What if you don't understand?
What if, by ignoring the message, your life is never the same again?
Multiple unseen messages.
And desire turns to danger.
Title: Unseen Messages
Authors: Pepper Winters
Release Date: March 30, 2016
Note from Author: The following novel is a blend of truth and fable. The messages truly happened; the outcome & subsequent fate did not. This story was inspired by my flight home in 2015. Each thing that happened, happened to me. Each issue and fear was my own experience, right down to the clothes Estelle wears, to what she shoves in her pocket. That’s complete truth. What happened afterward... I’ll let the characters tell you their tale.
Unseen Messages is an epic tale of love, loss and survival. Everything happens for a reason. The writing may be "on the wall" but sometimes we don't see or hear those messages. I’m going to spell out my message to you - READ THIS BOOK. A message in a bottle, a note written on a sandy beach or even a video on a cell phone all can tell a story. Estelle and Galloway's story is screaming to be heard and seen!
This book is very different than Pepper’s other books, but equally as memorable. While this was a sensual journey of heart and soul, it wasn’t all about sex on the beach. Don’t get me wrong. There was plenty of hot weather and hot times on the beach in Fiji. Galloway and Estelle’s pent up sexual chemistry, and the essence of their budding relationship was as combustible as plane fuselage burning up in a dark sky. Pepper’s writing is nothing short of brilliant.
I was captivated from the first to the last page for so many reasons. Like, Pepper and the characters in this book, I identified with all of the intense, raw and emotions that course through your system when you think you are going to die on a flight. It’s happened to me, and it’s an experience I will never forget. The pilot announced on my flight that we lost an engine, were leaking oil, and we were coming down hard and fast and had to prepare for a crash landing. Like Estelle (and Pepper), I lined my pants pockets with a few things I felt I needed to survive (if I survived). What did I take with me? A few Valium (I had a script to combat my existing fear of flying), my drivers license and my American Express card. We were made to leave our carry-on bags and take off our shoes so we wouldn’t crush the skulls of others if we were lucky to use the inflatable door slides to deplane. To this day, I always look out for those “unseen messages” and won’t get on a flight if I feel it’s not meant to be. What is meant to be is that you need to one-click this book by Pepper.
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