#LASR_Anniv Just Like Gravity by Sorchia DuBois

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Final GravityTake one fortuneteller driven half-mad by nightmares. Add one large, arrogant Scotsman on the run from Glasgow gangsters, a crazy ex-wife, and a brother-in-law who wants him dead. Stir in murder, lost treasure, tarot cards, ghosts, past lives, and karma. Sprinkle repeatedly with generous portions of Laphroaig Scotch whisky and let simmer in the Highlands for 300 years. What you get is Just Like Gravity, a contemporary paranormal romance set in Scotland. Three books in one, Just Like Gravity follows Anna through three lifetimes as she tries to navigate the churning waters of destiny. Can her dreams and tarot cards show her the way or is she doomed to relive the same tragedy over and over and over?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Sorchia Dubois writes paranormal romance and mysteries from her upstairs office overlooking a piney Ozarks woods.

Her books delve into the riddles of life and the occult—Karma, reincarnation, psychic powers, mysticism, ancient cultures, and good old fashioned “ghosties and ghoulies and long-legged beasties and things that go bump in the night.” Separating the real from the imagined and the earthly from the unearthly are the challenges her characters face. But supernatural experiences aren’t the only scary things in her books. People manage to get themselves in the most terrible messes without any supernatural influence at all.

A proud member of the Ross clan, Sorchia incorporates all things Celtic (especially Scottish) into her works. She likes a sip of good Scotch now and again and can often be found at Scottish events. Online, you can find her at SorchiaDuBois.com.

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  1. This book seems to have a wide array of characters and a lot of excitement, sounds like a fantastic story!

  2. Rita Wray says:

    The story sounds very exciting.

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