"It wasn't supposed to be like this!", has become the mantra in Anne Harrison's head since her recent divorce. She was too old to be here...to be single. Melancholy and unsure about anything Anne takes her long time friend Kat's advice and gets back to her roots...in Seattle. There she hopes to connect with that long ago girl from her childhood and find her confidence again.
Devilishly handsome, arrogant, and cocky Geoffrey Quinn is a man of success. He's also a man of layers and most people can't get past what he portrays. No one until Anne.
The last thing either of these people are looking for is a relationship. Anne finds Geoff highly irritating (and young!) at his best, while Geoffrey finds her magnetic and wise.
Seemingly unsuitable and unplanned attractions lights a fiery passion this duo never expected.
Will they take a chance on passion? If they do what happens when the blaze recedes? What will be left ashes or embers?
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About the Author
Writing romance stories with passion and sass, Jamie Salisbury has seen several of her books soar to #1 on Amazon. Her novella, Tudor Rubato was a finalist in the 2012 RONE (Reward of Novel Excellence) awards. The cover won for Best Contemporary Cover. Now in 2014, her novel, Life and Lies was nominated for a RONE in the Erotica category. Her books are both self published and now include several published through Secret Cravings Publishing. Music, traveling and history are among her passions when not writing. Her previous career in public relations in and around the entertainment field has afforded her with a treasure trove of endless story ideas.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Ms. Salisbury outdoes herself in Timeless Sojourn. It is a well written, captivating read. Quite realistic, especially to any woman of age. Anne, the heroine shows her guts and determination to not let her ex-husband or his downward spiral take her with him. She removes herself from the situation and embarks on a new life. Not an easy thing to do at any age. Then add the cocky Geoffrey to the mix - I really didn't like him at first, but he grew on me after a while. He proved to be just what Anne needed. From there the book evolves as the two begin a relationship. . .both personal and professional. The book is well written, well thought out and I certainly hope that this is not the last we'll hear of Anne and Geoffrey.