decide if she wants to let go of her past (Beau) and start making a future (Wade).
a whiny, sniveling brat who couldn’t see what was right in front of her. The choice was so obvious I am not sure why it took her so long to make up her mind. More than once I wanted to reach into my Kindle and smack her face so hard. Of course, there was the obvious fact that she shouldn’t date her employee but honestly I felt like she never gave that factor enough importance. The book also wasn’t very memorable for me. Every time I would have to answer the question of what I was reading, I had to go look for the title. I also felt myself having to re-read a little further back each time I put it down to catch up with where I was.
His ears perked at the sound of clicking high heels coming down the hall and it wasn’t too long before she was in view. Wade wanted to breathe normally, he really did, but it was impossible looking at her. Her strut was enough to give him a stroke. She had a perfect hourglass shape and she wore the right clothes for it. Her curves were like the deliberate paint strokes of an artist. Beautiful. Her gentle brunette waves of hair gleamed auburn under lights and seemed to bounce with her steps just as her ample chest did. When she saw him at the desk a smile overtook her heart-shaped face. Her lips could’ve been drawn by Disney they were so damn perfect. And the sweetest smattering of freckles across her nose and cheeks was enough to do him in. She’s your boss, he told himself.
He’d been telling himself that since the minute he walked into the interview on Friday. He spent the weekend psyching himself up for seeing her again. She’s just pretty, he’d said to the bathroom mirror, you’ve known plenty of pretty women.But she wasn’t just pretty. She wasn’t just anything. She was stunning. And not to mention … she was Sabra.
“Good morning!” Sabrina said cheerily as she came up to the front of his desk. She had two paper cups in her hands and she sat one in front of him. “I didn’t know your drink order so I just got you what I like—Americano.”
He opened his mouth but no words came out. He touched the warm cup and smiled. “Shouldn’t I be the one getting you coffee?” he asked.
“Eh, someday.” She smiled before popping into her office.
Someday, he thought.
Inspired by music, film, art and the wealth of stories she has heard through her career as a professional hair stylist, Kate Roth has been dreaming up love stories since junior high.
Kate’s first two novels, new adult romance The Low Notes and new adult paranormal romance Reckless Radiance were released by Rebel Ink Press in May of 2012 and September of 2013. Natural Harmony is her third novel and her first venture into independent publishing. She is hard at work on the next two novels in the Confession Records collection, as well as her first erotic romance, Last Resort. She is a small business owner and lives in Indiana with her husband, Adam and their dog, Sampson.