A few weeks ago, I received the rights back to my In Hyacinth series. Many of the books won’t see the light of day again. However, two of them will. I’ve re-titled, re-edited, some parts rewritten, and in the case of Falling for Him, added a whole new chapter to it. I’m also offering it for free to subscribers of my newsletter.
In this snippet, Cami and Jerod have entered into the part of their courting system where Jerod needs to set some rules and she needs to learn to trust and follow him. They aren’t quite what she expected.
Before she could figure out a response, he added, “For the second, I want you to work on your business. Yes, calls have stopped. But that just means you need to become proactive. Many people want something but they need to be nudged into it.”
“You want me to contact people?” she asked in horror, the second request scaring her more than the first. “Like call them and ask if they want a new wardrobe?” He had to be kidding. There was no way she could do that.
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Cami thought she had it all: the perfect life, the perfect future, and the perfect suitor; until it went downhill just days before her 18th birthday. Now struggling to pick up the pieces, she does everything she can, not letting anyone know how depressed she’s become. She does such a good job that she fools herself.
Newcomer to town, Jerod Kinsley, offers friendship. Used to the more traditional way of life, Cami doesn’t know what to do with it. When he and her family encourage her on a track she never knew was possible, Cami begins to find a new her. She likes this new future laid out in front of her. Unfortunately for Cami, her tendency to fool herself by blocking her own feelings rears its ugly head once again. This time, she pulls a stunt she isn’t sure she can recover from. With one false step, she’s afraid she’s not only ruined her chances of success, but of Jared ever caring for her as more than an acquaintance.
Warning: This book includes a formally structured society & scenes of loving discipline.
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