Broken Pearl by Dawn Brower

The death and destruction of war can destroy even the strongest among us. Will the loss and pain be too much for Rebecca to withstand?

Broken pearl

The death and destruction of war can destroy even the strongest among us. Will the loss and pain be too much for Rebecca to withstand?

The year is 1941 and paradise is a way of life in Hawaii. For Rebecca O'Shea things couldn’t be more perfect. She has her dream career as a naval nurse, and is in love with the man of her dreams—it seems she has it all.
An empathic gift she's had all her life starts to grow, showering her with emotions and premonitions that suggest a great darkness is near. Just when she thinks she cannot take anymore her guardian, Joel, arrives to help her. 
Rebecca's life is thrown into chaos when war hits Hawaii's shore. As the Japanese bomb her home, her gift explodes within her. Loss and pain become her new way of life. She abandons all hope and shuts down her empathic abilities. With bodies littering the hospitals and seas, her calling as a nurse is put to good use, but her heart remains unreachable. Can she find her way out of the blackness and accept her true fate? Or will the prevailing death and destruction of war consume her?

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Historical

Secondary Genre: FICTION / War & Military

Language: English

Keywords: World War II, Empath, Angels, Pearl Harbor, Nurse, Psychic

Word Count: 77000

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Sample text:

“Have you ever seen such a beautiful sight?” Rebecca O'Shea turned to her boyfriend, David Falcon, with a half smile on her face. Battleship row dotted the horizon with the commanding Pacific fleet. Turquoise waves rolled across the water and crashed into foamy white spray as it hit the beach's shallow depths. “Hawaii has to be the best place on Earth.”

They were sprawled out on a red and white checker blanket, enjoying the sunrise. The sand of the beach gleamed against the sun's early morning rays. Rebecca and David were the only two souls currently occupying the secluded coastline. She leaned her head back, closed her eyes, and soaked in the warmth as she dug her toes inside the minuscule grains of sand. They fell over the top of her feet with tiny whispers of sensation as she pulled them back out. Her eyes fluttered open to take in her exquisite surroundings.

“Absolutely beautiful,” David agreed.

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Already translated. Translated by Gabriel Marcos
Already translated. Translated by ANGELICA DE SANCHEZ

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