Sunday, January 25, 2015

Weekend Writing Warriors - #8Snippet Sunday

I've been posting with Weekend Writing Warriors for a few months, but I've enjoyed it immensely. Click on the link to find great authors, your favorite authors' works, and new talent as well. Also this is a great way to  get sneak peaks of upcoming books. 

The next few weeks, I'll be sharing the first eight lines of each chapter from book 2 in the Diamond Series. You can read the blurb after the eight sentences. Watch for it, It will be out around Valentines.

Chapter 2

   Dagan Hunter Caulfield felt like a fool sitting alone in a crowded restaurant in Savannah, Georgia. It wasn’t easy to do, make a fool of him that is; it had been almost two decades since the last person tried. The man lost more than money once Dagan recovered, pursuing him with a vengeance.
   So what was his problem with her?
   She had conned him for months. The corner of his mouth twitched. With a little admiration, and a lot of anger, he reluctantly admitted, only to himself, the lovely Shelbie Gilbrad had made a chump out of him. 

   Tapping his forefinger on the table, he thought back to when it all started.
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A former prostitute and thief. A self-made billionaire set on revenge. Their worlds collide and neither will ever be the same.
Necessity made Shelbie Gilbrad a thief, the thrill kept her in the game. And now, she’s in trouble. She doesn’t see it coming, which is odd because she’s been plagued by visions her entire life except when it comes to her new boyfriend.
Dagan Hunter Caulfield has resigned himself of never recovering the rare green, teardrop diamond necklace he gave his late wife. He's moved on. However, his plan to surprise the woman he’s falling for backfires upon seeing her as a bridesmaid of the main suspect. 


  1. Intriguing snippet! Sounds like he has a handful of fun ahead of him with Shelbie. :)

    1. Glad you liked it. Join me Wednesday for an excerpt from chapter 2.

  2. oh this really sucked me in. his humor and amazement that he's been played by an expert

    1. I'm glad you saw the humor. I wanted that to come through, but when you're close to it, it isn't always evident. Thanks for stopping by.