Wednesday, 17 September 2014


Hello, my darlings!

I am extremely happy to announce that the next couple of days are your lucky ones!
You might ask why?
Fanfares . . .

The romance-drama novella FIGHTING THE IMPOSSIBLE by yours truly (me :) will be free to download on 17th and 18th September 2014th through Amazon. Don't miss the chance to read that beautiful story about love and loss, and share my deepest emotions.

And did you know you can download the Kindle Reading App on any device, so you can read my words even on your iPhone or laptop. How cool is that!

I would love to leave you a bit tinkly, so here is a small excerpt:

"Peter slightly touched her shoulder, sending electrical impulses throughout Tara’s body. “You were clutching the chair so hard, I thought you would break the backrest.” His eyes sparkled, warmer than the midday sun. 
“What do you care?” Oh, it sounded wrong again, she thought, but it was only his fault. Peter visibly withdrew by her tone and caused a part of the daylight to go out with the glimmer in his eyes.

“Well, just . . .” He reached over her and took a card with a guest name from the table. “Mr. Colum Preach won’t have a place to sit if you break his chair. All in the name of the perfect wedding!” His eyes flashed thunderstorm blue.

“I think we will be able to find an extra chair.” Tara’s tone was ice-cold. “And if not, Mr. Colum may take mine!”

“But wouldn’t that be wonderful!” Peter was on the verge of losing his temper. “Then we can share a chair, and I’ll even let you sit on my lap.” He winked at her.

Tara was clutching the scissors too hard. The adrenaline was blurring her vision, and self-control was a foreign word in his presence.
              “Be careful, Miss Whyley, you’ll cut yourself!” He gently took the sharp object from her stiff fingers, burning her soft skin. “And we still need your decorating skills.” His tone was indifferent and businesslike, but also somewhat guarded. Peter walked away with quick steps, leaving Tara alone to deal with the anger and the emotions raging in her heart, taking over her like a flock of angry birds. And why now, when he finally left her at peace, did she not feel relief, but emptiness? The world suddenly lost its charm: the grass was gray, and the sun was simply annoying, blinding her. Everything around her was like a tasteless meal in a five star restaurant. Tara gave up and sank into the chair beside her."


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