Friday, February 10, 2012

Tour: Relic by Deena Remiel (Guest Post)

Today I am very happy to welcome author Deena Remiel to Reading Between the Wines, celebrating her release of Relic

Excuse me, but have we met in a past life?

Garcon, I’ll have a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, please. Thank you. 

Hello, everyone! So glad you were able to meet me here today. Please, join me in a glass of wine while we chat.  I am super stoked and about to burst about my upcoming release of RELIC, second book of my Brethren Series! Now, a huge part of RELIC is the idea that we have past lives. So I had my work cut out for me when it came to research. Researching the paranormal realm can be tricky. There are many charlatans out there, but if you know what you’re doing, there are many wonderful people who can teach us about our former selves.

So what is past life regression? It is a journey, through meditation or hypnosis, to the distant past that enables us to find the root cause of issues we have in our lives today, be they emotional or physical. I’ve read an account where a woman who suffered migraines, when put through a past life regression, found out she was attacked and assaulted in the head while living in her village. Her therapist was able to help her, through hypnosis, create a different scene with a different outcome in order to help her heal her migraines today. So by using techniques to reach into our distant pasts, we can alter root causes of what’s ailing us now. We can also learn why we have preferences for certain things and aversions to others, and where our fears come from. We can explore our past lives on our own, or go to a therapist who specializes in past life regression.

RELIC takes past life regression and kicks it up a few notches. Raphael, Brethren Savior, has no idea that a millennia ago he was married to a Celtic goddess. Her soul winds up trapped in a relic and then transferred into the body of Serena Sikes. Their paths cross and their lives are forever changed as the goddess’s soul uses remembrances from the past to try to reconnect with Raphael.

Pick up your copy of RELIC starting January 27th at and wherever eBooks are sold. And now, a little something to whet your appetite! Enjoy!

Raphael, a Brethren Savior, an angel with a forgotten past, has lost his power to heal and is on a self-imposed guilt trip to get it back. If he can’t, his tour of eternal duty as Brethren Savior will be revoked. On his journey, he winds up enmeshed in a web of attempted murder and resurrection all thanks to a woman he’s only seen in a photograph and by chance on an Arizona desert hiking trail.
                                                                         Serena Sikes is a wanted woman. Desired by “undesirables” for a gift her brother gave her- a stolen relic with suspected healing powers. Hunted down in the Arizona desert and left for dead, she is found by none other than the angel who cannot heal.
                                                                                                              Raphael and Serena are inexorably bound together, for locked deep within the relic’s heart had lived the soul of his long lost wife. Now, it resides inside Serena. Evil lurks around every corner as Raphael tries to keep both Serena and his dead wife’s soul alive and lustful temptation at bay.
                                                                                                                          Three souls bound together by an ancient relic, bound by a timeless gift, and bound by a love that is eternal.

Join me all month long as I take RELIC on tour! For the tour schedule, go to my website,, and click on WHERE TO FIND ME.



  2. Hi, Deena.

    I enjoyed your post; it was quite an interesting and entertaining read.

    I can't wait to read Relic; Trinity was great.

    Tracey D
    booklover0226 at gmail dot com

  3. Thanks Tracey! Great to see you here! :D


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