From the Planet Rayleon, Laciara cannot stop monitoring Earth’s demise. Her affinity for musician’s causes her to seek a way to save Earth from destruction. Her Twin Flame soul mate, Ansgar, is none too pleased with her involvement.
Meanwhile, back on Earth, Addie tries to find her place in Maine after her parent’s die. Life ain’t easy, especially when her crush on Ethan, a musician, causes turmoil.
Laciara, playing galactic matchmaker, unleashes her magic on the couple, but things don’t turn out quite as she planned.
A surprising turn of events draw Addie to her true Twin Flame soul mate, which proves love cannot be controlled. It is in the hands of the Universe.
Can Twin Flame power balance Earth’s vibrations, and make things right? More important, is Addie willing to leave everything and everyone on Earth behind to find out?
Targeted Age Group:: 16+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
After connecting with my own Twin Flame (and expecting it to go much differently than it did), I realized that you cannot control everything in life. Our union was not the romantic fireworks my romantic author brain had envisioned. Instead, our union was an explosion. Yes, much good did come from that partnership, but much chaos occurred as well. The explosion caused physical separation. Years later, once the aftermath of that explosion was cleaned up, and we did not have any contact with each other, I realized that we were not meant to be a romantic couple. We were meant to combine artistic forces to create. We were meant to bring artistic harmony to this chaotic planet.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The characters in Twin Flame Flare-Up came to me. Once I set the initial stage, they all entered the scene one by one. My job was to follow them and record everything that happened.
The blue energy mass lifted Addie up, up, and up. The ceiling to her tiny home disappeared, becoming milky white vapor. Cold seeped into her very core, making her shiver. She did not freak out, although her mind told her she should. Her gut told her she would be fine. The internal battle continued until quite suddenly, all turmoil ceased. Mainly because her body turned to mist, or energy, or whatever it was.
The blue energy mass exploded into a rainbow, enveloped her completely, and whisked her away to somewhere or nowhere, she was not quite sure. Her former life became a distant memory, as she flew in, out, though, and around what she assumed was the universe.
In simple terms, the universe was like every photograph of the cosmos she had ever seen, only more intense. There was more color than she expected, with flashes of rainbow objects zipping this way and that. Although it was not totally silent, she was a bit unnerved by the lack of noise. The weightlessness made her feel at home, which surprised her. She had always considered herself a grounded person.
As the mist took her deeper and deeper into the universe and crossed through countless dimensions (via means she could not name), she passed endless planets. At times, a particular planet vibrated in such a way that she followed the oscillation, breaking through their atmosphere in formlessness. Her traveling companion allowed her to explore the planets, keeping her tethered. She circled them at light speed. Yet he never let her wander off.
Endless other presences passed them in deep space. Sometime their energy bodies blended in greeting. Whenever that happened, her traveling companion tightened around her.
They went deeper and deeper, her companion’s mass never leaving her, until quite suddenly there was a loud pop as they entered a black hole, or worm hole, or whatever it was. Slowly, her shape began to take form again.
She stood still to let the dizziness pass, and then investigated the face of her traveling companion. She thought Ansgar was handsome, but the man before her, who appeared to be a few years older than her—was stunning. He wore the same leather clothing as Ansgar, and there was a resemblance in the facial features, but the eyes were all Laciara. His brow furrowed as he stared at her, silver eyes penetrating. Drowsiness settled over her. She gave a yawn before gawking at their surroundings. They stood atop a mountain. Large animals moved in the grassy plains below. The sky, aside from puffy white clouds, was uninterrupted in every direction. A river wound its way out of view. She took a deep breath. The obscure word that came to mind was ‘heady’.
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