Brief Encounter!
On October 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

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Before the main part of the blog, here is a bit of news. Our latest book hit the shelves Monday! Worth the Wait by K.L Ramsey. Click here to read the Prologue and Chapter one. To take part in a free competition click here.

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I had a meeting the other day with a financial advisor; it was a normal encounter, just work and rather dull.  Maybe it was because of the dull nature of this brief encounter that sparked something in my imagination. I wonder if you have experienced the same.  Have you had a meeting that could have gone further? Maybe even wished it had gone further?  And yet it was just a meeting no impropriety at all.  For me, it sparked a little creative writing.  I don’t know if I will weave this into a story at some point, but I thought I would share this piece of total fiction with you.

We met at his office, and I felt assured by his warm, welcoming handshake, with just the right amount of pressure. We had only spoken briefly before on the phone. He had wanted to see my work and had offered to give me a few suggestions that might help my writing career. I was cautious at first thinking it sounded a little odd, an offer of help from a total stranger.  Why would he do that? Did he have an agenda? Was this a reworking of the old casting couch scenario? And yet there was something warm in his voice, something that I felt instinctively I could trust. So the meeting was arranged, and I turned up dressed in my best casual business attire, a smart button up dress. When I close the outfit there was a momentary dilemma; the dress buttoned up to the neck.  The look was a bit matronly, undoing the one button still looked a bit like a librarian so I plumped for undoing the first two buttons. Looking in the mirror, I noticed a hint of lace from the cup of my bra but dismissed it as a mear hint.  I wanted to look the part of a romance writer, and I really wanted to impress.

The office was impressively large, with tasteful pictures adorning the walls. He offered me a coffee, and we sat and chatted.  While talking I looked at him in detail; his clothing was a little more casual that I had been expecting. He seemed very comfortable, as we casually talked about ourselves, talking freely about our backgrounds. As the morning progressed, and although the conversation was innocent, I felt, hoped there was something more.  We chatted at length about my writing, and where I wanted to take it, I became aware of my body language. Was I flirting? Maybe just a little?  I was a little self consciously I tried to stop fiddling with my hair. I felt a familiar tingle as I crossed my legs.  I had to stop; this was a professional meeting after all.

He was giving no outward signs that he was in any way responding.  I looked more deeply, maybe he was, there was a knowing glint in his eye.  I regarded his reaction when I re-crossed my legs; his gaze was certainly on my knees as I crossed them.  Was he trying to take a sneaky peek? Surely not.  He gave every outward appearance of a gentleman. Yet there was something about this encounter that reminded me of the scene in the film The Thomas Crown Affair.  There was a steamy chess scene, where Faye Dunaway teased the Steve McQueen character. I playfully ran my finger across my lower lip. He gave a knowing smile and yet still made no move.  In all this time the conversation had flowed easily, and everything felt comfortable. I noticed the time; we had been chatting for over two hours.  The tips he had given, had been very insightful and extremely helpful, the meeting had made me think a lot about my writing, and yet I would have been lying if I said I had not wanted something more to happen.  There was a connection, I felt sure there was.  Maybe I could feel his disappointment as I stood and made my excuse to leave.  He was a busy man he had work to do, yet there was still regret at this encounter coming to an end. He escorted me to the door, and we parted with another simple shake of the hand.  As I walked to the car, there was a feeling I wanted more, much more, perhaps next time.

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A Woman’s Secret by C.L. Koch.

Love times Infinity by K.L. Ramsey. Click here to read Chapter one.

Her Lover’s Face by Patricia Elliott.  Click here to read the Prologue and Chapter one.

Naval Maneuvers by Dee S. Knight.  Click here to read Chapter one.

Perilous Love by Jan Selbourne. Click here to read the Prologue and Chapter one.

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A Bride for a King by L.J. Dare. Click here to read Chapter one.

The Brute and I by Suzanne Smith. Click here to read Chapter one.

Love’s Promise by K.L. Ramsey Click here to read the Prologue and Chapter one.

Home by Keren Hughes Click here to read the Prologue and Chapter one.

Coming soon.

Worth the Wait by K.L Ramsey. Available to pre-order now! At the bargain price of $1.99 until the publication date 15th  October. Click here to read the Prologue and Chapter one.

 

Secret Santa by Keren Hughes. Available to pre-order now!

At the bargain price of $1.99 until the publication date 29th  October.

The Christmas Wedding by K.L. Ramsey. Available to pre-order now! At the bargain price of $1.99 until the publication date 1st  November.

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Only A Good Man Will Do by Dee S. Knight. Available to pre-order now!

At the bargain price of $1.99 until the publication date 22nd  November.

Also coming soon.  Dates to be announced.

Secret Santa by Keren Hughes

Killer Lies by Zia Westfield

All She Ever Needed by Lora Logan

A Merman’s by Choice by Alice Renaud

Line of Fire by K.L Ramsey

Killer Deceptions by Zia Westfield

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Nicolas by Callie Carmen

Torn Devotion by K.L Ramsey

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