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The Cushion Tour and Giveaway!

Cushion
by Tamela Miles
Genre: Paranormal Romance

 

Natalie Kliebert finally has the perfect life she spent years dreaming of. She’s on the fast track to her fantasy-come-true career as a therapist. If she can help pop star Billy Chambers, it will be her greatest achievement and even sweeter than earning an “A” grade.

The last thing Billy Chambers wants is anyone’s help, especially when he doesn’t see a single thing wrong with his life. When bossy Natalie becomes his court-appointed personal therapist, sparks fly from day one. Annoyance was never so arousing. Hooking up should be easy, but an undercurrent of evil is coming for Natalie, which may force her to reveal her deepest secret.

The problems of their pasts are no match for today’s demons. Natalie and Billy must come together and be the allies they were meant to be in a supernatural fight that may cost them their lives.

 

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The flickering candles were hypnotic, and Natalie could feel herself drifting off. She struggled to keep her eyes open as her head bowed. She had opened her patio door earlier to let in the warm breeze, and the chimes on the hook outside clinked a little tune. As she moved gradually toward sleep, she heard faint screaming. Her eyelids were so heavy, and she surrendered to the darkness.

Natalie opened her eyes and looked around. She immediately recognized the dark wood table with a multitude of lit candles and realized that she was standing alone in the Hall of Lost Souls. She could hear soft murmurs and hushed whispers in the background, as she called out to anybody. No one answered, and the deafening silence was anything but peaceful. She nervously rubbed her arms. What was she doing back here?

A gust of wind blew flung the doors open and put out all the candles, except one. The murmurs began again as a shadow appeared in the doorway. She shivered in terror as it moved slowly down the aisle toward her. A pale, clawed hand extended from the sleeve of the black robe, tapping each pew. The figure stopped a few feet from her and raised its head, white orbs glowing malevolently in the darkness. Natalie’s heart thumped, and she screamed.

 

If you were offered a second chance at life…. How would you decide to live it?

Natalie Kliebert finally had it all…the perfect life. But her life was cut short by a fatale accident. Natalie had one more thing to complete before she leaves this plain of existence……!!!!

Cushion is a thrilling novel by Tamela Miles, which takes us into the world of the paranormal, by the way of reincarnation, and ends with redemption. The characters are very well drawn, and the plot was semi fast paced. What I didn’t like about the book was the introduction (the first few chapters). For the life of me, I couldn’t wrap my head around the beginning. I believe in the paranormal, and I do believe in life after death. However, the first several chapters I could have done without. Nevertheless, Cushion was an okay read…just not one I can see myself reading multiple times.


 

Tamela Miles is a California State University San Bernardino graduate student with a Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development and a former flight attendant. She grew up in Altadena, California in that tumultuous time known as the 1980s. She now resides with her family in the Inland Empire, CA. She’s a horror/paranormal romance writer mainly because it feels so good having her characters do bad things and, later, pondering what makes them so bad and why they can never seem to change their wicked ways.

She enjoys emails from people who like her work. In fact, she loves emails. She can be contacted at tamelamiles@yahoo.com or her Facebook page, Tamela Miles Books. She also welcomes reader reviews and enjoys the feedback from people who love to read as much as she does.

 

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