It's been awhile.
But Live & Learn releases next Tuesday.
In case I've failed to mention it once or twice, now you know.
Let me tell you now that this book will not be a short read. I cut it down as much as I could, but there were a few parts in particular that just couldn't help but be long. When you read them, you'll know why.
I think Book 3 will leave you with some questions. I even had some as I was writing it, but I realize I can't answer everything for you when I write. Otherwise, the book would never end. So some things are left up for you to ponder until the next book comes out. I think L&L will make you wonder about various circumstances that take place and you'll ask why some characters have done or continue to do certain things. And frankly, you might want a few of them gone for good. I don’t honestly know that yet, but I'm preparing for it.
I have to admit, the original ending for Live & Learn was a lot different than what you'll read. I rewrote it this past weekend because what I had originally planned didn't fit with the scope of the story up to that point. I also watched last Thursday's episode of Grey's Anatomy and was in a different mental state while rereading the book during the final edits (
But, OKAY! Now that that is out there....
Here's the 2nd Sneak Peek:
When he went over to the kitchen and didn’t see anything out of place, he gradually moved toward the living room, but stopped completely when he heard a creaking noise coming from above his head. He looked up, then turned behind him, his eyes focused on the stairs. He looked to the ceiling one last time before heading over and placing his hand on the railing, grabbing on tight. With each step he took, he felt something moving further and further up inside his chest telling him to turn back, to leave the house and pretend as if he had never been there that night. But he couldn’t. Something bigger, stronger and much more powerful than a short whisper had compelled him to keep moving forward. Once he reached the top, he looked down either side of the hallway and saw that shadowy light again; it was only when he got closer that he realized it was the light blazing from a candle. As he crept closer to it, he heard a noise echoing between the walls and down to where he stood. It was the sound of a woman who expressed a pleasurable kind of pain, the kind that didn’t warrant any help from anyone except from the person providing it to her.
Who is HE and WHAT exactly is he hearing?
Find out HERE on May 5th!!