Snippet Sunday – NEW BEGINNINGS – 07/08/2016 #romance #reading #bookpromo

I’m continuing with one of my earlier books. I received my rights back after three wonderful years with a publisher, and it’s now time to fly solo.

The release day is on the 11 August  ~ MARK IT IN YOUR CALENDAR ~  and it now has a cover as well. I love it.

The story is set in Hobart, Tasmania, where Sophie and Mia have inherited a house – from a stranger.


Sophie took her sister’s hand as she thought about his last comment. She wasn’t aware of any distant relatives. Dead or alive. Her mother would have at least mentioned her once. Letting out a soft sigh, she made a mental note to table the question for a later moment with the resolve to find out the answers. And soon.
“Okay, let’s go then.”
He pinched his nose with his thumb and index finger and took a deep breath. “Look, Miss Lever—”
“Levesque,” Sophie helped him again, this time somewhat more firmly.
Running his thumb over his eyebrow, he stepped closer, but not so close as to be intimidating. “I’m sorry. It’s been one extraordinary week,” he said with his voice just above a whisper. “Once I get back I’ll check with the partners here to see whether anybody knows more about it.”
Did he say he’d had one extraordinary week? Annoyance crept in.


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25 thoughts on “Snippet Sunday – NEW BEGINNINGS – 07/08/2016 #romance #reading #bookpromo”

  1. Something about that solicitar annoys me – I wonder if he knows more than he is letting on? Definitely intriguing. I wonder what the relationship was.

  2. I’m curious to know more about the solicitor and what his extraordinary week is all about. Also want to know if he’ll help in finding out who this mysterious person is who left them the house.

  3. At least he’s offering to try to get more information for them. I still feel sorry for him — he’s coming into this cold and it’s not going as smoothly as he was probably led to believe it would.

  4. An “extraordinary week” is a very vague excuse for not doing his job. I can understand the annoyance, especially when he can’t even pay enough attention to be able to say her name.

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