I have to confess I am super excited to have Innocence back up and ready to buy now with Amazon.
It has been a few hard weeks trying to decide what to do with my books since my publisher closed their doors, leaving me to find homes for 6 books, 5 being my erotic series Desires, which will be available soon on my erotic page.
I have decided to self publish so here is my first uploaded book Innocence, this series is a sweet adult contemporary romance, if you like a good book that makes you cry, heart-wrenching at times, with many twists and turns then may this book be suggested for you.
“So when are you going to call the police?”
He lifted his head to look surprised at her. “Would you like me to?”
“No, but I’m shocked you haven’t already or have you? After all, you are sitting with a mental case, right?” she voiced, thinning her eyes.
“Well, I still have time if you’d like me to, but personally…” He cocked his head to the side. “I might wait, if that’s okay with you?”
“So your parents live local?”
“Oh, I thought you said they did?”
“I might have done.” She quickly took a sip of the cordial, hating orange juice, “I don’t like that,” and pushed it away.
“Fine, I will go and get you a black-currant?” He stood immediately to his feet, leaving her orange on the table.
“With arsenic?” she yelled out quickly.
Calvin stopped and turned his head slightly to the side. “I don’t think they do that, but I could check.”
Kacey looked at him, unsure what his motive was. He then carried onto the bar and ordered her drink.
She debated whether to bolt for the door and leave him here, but then, how far would she get before he caught up with her having this thing in her tummy? She sighed and hated what was happening to her, really regretting coming back to the village. She’d really hoped her parents would welcome her back or at least have a change of heart.
It was unfair to Kacey that they lived in this massive house, six bedrooms, two reception rooms, and was built centuries ago and yet they didn’t want to know their only daughter. Her parents were workaholics and, therefore, when she was born they immediately appointed her a nanny, until attending nursery. They worked hard having no time to give her siblings. Her mum had always said she had been a mistake. Great thought!
“Here you go. I keep expecting you to run off,” he said, sitting back in his chair and placing her drink in front of her.
She stared into his eyes, wondering how the hell he could read her mind. She grinned at his remark and turned her attention back to looking out the window.
“How are you feeling now?”
She turned to glance at him. “Annoyed.”
“You cannot honestly tell me you were going to jump?”
“Yes, I was.”
“What, and seriously kill your unborn baby? Don’t you think that is selfish?”
Kacey gawked at him frustrated, frowning, not liking what he said. Yet, it was the truth. “Yes and no.”
“But surely, things cannot be that bad. I mean, you’re young, beautiful, and having a baby,” he said.
She was taken aback by his words, it had been such a long time since anyone had said such words. Kacey ached to the pit of her stomach with tenderness.
“Where do you live?”“London,