Yesterday I introduced you to High Stakes by Lory Wendy; today I’m going to share with you an excerpt from another of her books – the standalone More Than a Rebound. There’s also a giveaway, but first: a little bit about the book.
Publication date: November 26, 2018
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
“The Rebound Effect” states that in order to get over your ex, you have to get under someone else. At least, that’s what Miles Bedford’s best friend keeps telling him.
So when he’s suddenly thrust back into the single life, Miles has one thing in mind.
The plan is simple, and his intentions are clear. He’s not looking for love.
But sometimes all it takes is one person, and one weekend, to change everything.
And we were quiet again because I realized what I’d said. We were going to my house.
The silence and my thoughts about what bringing Noelle home symbolized lasted our whole ride, only ending when we got inside my place and I offered her something to drink.
I leaned against the counter and rested my head against the cabinet above. My heart slammed in my chest. This was momentous. The importance of having Noelle in my house—in my kitchen—drinking from glasses I bought after my ex left me and took all her things, along with some of my confidence with her.
I felt good—happy despite my nerves. In one night Noelle threw me and my plans off kilter. The guys were right; she had me by the balls. My only desire was to get out of my head and enjoy every minute of our limited time together.
I opened my eyes and found her watching me over the top of the glass. A small smile played on her juicy lips, and she had that look that let me know she knew what she did to me.
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Lory Wendy is a daydreaming contemporary romance writer.
When she isn’t writing, or reading, you can find her binge-watching True Crime television with “Snapped” being the most watched.
Born in New York, raised in Florida, and matured in Massachusetts, she’s never sure how to answer the question, “Where are you from?”
At the moment, though, Lory has recently returned to New York where she’s drawing on the city lights, and packed to the brim trains, to inspire her writing.
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