Sunday, November 15, 2015

Moments That Define Us Dwell in the In Between #Romance #ScintillatingSunday

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Dreams and happily ever afters haven't been a part of Jessica Moriarty's belief system. When she's swept away by world-renowned photographer Jacques Sinclair during a summer in Italy, she begins to trust in the power of love only to be undermined by her past. Will they be able to conquer the naysayers and saboteurs to ultimately seize a life of extraordinary possibility?
 Welcome to the Scintillating Sunday Blog Hop where multiple authors share 8 paragraphs of their work that captures the word 'scintillating.' Peeking inside the novel, In Between, today...book one of the powerful two-part Dancing Barefoot Series. 

Excerpt...

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"We are dangerously exposed," she said when a group of laughing strangers passed them on the street. 

He looked up, smiled, and framed her face with the palm of her hand. "I like living dangerously. What about you? What do you like?"

"I like this." She dropped the back of her head back against the brick and observed him through narrowed eyes. Hands still on his shoulders, she smoothed them down the front of his chest and grinned. "I like you."

He winked, sighed, and stepped back from her. "I don't know what I'm going to do about you, Jessica Moriarty. I sense trouble ahead." 

"I think you know exactly what to do with me, Jacques Sinclair." Feeling like a bird freed from its cage and soaring toward the sky, she grabbed his hand and yanked him back against her. "One more kiss before dinner." 

"You are the most dangerous kind of woman." He paused a fraction above her lips and looked her in the eye. "And I am the most dangerous type of man." 

"Are you? Why do you say that?" 

"Because I have nothing to offer and nothing to lose."

From the back cover...

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In between responsibilities and dreams...


Jessica Moriarty has always played by the rules, but for once in her life, she's doing exactly as she pleases. In between graduate school and 'real life', she's in Florence, Italy, indulging her love of art and abandoning inhibitions.

Meeting Jacques Sinclair rocks her off center. Whereas rules and living up to expectations have dictated her life, he is the opposite. A rebel. A photographer. A man who lives for the moment. He sweeps her up into a riveting romance that makes her question all she's ever believed to be true.

The drum of old commitments echo through her heart as time ticks away. Will the crush of 'real life' undermine the love she's found in between...?

***This is book one of the two part Dancing Barefoot series.*** 


 

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