Rowan waited for Maverick to answer but her question seemed to have stumped him into silence.
How did he know she liked Earl Grey lattes with just a splash of vanilla? There were a million other ways she could have taken her tea. She could have liked herbal tea concoctions or green tea with lemon and honey but no, he had brewed her an Earl Grey latte.
Chapter One: Maverick spoke to Rowan on the phone about the manager’s position but never met her in person.
I’m skipping ahead a few paragraphs. Maverick told Rowan he’d show her the apartment as soon as he closed the coffeehouse but they’d go over what the manager’s position entailed tomorrow morning. This is Maverick’s POV, but Rowa
Rowan Beckett introduced herself and said she was there about the job and apartment. Maverick is speaking first.
Last week, we met George Herman, who frequents the coffeehouse daily. He just paid for his bill.
This is the 2nd snippet from my new ‘rock star romance’ that I’m working on. It’s in the very early stages.
WIP from Heart and Soul. This is a snippet from my new ‘rock star romance’ that I’m working on. It’s in the very early stages.
Lars has a theory why he’s remained earthbound…
Cecilia’s ghost father has followed her home.
Cecilia’s ghost father appears in her kitchen. She’s a bit startled to see him but recovers quickly to ask him how he was able to appear in her house when he’s never done so before. His theory is that she brought his journal home and it made it easy for him to follow her.
In this scene, it doesn’t read exactly how it does in the book. A few sentences have been tweaked to meet the 10 sentence limit. This is in Cecilia’s POV. Lars explains how time is different for him than it is for her.
In the light of day, Cecilia can’t believe she told her ghost father to go away. She’s at home, having breakfast and trying to ignore her father’s journal sitting in front of her on the table.