This is the second book in the Fermosa Bay series, which, I’m trying to get onto the market as soon as possible.
DEFYING RULES is set along the Australian Great Ocean Road and tells the story of Ethan Tomlin, single dad, and manager of a hotel chain.
This is still a WIP, so critique away.
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Ethan loved the view and never got enough of it. He loved the contrast of the blue ocean meeting the luscious green of the forest. The long winding road through gigantic trees was leading right into Fermosa. Because Nick usually struggled with travel sickness coming down this route, it was probably a blessing that Nick was asleep.
Startled by the ringing of the phone, Ethan checked the ID, and pressed the Bluetooth button.
Ethan’s heart sank, not ready, yet, for the conversation he was about to have. Another quick glance to the back told him that Nick was still asleep. It had been hard telling his son the news regarding Jack.
“How are you holding up?” he asked his friend.
There was a moment of silence before Connor finally said, “Emily’s struggling.”
Ethan exhaled a long, deep breath as he turned the corner for another near perfect view over Fermosa.
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9 thoughts on “Snippet Sunday – DEFYING RULES – 09/04/2017 #romance #love #SnippetSunday #amwriting”
Well, at least he has that calming view while he’s got to carry on an evidently tough conversation. Enjoyed the snippet!
Thank you, Veronica. Glad you liked it.
I’m curious to know what conversation he’s not ready to have with Connor. Great imagery of the drive too.
Thank you, Karen.
I love the contrast of the beauty of the drive with the tension about the conversation.
Thank you, PT. Much appreciated !
I’m a little nervous about what happened to Jack if he hasn’t told his son about it. Great snippet.
Thank you, Jennifer. Glad you liked it.
Love the contrast! At least he has something soothing in the midst of chaos. I wonder what the conversation is going to be about though.