It may be a little early, but since I’ve shared all I am willing to part with on She Belongs to Me and Land of the Noonday Sun, I figured I’d start introducing you to, Difficult Decisions, my third novel releasing this summer.
So each Sunday, please join me for a six-sentence passage from the prologue, and then I’ll share a few excerpts until it publishes.
As a child, Alexandra Nicole was a princess in a fairytale.
Her royal family would spend every Sunday on the pristine beaches of Destin together. Her father, the king, would carry her on his shoulders, pretending to be her noble steed as he pranced around at her behest. He would battle dragons, the vicious Chihuahua that chased them; conquer new worlds, also known as a sand dune further down the beach; and build elaborate castles, well actually, sandcastles.
If her father was the king, then her mother was most definitely the queen. She would laugh softly under her umbrella, as she watched Alexandra and her father roll in the gentle surf.
Now, if you’ve read any of my novels or read my excerpts, you know I don’t do happy-go-lucky beginnings, and as in any fairytale, a little rain must fall, or in the case of my stories, I prefer a monsoon. So please come back and see what I have in store for this perfect family.
If you’d like to sample the first chapters and excerpts of both my romantic-suspense novels, without downloading anything, follow these links: She Belongs to Me and Land of the Noonday Sun
For more samples from participating Six Sentence Sunday authors, visit SixSunday's Website.