Saturday, June 6, 2015
ARCHANGEL ZACH by LISA HUGHEY --> BLOG TOUR
Zach wanted to translocate out of this house, but something about the husky voice of Anna’s daughter held him rooted to the floor.
“What’s that?” The daughter rushed into the dark, wood-paneled living room and stopped cold, staring at Zach as if she’d seen a ghost.
She was in her late twenties. Caramel skin, wide-set violet eyes tilted coquettishly, and high elegant cheekbones accented her stunning face. A cap of tight dark brown curls hugged her skull.
His heart thundered in his chest. His vision grew dim and he couldn’t breathe. As soon as he’d seen her, more than her voice held him rooted to the floor. Shock froze him into place. She wasn’t just a phantom. She was his biggest mistake and his deepest regret in one thousand years of living. She looked nothing like the woman from centuries ago, but he’d recognize her soul even if he’d gone deaf, dumb, and blind.
Zach hadn’t thought he’d see her ever again. The love of his life. The woman he’d killed.