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About the author:
Jenny Schwartz is a hopeful romantic with a degree in Sociology and History — people watching and digging into the past. She lives in Western Australia and is working towards her dream of living by the sea. Her hobbies include brushing the fur-factory, aka golden retriever Toby, and photography. She is the proud possessor of double-stacked book shelves because she’s a book hoarder. And proud of it!
What inspired you to write your book?
I love reading category romances – that incredible rush of emotion that comes with falling in love. Plus, I love my home town of Perth, Western Australia. So I combined the two loves and the result was “Ran From Him” — although the hero Daniel is so delicious, I’d never run from him!
Here is a short sample from the book:
“Cate, we’re home.”
Home? The voice sounded familiar, but in the muzziness of sleep, Cate couldn’t place it. Where was home? Her tiny Sydney flat? But she never brought a man there.
Male fingers touched her face. “Caty?”
“Hmm?” She turned her head, and the fingers trailed against her lips. “Mmm.” Her lips parted naturally. A finger trailed back and ran gently along her lower lip. Back and forward, tantalisingly light. It was maddening.
She sent out an exploratory tongue tip, and the finger hesitated.
“Not a good idea.”
Suddenly, she was completely awake. Horrified, she stared into Daniel’s bright blue eyes.
They crinkled at the corners as he smiled. “Do you always wake so nicely?”
“Pity. I was having Sleeping Beauty ideas and thought I might have to kiss you awake.”
The tremor that shook her was unmistakeable. Her body screamed, Yes!
“No. I wake by myself.”
“Do you, Cate? I would have thought some man would want the privilege. Early morning kisses, early morning sex.”
She blushed, and tugged at the door handle. It opened easily and she almost fell out onto the concrete. The cold air broke the sensuous spell and dispersed the muzziness of sleep. She looked around.