Monthly Archives: April 2015
I’m sharing some tips on Romancing Your Readers Like a Romantic Comedy in celebration of Her Hometown Reporter releasing May 1st.
So, jump on over to Seekerville with this link http://www.seekerville.blogspot.com/2015/04/romancing-your-readers-like-romantic.html and share with us your favorite romantic comedy or your favorite couple from either a book or rom-com. My “to be watched” list is growing and growing.
I can’t wait to see what your favorites are.
And here’s a little teaser from the inside cover of Gina and Toby’s story.
He’d shaken her trust in him.
Gina wasn’t willing to tread a path that could collapse beneath her feet. And believing Toby’s story was too big a hazard. He’d made her care about him. She wouldn’t give him the power to break her, too.
“It’s a nice story. Almost as touching as the one you wrote about the senator and the prayer journal. But I can’t afford to believe you. Trust isn’t part of a five-year plan. It’s a commitment, a loyalty that lasts forever. And I’m a forever kind of girl. You’re a short-term kind of guy. It was fun fighting with you, but then, it was all just a game to you wasn’t it? Congratulations, you win.” She kept her eyes open against the cold sting of tears, knowing that if she blinked they’d escape, and then he’d know how much he’d almost won.
He reached out and cupped her cheek. “If I’ve won, then why does it feel like I’m losing my best friend?”