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Sunday, May 20, 2018

Will they both survive? - Breaking Free by Debbie Williams

"There was something different about Chloe. Just when you think this is just a love story the secrets come out and you end with mystery and suspense. It draws you in and you don't know where the story is going to take you. Really keeps you turning pages." - Lynn, Goodreads


Published: 2017

Chloe is from a rich, controlling family. Finally able to embark on life, she finds herself free from the clutches of her controlling father. Enter Kai, who comes to her aid when her car strands her on the side of the road. She just doesn’t realise how much things are about to change. A close bond soon builds between them, but deep dark secret ties their families together and threatens to blow them apart.

Will they both survive? 


“WAIT! Please, I’m sorry. You just startled me and to be truthful you look kinda scary in that hard man biker get up.” I couldn’t help but giggle at how ridiculous I thought he looked with his biker boots and Jeans, but his voice sure sounded good, even if it was muffled by that helmet. I looked again, and mmm mmm his ass was tasty, especially with the tear in his jeans. 

I watched as he lifted the hood to my car, never once removing his helmet. Bad sign he must be really ugly underneath that helmet. My eyes were constantly attached to that perfectly formed muscular ass. The way his hips swayed as he worked. I swallowed deeply and told myself to behave. 

Again, his muffled voice spoke, startling me back into the present. “Sorry lady it’s your alternator, nothing I can do right now. We can call a garage in the morning.” 

In the morning damn now what am I going to do? 

“Can you give me a ride? I mean do you have a spare helmet? I really don’t want to stay out here alone all night.” 

What the fuck am I doing? I don’t know this guy; he could be a murderer for all I know. 

My eyes were yet again drawn to his ass, as he walked over to his bike and opened the box on the back. My heart was pounding as I saw him lift out another helmet, then turn to saunter over towards me. Handing me the helmet, he stood and removed his own to help me put it on. 

OH, MY GOD!!!! How wrong was I? He was GORGEOUS!!!! 

His hand brushed my jaw line as he placed the helmet on my head. I took a deep breath as a shiver ran down my spine. I glanced up into his eyes and wasmet by the deepest blue I have ever seen in my life, his face framed by shoulderlengthjet-black hair. Angular jaw and whoa look at that mouth, his lips so perfect. 

“There you go all ready, do you need to get anything from your car? I can get you to the next service area where maybe we will find a motel for the night.” 

I was trembling now as I had never been on the back of a bike before and had never been so close to someone this damn hot. I straddled the rear seat and hung on for dear life, what if I fall off! “Settle Princess, don’t hold on quite so tight and just lean with the bike as we go.” His voice broke through my internal panic like molten chocolate. 

I squealed and buried my head against his back; this was amazing, the wind in my face felt so good. Again, my life felt right. MY LIFE!!!!!

About the author:
Debbie Williams is married with 3 grown up kids, a beautiful daughter in law and an even more gorgeous grandson.
She is a Fibromyalgia sufferer who found a new outlet by writing to help fill her days. 

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Rita Wray said...

Sounds like a good book.

Bea LaRocca said...

Happy Monday! I have a standard question that I like to ask my fellow authors. Are you able to read or write when it's noisy or do you require peace and quiet to focus as I do?

Debra Holloway said...

I love the book and the cover.