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Monday, 14 July 2014

The Lost Flower by Geraldine Solon

Cover_The Lost Flower
 After third grade teacher, Lacy Stone undergoes a kidney transplant she develops vivid dreams of a toddler running away from a blazing fire. Lacy soon embarks in a journey to Boracay island, Philippines to find answers. On the island, Lacy meets Sampaguita Navarro, one of the last few Aetas of her tribe. As a manghihilot, Sam hopes to open her own holistic spa on the island, but as she acquires tragic visions, she discovers that her gift of touch comes with a price. Searching for clues, Lacy crosses paths and falls in love with investor, Adam Shaw not realizing that he's the prime target of waitress, Frankie Lloyd who has acquired a new identity to seek revenge and claim her redemption. When Lacy and Sam provide a threat to Frankie’s plans, trouble looms paradise which leaves Lacy with a choice between saving the man she loves or the child from her dream.

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Chapter One
Smoke filled the air as Lacy Stone raced through the crowd of bystanders standing outside a burning resort surrounded by tall coconut trees. Flames bellowed all over the place as three men eradicated the fire. A short dark man carried a white man splattered with blood all over his face and clothes as the man laid him on a stretcher.
“My wife?” He called out with his raspy voice. “Where is she?”
“We’re still searching for her.”
The bystanders mumbled in their native tongue.
The man positioned the oxygen mask on his face. “We have to rush you to the clinic.”
A wailing sound echoed as people pushed their way to the resort. Lacy spotted a toddler with curly hair carrying a bouquet of white flowers scurrying towards the island. Without hesitation, Lacy scampered after her. “Wait.”
A strong wave splashed through the child and carried her deep into the ocean.
Lacy dove into the water hoping to save her. Air escaped her lungs, then everything went black.
Feeling a nudge on her shoulder, a familiar voice said, “Lacy, are you all right? Looks like you had a bad dream.”
 Lacy pushed the comforter down, gasping for breath as she caught a glimpse of the ceiling fan in her bedroom.
AUTHOR Bio and Links:
 Geraldine Solon is the award-winning, best-selling author of three novels—Love Letters, Chocolicious and The Assignment and a marketing guidebook, Authorpreneur in Pajamas. Two of her books have been adapted into film. Geraldine is the Managing Editor of food/fashion/lifestyle magazine, Gastronomique en Vogue She is also the Vice President of the Fremont Area Writers club and the Screenwriter/Executive producer of her upcoming movie, Love Letters. Geraldine has studied creative writing and screenwriting courses at Stanford University. She is currently working on two novels and a screenplay. You can learn more about

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Review: The Lost Flower is a wonderful story, beautifully written with engaging characters. As soon as I started reading the story, I couldn't put it down - the plot follows Lucy as she embarks on a life changing adventure, and with each page I found myself becoming increasingly sucked into the storyline, gripped by the romance and mystery it entailed. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves and unusual plot which will leave you reeling for days after you have finished reading.

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