After seven years, concert pianist, Ian Swift questioned if he'd ever get over the one who got away. Jade Thiele took a shy nerd to the stars, showing him what it meant to be a man. He still wants her, only now there's nothing nerdy about him.
Ian decides to show Jade Thiele everything she's been missing.
Jade thinks she's content with her life until Ian gives her a repeat performance that rocks her orderly world. Yet, despite Ian's expert persuasion, she doesn't believe they have a future.
Will Ian figure out what's holding Jade back before they both lose--forever?
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Amber Quill Press, LLC
September 19, 2010
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Excerpt from Music Man by Brit Blaise
..."Is that bacon I smell?" Ian's voice gave her a start, in more ways than one. Who knew?
She turned to look at him, fresh from a shower with a towel wrapped around his muscled waist. His gorgeous long black hair hung in wet ringlets against his tanned skin. Jade felt her heart thump inside her chest.
"Karen stocked my refrigerator yesterday while we were otherwise occupied. I don't know what she was thinking...she knows I don't do domestic. She's playing match-maker."
"Maybe she knows you better than you do yourself. Sometimes friends are insightful like that."
"Are you hungry?"
Ian rubbed his long skillful fingers across his thickly whiskered jaw. His silver-blue eyes darkened and he ran his tongue over his full lips. "Famished. How about you?"
Jade couldn't believe it, but she wanted him to ravish her right then across the kitchen table. It took all the power she had not to turn off the stove and jump him. "I want you to eat this food before anything else comes up. You need to keep up your strength."
Ian leaned back and pulled aside the bath towel. "Something has already come up. It would be a shame to waste it..."