It’s been a busy couple of weeks with the release of my baby Not Forgotten and finalising the last of the edits on Russian Law which will be available for purchase on October 20th. Then it’s back to the editing board for Open Wounds, the second novel in my Aussie based Harbour Bay Series but more on that later.
To celebrate the upcoming release of Russian Law, I’m posting a little taste below:
He pulled her into his chest, wrapping his strong arms around her. She melted into him, allowing herself to lean on him for just a moment. It had been a chaotic morning following an emotional six months and was proving to be too much. But in that moment she didn’t feel so alone.
“I’m fine,” she said and then the floodgates opened. The tears she had gallantly fought back now trickled down her cheeks. Her ungloved fingers scrunched up his coat as she tightened her fist around the fabric on his sleeve. Her other hand rested on his solid chest.
Sobs racked her body, but barely any sound came out her mouth which was currently pressed hard against his shoulder. His hands rubbed up and down her back in unconscious movement as a way to give her comfort and she was thankful for such kindness. Despite how weak it made her appear.
He pulled her closer, almost as if he planned to never let her go and she was more than happy to go along with him wherever he went. She pulled strength from him and instantly felt better, more in control.
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