For September, I’m going to pull from my novel, The Lone Wolf, which was released last fall.
After her husband’s infidelities are revealed, Kasey Sanford just wants to rediscover who she is. After an abusive childhood and years as a career soldier, Andrew Adams just wants someone to tell him that he’s doing the right thing with his life. When their paths cross, Kasey and Andrew embark on a tumultuous journey that demonstrates just what they’re willing to do to save the ones they love.
Last week, Kasey and Andrew shared a look across a bookstore. This excerpt is from a week after that first meeting.
While browsing McKay’s history section, walking backwards reading the titles, I bumped into the blue-eyed man, who was engrossed in the military history section.
He scowled at me for a brief moment, but as recognition dawned in his eyes his expression softened.
“I’m so sorry,” I said as heat rushed to my face. “I wasn’t paying attention; I didn’t mean to disturb you.”
“No harm, no foul.” The corners of his lips drew back into a smile, or perhaps a smirk. “You come here a lot, right? I’ve noticed you around.”
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You can get a copy of The Lone Wolf at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords, or the audiobook at Amazon, Audible, or iTunes.
And make sure to get a copy of my latest short story, “Not My Thing,” free at Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, and Amazon.
AH, a library or book store sometimes leads to romance. You paint a scene so well, I could have been there with them browsing..
Here’s the thought of something big. I love his cautious interest.
Nice little encounter, mutual interest…enjoyed the snippet. All kinds of good things can happen in a bookstore LOL.
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