’s case. Barbara senses there
is something far deeper—and perhaps much older—than the surface attraction
between them. Could that be why she’s visited by a mysterious woman named Emma
in her dreams? Could past life regression tie all the seemingly unconnected
events together?


and Patrick must overcome heartache to find the truth to save Colin, and
perhaps themselves.







resides in Romania, the native country of
the infamous vampire Count Dracula, but where, for about 50 years of communist
dictatorship, just speaking about God, faith, reincarnation or paranormal
phenomena could have led someone to great trouble – the psychiatric hospital if
not to prison. 


Teacher of English and German in her
native country and mother of two daughters, Carmen Stefanescu survived the grim
years of oppression, by escaping in a parallel world that of the books.


She has dreamed all her life to become a
writer, but many of the things she wrote during those years remained just
drawer projects. The fall of the Ceausescu’s regime in 1989 and the opening of
the country to the world meant a new beginning for her. She started publishing.
Several of her poems were successfully published in a collection of
Contemporary English Poems, Muse Whispers vol.1 and Muse Whispers vol.2 by
Midnight Edition Publication, in 2001 and 2002.


first novel, Shadows of the Past, was released in 2012 by Wild Child
Publishing, USA.


                   Carmen joined the volunteer
staff at Marketing For Romance Writers Author blog and is the coordinator of
#Thursday13 posts.



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