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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Book Fun Friday Welcome Christina Kirby

 Book Fun Friday Welcomes Christina Kirby this week with her contemporary romance!

Your Bio: Christina Kirby holds a degree in Public Relations from Auburn University. She worked in banking before deciding to become a stay at home mom to her two
sons. Moving every couple of years because of her husband’s job, Christina has had the opportunity to live in many different states. Fortunately, writing is something she can take with her no matter where she lives.
Book Title: Running Home: Book 2 in the Warm Springs Trilogy

Book Tag Line: The last time realtor Jenny Fillmore saw her first love Adam Hamilton, he’d left town to play major league baseball, leaving her and their plans in the dust. Now he’s back, and from the way he looks at Jenny, he has more on his mind than houses and land.

Book Blurb: Small town beauty queen, Jenny Fillmore, is a survivor. In the wake of having been kidnapped by a madman, she’s managed to put her life back together, complete with a successful career and a serious boyfriend. But, when her first love returns and hires her as his real estate agent, old wounds are
torn open, making Jenny question whether or not she has the life she wants. It turns out broken hearts don’t heal so easily and old desires don’t always fade with time.
Professional baseball player, Adam Hamilton, didn’t expect a career ending shoulder injury. Thrown a curveball in his prime, he returns home to Warm Springs and the one woman whose heart he broke to pursue his sports dream. But, earning Jenny’s forgiveness won’t be easy. What he and Jenny once shared was real, but she’s moved on. With the new man in her life, time isn’t on Adam’s side.
Book Excerpt:

Jenny smoothed a hand over her navy skirt and tucked a loose hair behind her ear as she waited to meet her new client. After speaking with his assistant several times to setup a schedule that would work for everyone, it was finally time to meet the man himself.
She glanced around her office where they’d be meeting before she took him out in her freshly washed Lexus SUV. Everything was in place. There were no loose papers strewn around or files left open on the back counter.
A partially open drawer caught her attention at the bottom of one of her filing cabinets. She moved to close it and found it was stuck. She knelt down on the carpet and tried to push it again, but it still wouldn’t budge. “Close, you stupid--”
“That’s my Jennifer. Still talking to herself after all these years.”
Jenny’s hand froze at the same time a flush of heat surged through her body. A fire she hadn’t felt since the last time she’d been with him, the owner of the deep voice. A voice she’d know anywhere. Adam.
“Here,” he knelt beside her, “let me give you a hand.”
“I don’t need your help,” she shook her head, but he didn’t seem to care. He lifted the drawer and pushed, and it closed like the traitor it was. Damn drawer.
Adam took a step back from her, but it did nothing to dissipate his scent. His aftershave hung in the air and with it a flood of memories of the two of them, together, crashed down around her. Memories it had taken her years to repress because forgetting was impossible.

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