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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Guest Blog: Berengaria Brown



Emeralds to protect you.

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My birthstone is an amethyst. Amethysts are pale and pretty, but I’ve always preferred more vibrant colors. Sapphires, rubies, and emeralds. Especially emeralds. There’s no prize for guessing my favorite color is green.
A little while ago I wrote a series of three books, the Gemstone Romances. Each romance story featured a different gemstone which was pivotal to the romance. In the first book, “Courage and Comfort” the two heroes had to find an aquamarine to bring courage and comfort to Edmund’s tragically widowed sister, Mavis.
But in “Protecting You” the heroine, AJ, finds three stones right near the start of the book. The problem is, she’s hopelessly in love with a man already in a relationship with someone else, and she would never break up a relationship. AJ has the three stones she’s found, but can’t figure out the meaning of them.
One of the stones is an emerald. For hundreds of years emeralds have been considered to bring health and protection to those who have them. Because of their innate healing abilities, emeralds can protect the wearer from poisons, physical danger, and mental distress. By increasing a person’s innate psychic abilities, the emerald enhances their decision making powers and increases their energy. AJ is psychic. She’s the one who knew finding the aquamarine in the first book would help Mavis. But she doesn’t understand the meaning of the emerald, the onyx, and the piece of amber which she has found herself.
The emerald AJ has found is at the heart of what her future will be. Only a stone as powerful as an emerald could be tough enough to deal with a strong woman like AJ.

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“Protecting You” by Berengaria Brown:

AJ has psychic abilities and knows Drew is her soul mate. But bisexual Drew flits from partner to partner. At the moment he’s with Kristien, and Kristien is very much in love with Drew. AJ can’t bear the thought that the only way for her to achieve happiness is to break Kristien’s heart.
She invites them both to join her and her friends at the beach for a few days, hoping to get closer to Drew. A rocky wall calls to her, and when she climbs up, she explores a cave and is led to three stones—an onyx, an emerald, and amber.
What do they mean?


Berengaria is an award-winning, best-selling, multi-published author of erotic romance with over one hundred published digital, print and audio books.  She writes contemporary, paranormal (magic, ghosts, vampires, fairies, dragons, and werewolves), futuristic, medieval, and Regency-set historical. She loves to read all different kinds of romance so that is what she writes: MMF, MFM, FMMM, FFM, MM, FF, and MF. Whatever the characters need for their very hot happily-ever-after, Berengaria makes sure they get it.


8 comments:

Berengaria Brown said...

Thank you for hosting me today.
Berengaria

Cara Marsi said...

Berengaria, I love the idea of your gemstone books. They sound great!

Polly McCrillis said...

Love the Emeralds cover, Berengaria!
Best of luck with sales and happy writing!

Berengaria Brown said...

Thank you, Cara, and Polly.
Berengaria

jean hart stewart said...

Loved your blog, but gotta disagree about the amethyst. They can be a very deep purple and beautiful stone. Reconsider, please....

Berengaria Brown said...

Hi, Jean. I'll look for some dark purple ones before my next birthday!
Berengaria

Melissa Keir said...

What a great post! The Emerald is my daughter's birthstone and my son is the Ruby. Both are strong children who need strong protections!

Berengaria Brown said...

Wow, that's awesome, Melissa.
Berengaria

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