Losing control is not an option…
It’s been a long time since I had the space to dream.
Seeing my dreams come true again is a pretty great deal. Not that I have big dreams, but being out from under the crushing debt that ripped my first marriage apart means I’m ready to start living again.
Not everyone sees the Big Island as their dream.
Ginny wants to be anywhere but here. It makes no sense to me why anyone would want to run from paradise, but she has something else in mind. Something that doesn’t include a job that has her landlocked on her father’s coffee plantation.
We aren’t friends, but we aren’t enemies. There are so many stops in between. Which one we’re at definitely depends on the day.
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Excerpt from Boy vs. Girl
I’d spent my whole life cooking, but nothing tasted like the dish she put in front of me. “What’s in this?”
She smiled, that smile she had where her eyes lit up with mischief and her nose crinkled just a little. I loved that smile. “It’s a secret. I’m not sure I can trust you.”
“Is that so? Because from what I remember you trusted me a lot just last night.”
Her cheeks pinked with the memory of exactly how much she trusted me the night before. “That was different.”
“Really? Because it felt a whole lot more significant to me.”
She nodded, sobering at my words. “It was. That’s not what I meant.”
“It’s okay. You have your secrets just like I have mine.”
“What secrets are you keeping?” she asked, intrigued again.
I grinned. “I could tell you, but then you’d be obligated to share one of yours.” I pointed to my plate with my fork. “And I’m not sure you’re interested in sharing.”
She speared a piece of chicken from my plate and popped it into her mouth. Her eyes slid closed as she savored the flavor. It was good, but anything on my plate was like sawdust compared to the taste of Ginny on my tongue. That was the one thing I couldn’t wait to have again and again and again.