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Should she read more? #sundaysnippet #MFRWauthor #Giveaway #sunday8 #wewriwa

 

This month we’re giving away one autographed print copy of The Diary. The giveaway lasts all month – contest details after our Sunday Snippet.

Be sure to visit Weekend Writing Warriors to check out the rest of today’s exciting excerpts!

The Diary is actually two books in one – The Diary, and its sequel, Writing Skin. Today’s excerpt follows last week’s, after Kate sneaked a peek into her sister’s diary when she stopped by to water her plants…

EXCERPT

Kate slumped down at her sister’s desk.  Should she read more?  She’d simply dipped into the diary like so many folks casually stabbed at a verse in the Bible.  Kate scowled and rested her chin on her knuckles.  An alarm bell began ringing in the corner of her brain.

Professor?  What professor?  Luci was a college junior, an English major.  Would she ever graduate?  She worked nearly full-time at a trendy Near-North boutique and took college classes around her work schedule. 

But a professor screwing a student—wasn’t that against some rule?  Weren’t there ethics governing faculty-student relations?  At least such behavior must be frowned upon.  How had Luci gotten herself mixed up with a professor?  Who was he?  And what was he trying to get from her sister—other than her body?

A rakish professor, a flaming redhead, her petite younger sister, and the redhead’s bi Italian girlfriend in a blistering transcontinental tale of revenge gone awry.

BLURB

Lust, revenge, dark sexual escapades and the mysterious disappearance of her younger half sister, Luci, will take art curator Kate Noble on a whirlwind transcontinental journey. The diary Luci’s left behind paints vivid images of shameless erotic exploits with a rake named only as G.C.  

Can Kate learn enough under the delightful hands of her bisexual best friend, Gina, to ensnare the sensual and elusive Professor Grayson Cosgrove into a marriage proposal of her making? Can she find Luci before it’s too late? If only she could read between the lines.

The Diary ~ never have the secrets of another been so electrifying!

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Would you like to read what Kate’s been reading? We think Luci won’t mind… Here’s the link: Luci’s Diary

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12 Responses to “Should she read more? #sundaysnippet #MFRWauthor #Giveaway #sunday8 #wewriwa”

  1. What in the world would happen next? Terrific snippet.

     
    • Charmaine Gordon
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    • Thanks!

       
      • Adriana Kraft
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  2. Love them 🙂

     
    • Debra Shutters
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    • Thanks!

       
      • Adriana Kraft
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  3. Love the snippet can’t wait to read the rest. Thanks

     
    • Maritza
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    • Thanks!

       
      • Adriana Kraft
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  4. I see her full-speed-ahead assumptions as the reason people shouldn’t read their sister’s diaries: diaries don’t give all the background you need to know to make intelligent decisions.

     
    • LOL – I think you might be on to something here (but if she hadn’t gone full steam ahead, we wouldn’t have a plot 🙂 )

       
      • Adriana Kraft
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  5. I’m curious to know more but it doesn’t seem right that she’s reading the information from a diary. Great snippet.

     
    • These sisters have a complicated relationship – of course she “shouldn’t,” but Lucy’s missing, and Kate hopes for clues from the diary Lucy has (for whatever reason) left lying out on her desk…

       
      • Adriana Kraft
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  6. I frown on reading private documents, however, if it has to do with someone breaking the law (or rules of college that are there to protect students), I say you have to look at the greater good that will ensue. Yes, she should read more! Great snippet!

     
    • Jenna Jaxon
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    • We’ll hope it’s for the greater good – though Kate didn’t know that when she picked it up and started reading…

       
      • Adriana Kraft
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