Sunday, December 23, 2012

#SampleSunday- A Heart Not Easily Broken- Confrontation

Welcome to my last #SampleSunday of the year! And what a great year it has been! The feedback and reviews of A Heart Not Easily Broken have been mind-blowing, to say the least! I am anxiously awaiting the release of my second novel in The Butterfly Memoirs Series, Jaded...look for it March 2013!

By the way, the next time you find The Butterfly Memoirs, it will have a new blog home! I am moving over to Wordpress  to combine my writing blog and this one into one easy to access location. The transition will be completed by January 1st, so keep an eye out! A new year, new look, and new book is coming your way! Be sure to follow this link and join the email list so you can keep up with what's new! The next #SampleSunday will be a cover reveal and blurb release for Jaded....don't miss it!

In the meantime, I will wrap up the last Sunday Sample of A Heart Not Easily Broken with another sneak peek at Yasmine Phillips. Last weeks  #SampleSunday and the #TeaserTuesday treats introduced Yasmine's POV in the story, one that only appears at pivotal points. Why? Because for her, the events of the story culminate in to this scene, one that sets the stage for her own Butterfly Memoir....Jaded.


“Oh, no,” I giggled. “You’re not avoiding this conversation. What do you think about a June wedding?”
Javan regarded me with eyes so filled with desire he looked confused at the topic at hand. His head, both of them, were focused on one thing.
His eyebrows creased. “Yasmine, that soon?”
“Javan, that’s nine months away. There’s so much to do. I’ve got to find a place for the wedding and reception. We’ve got to come up with a guest list. I’ve got to find a dress for the girls and for me. And we’ve got to find some place to live. Both of us have roommates so moving in together is not an option. And, oh, God, we haven’t met each other’sparents yet.”
The expression on his face was comical. “I didn’t think about that.”
“Yeah, baby, it’s work to get married. But once we are, the benefits are…” I grinned wickedly. “Let me show you.” I pushed him on his back and straddled him.
“I like this part.” His voice went deep as he grabbed hold of my hips.
Our tongues were fighting their private war when heavy banging on the door startled us.
“Didn’t you put the ‘do not disturb’ sign onthe door?” His annoyance mirrored my own.
“Yes.” My employees knew not to disturb me unless it was an emergency. Such as the hotel being on fire. “This better not be about the computers,” I mumbled and climbed off Javan to grab the guest robe from the bathroom.
Javan lay in bed smiling. His thick biceps were pronounced as he shifted his arms behind his head.
The banging continued.
“Go get ‘em, baby.” He chuckled.
I reached the door, twisted the lock, and yanked it open. “What the hell do you…Brian?” He had a murderous expression on his face. “What’s wrong? Is Ebony okay?” I pulled the lapels of my robe tightly across my chest.
“No, she isn’t.” His lips were drawn tight, his brows dropped low. “Where is he?”
I was really confused. Brian should have been with Ebony, but she didn’t seem to be around.
“Why do you-”
I stood firm. “No, not until you-” Brian shoved past me and headed for the bed where Javan lay.
“Your ass is mine,” he growled.
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