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Snippet Sunday - INNOCENT TEARS - 07/02/2016 #romance #reading #newrelease



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INNOCENT TEARS has been re-released.
It has enjoyed another full edit and an awesome new cover.

Here's another little snippet.

THANK YOU

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Advice is what we ask for when we already 
know the answer, but wish we didn't.”




“My apologies, Mr. Morgan,” she said with a tilt of her head, cursing Jack deep inside as she saw him out of the corner of her eye attending to a guest.
Typical of him to leave her when she’d needed a bit of help. Leo Morgan’s square jaw tensed visibly. A man in his mid-forties, he was still handsome with his olive skin. Even though his hair showing the first signs of grey around his temples, it suited him well and emphasised his blue eyes. He took a deep breath and stepped slightly closer.
“Listen Emma,” he whispered. “I only hear good things about you. People like you and you have a good–” he paused seemingly trying to find the right word, “–let’s call it repute. But there’s a certain standard here, and I need you to uphold that. Are we understood?”
She nodded. “Yes, sir.”
“Good. Now, go and do your job and whatever it is between you two, keep it outside the hotel.”
She stood straight. “But there is nothing–”
“Miss Gallagher!”
“Yes, sir. Understood.”
Emma turned around and checked-in the next few guests. It was only after she had finished her shift that she was able to talk to Jack.

“Thanks for getting me into trouble again.”


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14 comments:

  1. Now that's not fair. Jack didn't force her to stick out her tongue at him!

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    1. LOL ... that's life :-) Thanks PT.

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  2. Good conversation between her and the boss, quite realistic. Enjoyed the snippet!

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  3. Just goes to show you shouldn't mix business with displeasure.

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  4. The boss is intense, but I guess I see his point. I'm not sure she should blame Jack, though!

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    1. Blaming others is always easier, isn't it ;-) thanks Elaine.

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  5. Great snippet. I'd blame Jack...

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  6. The use of "again" in her jib at Jack makes me think she ought to slap him one. I get the feeling she isn't that kind of girl though. Good snippet, very realistic conversation.

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  7. Jack needs to be bitch-slapped, really that was so unfair!

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    1. Agree ... more to come ;-) Thanks Linda.

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