Friday, October 15, 2010

Ghosts: Orchid

G H O S T S

We have here a flower with a ghostly name that caught my eye while preparing for October Trix-n-Treaz...


Ghost Orchid:
a mystery of love, lies & redemption
by D.K. Christi


Description from the amazon:
A mysterious orchid is central to a story of love, lies, and redemption.

Once more before I die...the haunting mantra of a lonely woman. A woman grieving more than one loss. On her regular walks amongst the splendor of the Audubon Society sanctuary, situated at the edge of the Florida Everglades, the sights and sounds of nature filled the void in Mel's soul.

She found peace here. No tears for what might have been. Only joy for having experienced the ecstasy of a great love. Her secrets stayed buried. In another part of the world an exquisitely beautiful young woman also found peace by immersing herself in nature, capturing its beauty on film for National Geographic. Educated in Europe's finest boarding schools, Neev became a model at fourteen, but after four years of posing and false smiles she knew she wanted more out of life. She quit modeling to study Philosophy at Oxford University.

Neev's love of photography brought her to the other side of the camera lens, and to exotic locations around the globe. Working on assignment with famous photographer Roger Andrew, she often trekked deep into the jungle in search of rare flowers. Having a young, beautiful woman as a partner seemed like a good omen, and Roger thought their travels together could lead to a unique discovery.

In spite of the age difference, their shared passion soon blossomed into a loving relationship. He wondered why someone so young would crave this nomadic, isolated lifestyle.

Although Neev did share bits of information about her family, she always kept parts of her past a secret. When a Ghost Orchid began to bloom at the Audubon Society sanctuary, Roger knew this was the opportunity he'd been waiting for. Neev was reluctant to visit Florida, for personal reasons, but he convinced her to accompany him on the trip. After a series of odd coincidences, they soon discovered this sensuous flower wasn't just rare and beautiful, it also had a strange, mystical power...

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* image source Carnivorous Bouquet Fairy from the Strangeling

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5 comments:

  1. Age is a state of mind.

    Sounds like a beautiful story.

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  2. Oh that sounds like an epic love story!!!
    And it's on BD for under 10 euros! Score! :P

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  3. The ghost orchid sounds interesting to me. My parents raised orchids when I was growing up.

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  4. Orchids seem pretty ghostly. Maybe that's why I dislike them! ;)

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  5. It sounds really beautiful! I have to add this to my wishlist!

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