Logan Richards is doubly blessed. Not only is he a genius but he has a rare gift, he remembers things and not just from this life but all his lifetimes. He lives a life of wealth and luxury and has never lacked any material possession. There has never been an obstacle his intellect couldn’t overcome. But Logan has a problem: every night he dreams of the same woman, a woman he has dreamt of all his life. He knows she is real and he is determined to find her and convince her she belongs with him, forever.
Amber Lewis, a waitress for a five-star restaurant in Dana Point, California, is overworked and stressed. Her sister’s death has left her weary and wondering if there’s something more to life than mere existence. Then, one evening while working she meets Logan Richards, a chivalrous man who feels deeply familiar.
Fate has brought them together, but will their growing love prove strong enough to resist the forces that could pull them apart?
Targeted Age Group:
14+ and up
Across Eternity makes the reader think and question certain aspect about life, love, and ourselves. And most importantly what do you believe in? This makes it slighly different than a average romance.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
My advice is to never give up. And write about what you love. Oh, and develop a very thick skin because you’re going to need it. Everything will be judged and nitpicked—your writing, your plot, your characters, your query, your book cover…get used to it. Some of the criticism will be worthy and some of it not. You’ll know what to take in and what to just let roll off. Trust your instincts!
Aris Whittier broke into the romance genre when her debut novel, Fatal Embrace, cracked the pages of Cosmopolitan Magazine, featured as a “Red-Hot” Read. She hasn’t stopped writing since. Secrets, is her latest romantic suspense. Visit Aris Whittier at: http://www.facebook.com/ArisWhittier
Believe it or not Across Eternity was inspired by a dream! I dreamt the entire book one night and when I work—at about 3 in the morning—I went to me office and immediately began writing—I didn’t want to forget it!