INNOCENT TEARS has been re-released.
It has enjoyed another full edit and an awesome new cover.
Here’s another little snippet.
“Advice is what we ask for when we already
know the answer, but wish we didn’t.”
“But she’s like her mother when it comes to friends. Her father is coming this afternoon and wants to meet her . We thought it’d be better not to be part of that meeting for reasons which are none of your business.”
Thanks, Emma thought! Boy, oh boy, talk about manners.
“Anyway, Nadine likes you very much. She wouldn’t stop talking about you last night, so her grandfather suggested it might be easier for her if you were with her.”
“Ma’am, it seems that I haven’t really got a choice here considering that you have already asked Mr . Morgan, but may I ask whether I could pick her up an hour earlier and ease her mind a bit?”
Emma could only imagine that Mrs. Gibbs wasn’t impressed by this request, but in the end she heard a quiet and seemingly uncomfortable
“So it will be.”
Take that, Mrs. Grandmother. One for Emma, none for you. Ha!
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18 thoughts on “Snippet Sunday – INNOCENT TEARS – 05/06/2016 #romance #reading #bookpromo”
Interesting banter as they make their plans.
Thank you, Karen.
I think that Emma and I are both surprised that Mrs Gibbs gave in so easily.
I was, too, when I wrote it … LOL … thanks Chelle
Interesting the way this meeting is unfolding!
Thank you Veronica!
Grandmother doesn’t seem to like Nadine much. But then, I’m not sure she likes anyone much.
Exactly …. so whatever happens to the little girl, she might be better of ?? Thanks PT.
The woman is so rude to Emma, I can’t believe it! Wow. Great snippet! Tweeted.
Thank you, Elizabeth … also for the tweet.
I hope she is going to go and live with her father. I can’t stand the grandma.
Yes, I think we all have the same hopes here … thanks Linda for stopping by.
Really enjoyed this snippet. Poor Emma.
Thank you, Cecilia. Glad you enjoyed it.
LOL! I love her attitude towards it! Especially that last line and her thoughts. She seems like she could give Mrs. Gibbs a run for her money and patience. Nicely done.
Thank you. Glad you liked it 🙂
I think the grandparents need her help and are too stubborn to admit it. Interesting story.
Exactly .. glad you like the story, Gem.