Welcome Melissa Keir!

Posted Jul 7 2015, 12:01 am

Please welcome the lovely and talented Melissa Keir, who’s celebrating her newest release, Crash and Burn, a novella that’s part of the Crashing into Love book bundle.

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Seven planes lift off…seven planes crash…seven stories of struggle, passion and love in the barren Canadian Wilderness, the coast of England, or the steamy heat of a tropical island. Romance hangs in the balance between survival and death.

Blurb for Crash and Burn:

Can Rob and Keira’s second honeymoon lead to romance, or will it crash and burn? 

On the verge of a divorce, Rob and Keira Matthews book a second honeymoon at the urging of their counselor. Unable to conceive, they’ve pushed each other away in an effort to protect their hearts. Will a romantic holiday be the ticket to love or a plane crash in disaster?

Excerpt:

Crashing waves.

A wet tongue on her cheek.

Damp and lying on a hard ground, Keira rolled to her side and coughed up water. Unable to catch her breath, she pushed herself up on her hands and knees. Choking, coughing, fluid flowed from her lungs.

Somewhere nearby, the dog barked.

“Oh, my God. Rob!” She crawled to her husband’s prone body at the edge of the water. She flipped him to his back then laid her head on his chest. No heartbeat.

“Honey. Wake up.” She pounded on his chest. Tears flowed down her face. “I won’t give you up. We’ve had too much history. Fight, baby. Come back to me.” She straddled his body and began chest compressions. “One, and two, and three.” She parted his lips then blew into his mouth. She returned to pushing on his chest. “One, and two, and three. Come on, dammit. Fight!”

Time ceased as she continued the compressions. Frightened, she shuddered then threw her body down over his chest. Sobs decimated her frame.

“Please, God. Don’t take him from me.” Pleading, bargaining, beseeching.

Water flowed out of his mouth as coughs rocked him. He gagged.

“Rob!” She pushed him onto his side and thumped on his back as he expelled more water. “Thank God. Just cough it out.”

“Please don’t cry.” His words croaked out as he rolled onto his back. His gaze met hers. He reached toward her face, but his arm fell back to the sand.

“We need to get you out of the water. I can’t do it on my own.” She stood and grabbed under his arms. Pulling him, she quickly tired. “You have to help. Use your legs and push.”

This time, he moved out of the water. Gris lay down next to Rob and licked his hand.

“I’m going to look around.” As she straightened, her legs buckled, and she collapsed on the sand. “I think I’ll just lie here for a bit.” She curled in next to her husband and let sleep overtake her.

 Buy Links:

Amazon US: http://www.amazon.com/Crashing-into-Love-Daryl-Devore-ebook/dp/B00ZSXMZ02/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1434581355&sr=1-2&keywords=crashing+into+Love+Keir

Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00ZSXMZ02?*Version*=1&*entries*=0

Createspace: https://www.createspace.com/5561133

About Melissa:

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For my wedding in Vegas, my books and computer came with me but there wasn’t enough room for my wedding shoes. It’s all about priorities! As an avid reader, I was probably born with a book in hand. Luckily my mom was also an avid reader, so it was easy to “borrow” her books when my books were finished.

I was reading from an early age about dashing men on horseback riding to the rescue of strong willed and capable women who didn’t really need rescuing. I came to expect that women in fairy tales should have fought their own battles. When I was older, I found Margaret Atwood and realized that women could re-tell history in their own way and I experimented with changing those basic fairy tales.

Fortunately for me, my husband allows me the opportunity to be myself (spend my salary on books) and still takes care of the really important things for me like killing spiders and opening jars. As an elementary teacher, teaching children about the many worlds inside of books is a gift that I’m lucky enough to do for a living. Teaching the next generation to love reading is a lot of fun! Reading the right book can make a new world come alive!

Currently living in the suburbs of Ann Arbor, Michigan with my darling husband, way-too-grown-up children and spoiled dogs, I enjoy getting away through a book to escape the harsh winters or summer road construction.

Stalker Links:

www.melissakeir.com

http://www.facebook.com/melissakeir

www.twitter/melissa_keir

 

CRASHING INTO LOVE also includes…

Brace for Impact by Daryl Devoré.

What could be simpler than a routine plane trip from Toronto, Canada to Caracas, Venezuela for rookie flight attendant, Lori, and sexy R.C.M.P. officer, Guy Lapierre? But Fate had other intentions.

Crashing into You by Lisa Kumar

When Ashlee Trent meets handsome businessman Kaiden West on a plane to Australia, he eases her fears even as he sets her heart ablaze. But after their plane crashes into the ocean and they wash ashore, will the secrets surrounding him send their budding relationship into a nosedive? 

Crashing Through Time by Jenna Jaxon

The most dangerous thing about time travel is knowledge of the past: does she save him and change history, or let the tragic events play out and lose the love of her life? More than hearts can be broken when you crash through time. 

Love Comes Crashing In by Brenda Dyer

Best friends find love in each other’s arms, but can that love survive reality?

Falling Hard by D’Ann Lindun

He craves solitude to forget what a woman did to him. She needs one last chance before her career ends. Can a plane crash in the Canadian Rockies show them what really matters?

A Splash of Romance by Deb Julienne

Who knew a plane crash would lead to romance? Hannah Parks is a trauma nurse on her way to a symposium at the Sister Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. She just started her bucket list and a plane crash definitely isn’t on it.  Oliver Lawson’s divorce is final and he’s looking to start over. A tropical island, a gorgeous woman. Romance is one thing, getting there as a result of a crash landing…who knew? 

21 Comments

Comments

21 responses to “Welcome Melissa Keir!”

  1. lbailey says:

    Thanks so much for being here, Melissa! Best of luck with your book bundle…looks like an awesome collection! 😉

  2. Vampwriter says:

    Survival snippet at it’s finest…best wishes for the novella!

  3. Melissa Keir says:

    Thank you Lynda for having me over. I’m currently camping in the rain. Thank goodness for my trailer or I’d be seriously considering a few creative ways to get back at hubby! Stuck on a deserted island is perfect to bring a couple together or throw them in divorce court!

  4. J.M. Maurer says:

    I am loving this bundle. Awesome job, Melissa Keir. Enjoy the rest of your days camping. 🙂

    • Melissa Keir says:

      Thank you JM. It certainly gives me some food for future stories… I won’t even go into the freeze dried frogs!

  5. Daryl Devore says:

    Great excerpt. Fabulous box set.

  6. Vicki Batman says:

    Hi, Melissa! What a powerful excerpt. You know I think you and your writing is wonderful. Keep it up! Many hugs

  7. Stanalei says:

    Best of luck with the bundle, Melissa!

  8. Jenna Jaxon says:

    Wonderful excerpt! Awesome set!

  9. Paty Jager says:

    Melissa, Great excerpt. Sounds like a great deal on some fun reads. I like the theme of the box set. Good luck!

    • Melissa Keir says:

      Thank you Paty. There’s something to love for everyone in this set, from Time Travel to Paranormal Romance, to cowboys and second chances at love!

  10. Sounds like a great bundle. And I loved the excerpt. Good luck with it.

  11. Judy Baker says:

    Melissa, I enjoyed your excerpt – best of luck on your bundle. I hope you didn’t have to go barefooted when you got married in LV!

  12. Mary says:

    Melissa,
    Sounds like a great story! I was going to say the same as Judy about barefoot in your wedding dress.

    Good luck!
    Mary

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