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Wednesday, January 9, 2013


Come enjoy some pictures to ward off the winter blues and read a few fun snippets from the first in this series series:

From Now and Forever 1, a Love Story

Callie awoke at four
a.m. Kyle was scheduled to leave at eight. She put her shyness aside and turned to him, waking him with a passionate kiss, making it clear she wanted one last chance to make love. Kyle rubbed sleep out of his eyes, turned to her and raised his eyebrows."Now?" He asked her. She nodded, running her hand down from his strong chest, her eyes gazing at his body.

Mac got closer to the window. He couldn‘t see her perfectly, but enough to know she wasn‘t familiar. The other students rushing around were in groups, or at least pairs. This young woman was alone. He watched her as she walked toward the administration building, his gaze drawn to the graceful motion of her body, the gentle sway of her hips.
 "Thought you‘d be hungry," Callie said, putting the last of the silver on the kitchen table.
"It‘s only set for one?" Mac questioned. 

"After a long day you probably want to be alone."
"I can‘t let you walk out on such a great meal. Won‘t you join me?" he asked holding out a chair for her at the kitchen table. Callie smiled then blushed, the soft pink making her face even more beautiful.

 Mac pulled her to him for another kiss then reached down for her breast. She moaned at his touch. He unfastened her buttons, opened her blouse and looked at her. Her breasts were perfect,exactly as he imagined.
A bit about the book:

Can Callie Richards turn her life of tragedy and heartache around on the campus of Kensington State University? Braving the school on her own, Callie meets the handsome dean, Mac Caldwell. As she and Mac draw closer and she makes new friends, a deadly campus drug ring sets their sights on her with heart-breaking results.  An emotional story, this is not a cookie-cutter romance. You’ll laugh and cry as Callie struggles to make a new life, find love and her satisfying, happy ending.


Jeanine said...

Nice pics and snippet. Jeanine

Flossie Benton Rogers said...

Jean, I love the excerpt and you chose the perfect accompanying pics.