Snippet Sunday - JOURNEY TO HER DREAMS 15/11/2015 #romance #amreading #dreams #Ireland




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JOURNEY TO HER DREAMS was re-released early August and
 has enjoyed another full edit and an awesome new cover.

Here's another little snippet.

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Hollie guided Jeremy through the streets of Launceston onto the country roads. She knew a few shortcuts, and soon they arrived on the farm. Out of the corner of her eye, she watched him as he drove the car down the bumpy driveway, but he didn’t seem fazed by the dust and dirt at all. A smile tugged at the corner of her lips.
His green eyes narrowed suspiciously. “What?”
With a shrug, she admitted, “I expected some cursing while coming down the gravel road.”
“It’s just a car. Nothing that can’t be fixed.”
After a moment of awkward silence, she said, “Thanks for giving me a lift. It’s much appreciated.”
With her fingers tensing in her lap, and shivers down her spine, she met his gaze. His eyes explored her, and for a moment she was lost in his stare. She didn’t consciously notice when he came closer, but suddenly felt his hand on her face. He leaned forward and touched her lips with his.
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16 comments:

  1. “It’s just a car. Nothing that can’t be fixed.”--Great response. I love a man...or anyone really, who sees and object as an object and the person they are helping as worth any discomfort or damage that may arise from in the act.
    :) :)

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    1. Thank you Jennifer ... and yes, I'm the same ....

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  2. “It’s just a car. Nothing that can’t be fixed.”

    This made me think of my grandfather when I was learning to drive and was so scared that I would wreck his car. His response? "They make new bumpers every day."

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    1. I love your grandfather and his thinking :-) Thanks PT

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  3. I think we can all take that attitude about "stuff". Good snippet, Iris. :)

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  4. Really enjoyed this snippet! I know I'll be coming back for more! :-)

    ~Joyce Scarbrough

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    1. Welcome to my humble blog Joyce. I appreciate you stopping by.

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  5. Nice little scene and I approve that he didn't get all upset over possible damage to the car! Yay! Enjoyed the excerpt.

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  6. Oh so that's what she was worried about more than being alone with him. That was unexpected.

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  7. Love his attitude regarding his car. Sounds like a great guy so far. :)

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  8. Good scene. You've created a real sense of anticipation. Something interesting is about to happen...

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