Teaser Tuesday

Hey guys! Here’s another tiiiiiiny peek at “Definitely, Maybe in Love” (coming in October. Goodreads it HERE).
Let’s talk first impressions…


Our dark-haired neighbor faced us, sunglasses hanging from the collar of his shirt. He made a deliberate one-eighty turn, stared toward his front door and planted his hands on his hips. His butt—I mean his back—was to us.

Oh, my.

Teaser Tuesday

Hey guys! Here’s another tiiiiiiny peek at “Definitely, Maybe in Love” (coming in October. Goodreads it HERE).
Let’s talk first impressions…


Our dark-haired neighbor faced us, sunglasses hanging from the collar of his shirt. He made a deliberate one-eighty turn, stared toward his front door and planted his hands on his hips. His butt—I mean his back—was to us.

Oh, my.

Teaser Tuesday

Today, I’m kicking off a new blog series called Teaser Tuesday, giving little sneaky peeks at one of my upcoming releases. This one comes from “Definitely, Maybe in Love,” (releasing so soooooon in October). 

I get to write about these two pretty people: Henry Knightly & Spring Honeycutt.
I hope you enjoy this week’s teaser from DMIL:

When he leaned toward me, my shoulders tensed, causing a few braids to tumble free. Henry Knightly’s gaze shot to my hair.

“Careful,” I said. “I wouldn’t want you too close to my snakes.” I gave him a look. “They bite.”

“I like snakes,” Knightly said matter-of-factly.

“Ha.” I rolled my eyes. “Sure ya do.”
“And I happen to enjoy a good bite.”

 

Teaser Tuesday

Today, I’m kicking off a new blog series called Teaser Tuesday, giving little sneaky peeks at one of my upcoming releases. This one comes from “Definitely, Maybe in Love,” (releasing so soooooon in October). 

I get to write about these two pretty people: Henry Knightly & Spring Honeycutt.
I hope you enjoy this week’s teaser from DMIL:

When he leaned toward me, my shoulders tensed, causing a few braids to tumble free. Henry Knightly’s gaze shot to my hair.

“Careful,” I said. “I wouldn’t want you too close to my snakes.” I gave him a look. “They bite.”

“I like snakes,” Knightly said matter-of-factly.

“Ha.” I rolled my eyes. “Sure ya do.”
“And I happen to enjoy a good bite.”