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About the author:
I live on a boat in a marina with my wife. We enjoy the ambience, friendliness, and leisurely lifestyle living afloat. It gives me time to thoroughly contemplate my stories and work out the plot details and emotions of my characters.
I write with the intention of always having my characters react to situations in a realistic manner. Many of my stories have a basis in a real-life event, even if they are fictionalized. I want my readers to identify with my characters motivations even if they would never find themselves in a similar situation.
My characters almost always find themselves in a strange situation not of their making. They usually have to work through a new experience or dilemma they had never faced previously. I like to show that they learn and grow from the experience and that they become better from having gone through it.
Here is a short sample from the book:
“If everything's a competition,” Amber lamented, “then why hasn't Paul been competing for me? He hasn't been over in two weeks, we haven't slept together in three weeks, and I haven't had a decent orgasm in over a month.”
“Maybe he's found someone else.”
“I don't think so. He's got a new boss and has been working late getting ready to pitch a deal to a new client. I think he's spending all his time and energy on that.”
“Then you need to step-up your game. Learn some new moves. Make him think you might be getting someone else. Then he'll start noticing and chasing you again. And if he doesn't, then he's not worth your time.”
“Yeah,” Amber responded softly as her gaze returned to the bar. The man in the sports jacket was now facing her and she got her first good look at him from the front. “There's one that's definitely worth the time,” she muttered. He was awesome with sandy blond hair, blue eyes, and a dark complexion. His facial features were chiseled, his jaw square, and he had the look of confidence and leadership about him. Amber recrossed her legs and re-positioned herself in the tall chair as she contemplated his looks.
“He is gorgeous,” Linda agreed. “Why don't you go up and talk to him?”
“Oh, I couldn't.”
“Yes you can. It'll do you some good to flirt with someone new.”
“I look like crap. I've been at work all day, I haven't changed clothes, and I didn't get a chance to clean-up.”
“You look spectacular,” Linda encouraged. “You're the best looking woman in this place.”