Coming Soon!Fine Print

Coming soon to Liquid Silver Books
ISBN: 978-1-59578-671-5
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Three years ago, Kara Sorrento’s husband died in the line of duty. The fact that they never started a family is the one thing that she can’t lay to rest. Knowing that she could never love again, Kara decides to conceive a child in a more…non-traditional way. All she needs now is the ideal DNA, and she’s found it in Derek Martinez.
Physically he’s a perfect specimen, with dark features so much like her late husband’s. Then Derek suggests changes to the insemination contract, and he threatens to disrupt not only her plan, but Kara’s entire highly structured and ultra-organized world. She would be required to let down her guard and join the living, no matter how vulnerable that would make her. She can do it, she’s a strong woman. It shouldn’t be that hard to resist Derek’s charms. She’d just have to think with her head, and not her heart. When ghosts of Kara’s past surface, Kara isn’t sure that she can trust her heart anyway.

Meet the characters:

Derek Martinez 

Derek Martinez

I’ma pretty easy-going guy. I even chose a career in advertizing that enables me to use my creativity and have a little fun. I can be serious, but I know how to have a good time. When I met Kara Sorrento, with her all business attitude, I should have just walked away. I like my women soft and feminine, so this ball-buster isn’t my type at all. Even her plan to conceive a child is one of the most emotionless propositions that I’ve ever heard. I consider it a personal challenge to get her to relax, maybe let her guard down enough to show me that she is a real woman behind that suit.

Kara Sorrento

Kara Sorrento

I like things organized. It’s how I do my job, it’s how I live my life. I put a lot of thought into my future, and this is the twenty-first century for God’s sake. I wish everyone would just get off my back about my plan to conceive a child and raise him on my own. I don’t need a man in my life. I loved once, but my husband Max is dead, and no one can replace him. Derek Martinez looks enough like my late husband, so his genes would produce the same traits as if Max actually did father my child. Of course I went over my plan, down to the fine print.

 

 

 

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