It’s here, it’s here! I’m so excited to share Too True To Be Good with you today. Zach and Gianna’s romance is that much sweeter since they have Summer to consider. Every touch, every kiss, every moment has to be stolen.
And damn if that didn’t make it interesting!
I wanted to share the trailer with you today, but I also have an excerpt for you. Enjoy!
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Excerpt from Too True To Be Good
“Is that really what you think of me? That I’m chasing you for a ring? Because you need to have your head examined if that’s what you think is going on here. I’m not after you. I’m not interested in being with you any more than you are in being with me.”
“Really?” Zach demanded, moving closer to her.
Gianna took a step back. She might not want to marry the guy, but she couldn’t deny she was attracted to him. Hell, she’d strip right then and there and let him have her if he kissed her in just the right spot.
Not that she was going to tell him that.
“What are you doing?”
“I’m proving that you’re lying to me.”
“Am I attracted to you? Yes. But am I here looking for some kind of commitment? No. I’m so fabulous at commitments that the last guy I was seeing broke up with me the night I got here because I forgot to call him and let him know I was coming here. It was the fourth time I forgot about a date with him. In a month.”
Zach snorted a laugh. Then laughed harder. Gianna wasn’t sure if she wanted to laugh or be mad. Either way, the tension between her and Zach snapped. And she was grateful for that.
“You’re as bad as I am,” Zach said with a grin. “I definitely had you pegged wrong.”
Gianna shrugged. “I’m married to my job. I always have been. My relationships have always suffered because I’ll drop everything if it means helping out one of my kids.”
“Like driving six hours to see if one of them went looking for her father on her own.”
Gianna smiled. “Yeah, like that.”
“What I said, Gianna-”
“It’s fine,” she said.
He shook his head. “It’s not. I’m sorry. I really didn’t mean it like you thought. You’re beautiful. I hope you know that.”
She shrugged. “Okay.”
He moved closer. “You don’t believe me, do you?”
She grinned ruefully. “I know who I am. I’m okay with that. A guy who looks like you would never be with a woman like me, but it’s not exactly my fantasy to be with someone like you.”
She let her eyes travel down his body, the lie heating her cheeks. Every woman wanted a guy like him. A guy with arms as big as her thighs and a chest that was wide enough to curl up on. A guy who was so gorgeous it almost hurt to look at him. A guy who was not only attractive, but a decent person, too.