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About the author:
Growing up, Dori read a lot, and when she wasn’t happy with a particular ending, she wrote a different one, just for herself. Before long, she was writing stories when she should have been doing homework. The time has come for her to share the stories she cooks up in her head.
What inspired you to write your book?
Life, love, and all their twists and turns.
Here is a short sample from the book:
“So it’s true.” Kelsey felt a twinge deep inside. “You’re everything they say you are… a womanizer? Did you really sleep with most women in this town?” She was getting personal, but he’d brought up the topic.
Shaun approached the table. He sat down beside her and leaned in so close that Kelsey worried he could hear her heart thumping. “What do you think? Do you think that’s true?”
Kelsey swallowed her carrot. “I don’t know you… not really. You don’t say much about yourself.” She held her breath. Having him so close was making her dizzy.
Shaun dipped a finger into the dip and lifted it to her lips. She hesitated for a moment, but then parted her lips and allowed his finger to slip in. She sucked the dip off quickly and turned her head. Why in the world did she do that? Now there was a tingling between her legs she was finding hard to ignore.
“Looks like you’re enjoying the dip,” Shaun whispered, a note of humor in his voice.
Kelsey blushed. “I… yes. It’s great.” Oh God, what was he doing to her?
Shaun moved closer until his lips were only a whisper from hers. “Kelsey, I haven’t slept with every woman in this town… yet. And I don’t break women’s hearts. They do it to themselves.” His voice was raw now. “I’m always honest about what I want and don’t want. Many choose to ignore that.” He stood and returned to the stove, putting his focus back on the meal he was preparing.