Find more from this author on:
About the author:
Writing those same stories for other people makes it a lot more acceptable! By day I dress in cargo pants and boots for my not-so-glamorous job of making movies but at night I come home to my two little Princesses, and I get to write Happy Ever Afters. Since I believe every girl is a princess, and every princess deserves a happy ending, what could be more perfect?
What inspired you to write your book?
Dominic Kelly appeared as a minor character in my previous book ‘To Catch a Star’ and even though he was only the side-kick he stole every scene he was in. I fell in love with him and just had to write his story. And even though his story is now written and out there for all to read, I’m still in love with him.
Here is a short sample from the book:
He tasted of whiskey, dangerous and foreign, and oh-so wick- edly sinful. She drank him in, his kiss, the feel of his hands on her, one curved beneath her butt, holding her up, the other on her thigh, sliding beneath her skirt that had ridden high. He backed her against the cold, hard wall.
She moaned, writhing into his touch, grinding against him, wanting so much more, needing so much more than even this overpowering, intoxicating kiss could satisfy.
His free hand stroked the sensitized skin of her inner thigh, moving higher, to the edge of her panties, rubbing over her clit through the sheer fabric.
She moaned again, desperate, pleading, and his hand stilled. He broke the kiss and pulled his hand away.
He dropped his head to her shoulder. “That’s the alcohol talking. You’ve had more than you’re used to.”
She shook her head. “I’m not drunk, just fuzzy. It’s nice to be fuzzy. Please? I’ve wanted this for longer than you can know.” She wasn’t above begging.
“Not here.” He drew in a ragged breath. “I don’t want our first time to be like this, hurried, in a place where anyone can find us and interrupt. I want to take my time and enjoy you.”
First time. Meaning there would be more?
Her already frenetically beating heart sped up. “Then take me home.”