Blog Tour: Samsara by Jo-Ann Joseph


Title: Samsara 
Author: Jo-Anne Joseph 
Genre: Contemporary romance with paranormal themes





Luna
Tortured for years by recurring nightmares of a drowning woman and the man she’d left behind, 

the sense that she knew these strangers plagued her.

Now a freshman in college, she wanted nothing more than a normal life,

one that could start if she could only deny the gift the women in her family possessed.

Clay was not part of her plans, but he entered her life by storm . 

How would she reveal her secret without losing him ?

She was his before she was her own.

Clay

He lost his heart a long time ago.

The last thing he was looking for was love, much less with Luna, who was young enough to be his daughter. 

But he craved her like a drug.

When she reveals the impossible, can he bring himself to walk away?

When every part of him knows she is his?

***

What if your life was suddenly not your own?

What does “forever” really mean?








Jo-Anne Joseph is a South African Author who writes fiction contemporary romance, psychological romance and romantic suspense. She has a flair for creating stories that are sweet and sassy, others riveting and suspenseful . Along with a passion for writing, she is an avid reader and enjoys painting and coloring. She also has a deep love for poetry and prose. Her lifelong love affair with words started at a young age and resulted in her debut novel Infinity published in September 2017. She has since published five other titles along with a poetry anthology, as well as contributed to two anthologies.
Her books are available on Amazon.com, Ibooks, Kobo, Barnes and Noble in ebook and paperback format. She has worked with an international publishing company on one of her anthologies. Bridge Books in Johannesburg and Maboneng carry her titles.
Jo-Anne is a business professional by day, she works in the field of corporate governance, and an Author by night. She also writes on a volunteer basis for on-line publications Still Standing Magazine and the website Glow in the Woods. Her articles have been republished in several newsletters.
She is eager to encourage the culture of reading in South Africa and show regular working woman and parents that it’s not impossible to follow the creative aspect of their dreams and goals. If you love something enough, you’ll make the time for it. 




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