I'm excited to share with you the new release from one of my very good friends, Dani Morales! I love Dani to bits, and when she told me she was writing a contemporary novella, I jumped at the chance to check it out. Deja Vu is a sweet and steamy coming-of-age romance featuring authentic characters with real issues. If you like to read NA contemporary romance, you should definitely enter the giveaway below, or better yet, grab yourself a copy now!
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That's Amy's goal. To be known for her talent. For now, Amy is a college student trying to finish her degree and make the right decisions to accomplish her goal.
When a chance meeting with Lubbock's royalty, Marcus Tyler, lands her in an exclusive club, she realizes it's the opportunity of a lifetime.
But not everything Amy is offered will lead her to her dreams. If she's not careful with her choices, not only will she lose the chance at her biggest break. She could lose something she never dreamed she needed.
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A few blocks down by campus, there's a Starbucks. I practically live here during finals week, and I pull Jill inside so we can grab a Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino. We get comfy on the couch by the window so we can people watch. It's one of my favorite games, and Jill cracks up when I peg their drinks by their looks. It's a little judgmental, but it's all in good spirit. I mean it's not like I say he's getting a Chai Latte because he's gay, or that she's getting a Skinny Non-fat Vanilla Frappuccino with no whip cream because she's fat. It's more like I can see the person behind their clothes and accessories. It's a gift my art professors raved about throughout school.
"What is tall, dark, and brooding getting, Ames?" Jill's voice holds a challenge.
I examine the guy. He's definitely tall, probably around 6'2" with black hair. The skin I can see is tanned, and he's wearing some dark washed blue jeans with a light blue button up. Preppy but not overly so. I would peg him as either a business or architect major, and I start going through a list of possible drinks in my head.
"You better hurry, Ames. He's getting ready to order." She laughs at the length it's taken me to decide on a drink for him.
"He's going to get a Venti Cafe Americano with a double shot, no cream," I say as he approaches the counter.
Pulling out my phone, I see that I have a few missed calls from my dad, and I make a mental note to call him back. I open up the browser to search for places to take Jill out tonight. It needs to be out of the way of campus so we don't run into the jerk and his new girl, but close enough if we have to walk home.
"Can I get a Venti Cafe Americano with a double shot," a smooth, deep voice echoes around the shop.
I look up to see every girl looking toward the back of the store where the guy just ordered what I predicted. Something about his voice draws my attention to his back, like I want to examine him further.
"Told you, Jill," I say through a smile as I look over at her and away from him.
"You sure you're not psychic?" She locks eyes with me and then they flicker away to only widen.
"What? Don't tell me Stephen is here with that girl, Jill. I will personally take him out of the store and beat him senseless." I get ready to turn around when a chuckle has me frozen in my chair.
"Do you ladies mind if I join you?" It's the voice from the guy who just ordered.
Jill shakes her head no and gestures with her hand for him to take a seat. I stare daggers at her, but she just shrugs at me. Resting back into my chair, I continue the search for the right club, but can't come up with anything that would guarantee a Stephen-free night.
"Marcus!" the barrista calls.
I look up to see the guy next to us eye me as he rises to fetch his coffee. Turning my attention to Jill, I see her study his ass and grin. She obviously likes what she sees.
Dani Morales is a native Texan currently residing in Las Vegas, Nevada with her three boys and her mother. She adopted the boys in December of 2011 and loves spending every minute playing with them. On her spare time you can find a book in her hand or sitting in front of the computer typing out stories that run rampant in her mind. Her debut novel Entrelacen was released April 2013.
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