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Saturday, September 17, 2011

Sweet Saturday Sample of "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights" & Contest!

Leave a comment (with your email addy) and I will draw one name to win a copy of "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights" and "Moonlight and Roses", as well.

He couldn’t remember when he last enjoyed a day spent with
a woman as much as he had today. Painting together, singing,
hanging out over dinner with the guys and then ending it with her
in his arms was perfect. This was his kind of day, not a day most
women would enjoy. But Sunny had, if he judged by her smiles.
He was falling for her, little by little. He couldn’t believe how
much he looked forward to seeing her, how he made up excuses to
stop by. 

Happy memories of his days at The Birches crowded out unpleasant
memories of his life since. There were so many wonderful, hilarious stories about the cabin community…and most of them involved her. He could hardly take his eyes off her when they were
together. She was so lovely, her eyes shining her internal sunlight
and her smile wide…and her body. He wanted so much to touch her, but he didn’t want to push her or rush her into a physical
relationship. It had to be right.

Part of him wanted to end it: romance was often more trouble than it was worth. But maybe not this time. Mike knew he couldn’t stop what he was feeling for Sunny, because it started long ago, when he became the only one who was looking out for her. He wanted to be her protector again and more…her lover. But he could detect reluctance on her part though he knew she wanted him to kiss her by the way she stared at his lips.

They weren’t children anymore, so why was he hesitating? It
went back to the uneasy feeling he didn’t know all he should about
her. Relax, he told himself. Give her time. She isn’t just any woman. She would definitely be worth waiting for.

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A bit about "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights"
When do you declare a bad marriage over? How much moxie does it take to leave? Caroline Davis White, an accomplished artist, flees her home and her marriage to a philandering millionaire. She hides in a cabin in the Catskills where she spent her childhood summers. Emotionally wounded and totally  alone except for her faithful pug, Trixie, Caroline examines her life and moves toward making changes. She didn't count on running into her childhood crush, Mickey, now the devastatingly handsome and sexy Mike. Caroline has to decide...does she need a man in her life or should she go it 
alone? And if with a man, which one?

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Jennifer Lowery (Kamptner) said...

Sounds like a wonderful day! Great sample.

Anonymous said...

To wish upon a star for such a perfect day to never end. Great sweet. :)

Sandy Nachlinger said...

Very nice excerpt. I liked your hint that Sunny has a secret.

Sherry Gloag said...

In anoungs the sweetness is a touch of tension re things to come. Great sample.

Lindsay said...

I've got both books. Read and loved Sunny Days and can't wait to get into Now and Forever

Marsha Ward said...

Very nice introspection! Thanks for the sample.

Patricia Kiyono said...

Nice sample! I love being "inside his head" as he realizes what his feelings are.

Anonymous said...

"He knew she wanted him to kiss her." Simple and perfect.

Anonymous said...

I really like how he's taking it slowly and giving her time to decide what she wants. I like him! Nice sample.