#SnippetSunday “The connection is crap.” #MFRWAuthor #AlintaBay #amwriting

Happy Sunday
Today’s snippet is again from my new story, which follows Piper and Jon.


Today’s Snippet

“Jon here.”

“Jono. How are you? Where are you?”

A smile tugged at Jon’s lips. He was glad to hear from his friend, Keith. They had a lot to catch up on, yet, Jon also appreciated the distraction from his note-writing adventure.

“I’m in a small place along the Great Ocean Road.”

Keith chuckled. “Must be small. The connection is crap.” He paused. “Tell me, when are you coming home?”

Wasn’t that the million-dollar-question. It’d been ten months since he’d woken up in a hospital barely surviving a heart attack. A heart attack. Him. He was in his mid-thirties and had already Escaped death on his CV.  

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~~~ Touch Me ~~~

She loves the feel of his skin beneath her hands …

Lexie Marshall packs up and moves 3,000 km east with her daughter Zoe, to forget and move on. Now, all that matters is her daughter and her new job. She tries hard to stay focussed, but the sexy and extremely kind park ranger, Jesse, is not making it easy. And when her husband shows up in the small coastal town creating chaos, all she can do is hang on and trust her new friends.

After his last girlfriend walked out on him, Jesse Parker is doing just fine on his own. Until his accidental meeting with single mother Lexie, when he rescues her and her daughter from getting lost in the forest. But when her past catches up with her, he is right in the middle of it all and it might ruin his career.

Will returning to her old life be the only chance to save his career?

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8 thoughts on “#SnippetSunday “The connection is crap.” #MFRWAuthor #AlintaBay #amwriting”

  1. You never know what’s going to strike you down. A friend’s husband — a vegan and health nut who rode his bike across the country a few years ago — had a heart attack was biking down a quiet side street. We aren’t nearly as in control of our lives as we want to think.

    1. Oh, Ed, I hope he’s okay! It is scary how quickly things can happen. I was sure I was safe fom cancer, considering I never smoked, little to no alcohol, good food the last 10 years, and cancer still knocked at my door. Life works in mysterious ways!
      I hope I’ll do the subject justice!

  2. I had a near stroke one day in the middle of the grocery store, went blind in one eye for three hours…yup, things can just come out of nowhere, no matter your age or background re eating, exercise etc. Enjoyed the snippet and definitely made me want to keep reading.

    1. Oh no, Veronica. I’m sorry to hear that.
      It just comes out of the blue. I hope you’ve fully recovered from it.

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