Its been a while, as always, the pace of life gets the better of me and I seem to fall away from my page, if not from other things.
I have been writing furiously… if thats even a thing, and I have a few new projects that are coming in the very near future. The only delay is in time and opportunity, and not in having finished work. Which, I suppose, is a bonus.
I’m still getting requests for the finale of We All Fall Down, and trust me, no one wants it finished more than me. Its there, just waiting to fall into the production line. Hopefully, I can say within the next three months, but I don’t want to make any promises…
In the meantime, I do have a very special project coming up, and a new direction for me. Although, to be honest, I think my projects would have gone along these lines anyway.
My next release, which will be published by Inspired Minds Editions, is a cyberpunk romance featuring a very special couple. I’d like you to meet them, and also to ask you to look out for other titles coming in the near future from Inspired Minds Editions. So, without further ado, Welcome, Jenna and Max.
Synopsis – My Cyborg
A lonely woman discovers her rock solid foundations may crumble under the weight of deceit and betrayal. That the people she trusted the most, were actually those she should have been wary of.
Jenna Asari, a research technician for an exclusive government institution, is tasked with investigating rumours of illegal technology development. Those whispers debated in near-empty changing rooms, she finds are frighteningly true. And worse yet, she encounters a discarded specimen in an abandoned research facility. A place that to all appearances, should be nothing more than a derelict building.
Tucked away many levels beneath the ground, a secret will be revealed that will shake her sense of self. There she’ll make a discovery into a painful past she’d thought had been laid to rest.
Jenna must come to terms with loving the unlovable, and learn to let the past stay where it should.
A little bit of a teaser… from their first meeting.
“Don’t get your panties in a twist,” he said, crossing his arms over a wide chest, assured and relaxed.
I wasn’t buying it. “What have you done?”
He looked uncomfortable for a few seconds before he uncrossed his arms and took a step back. “I went back to your car and called a mate of mine to tow it to a garage.”
“How much?” I asked, holding my forehead in the palm of my hand.
“How much is this going to cost me?” I clarified. “No one does anything for nothing, so how much is this going to cost?”
He smiled, easy. “Lunch.”
“What?” I couldn’t help thinking he was mad or had a problem. I looked up at the sky, the afternoon waning. “You realise lunch is officially over, right?”
“I was thinking about lunch tomorrow,” he replied, “but I can do dinner today, if you prefer?”
“I’m not going anywhere with you,” I surveyed him from top to bottom. His leather jacket had seen better days and the biker boots were scuffed and well worn. Plus, I’d sworn an oath I wasn’t getting back on that bike again.
The smile dropped off his face. “There’s no need to sound so offended.”
To Be Continued….
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