I, Effing Feline, have lots of goodies for you today. Because I’m such a wonderful, generous cat, I have not only a snippet for you but also:
- The snippet is from the several times delayed third book in the Passion Island trilogy
- These are the opening lines of the book
- The cover
- The blurb
Without further ado, here’s the opening of The Triple Wedding!
Panting, Teegan Dayle paused halfway up the stairs to her house atop Pillar Rock. She leaned heavily against the moss-covered monolith.
“Why,” Teegan muttered to herself, “did I buy a house with so many stairs?”
She knew the answer, of course: for the prestigious address and the bird’s-eye view. From up here, she could look down on hundreds of homes in this wealthy corner of Eastcott.
Most of her neighbors on the Pillar were snobs who wanted little to do with her. Unlike her, they were descended from the elite crews of the spaceships that had carried thousands of colonists on the one-way trip to Addoray. For her, though, the point wasn’t to pretend she was better than everyone else, but to proclaim to the world that she’d dragged herself to the top of her profession.
Now if she could just drag herself to the top of the Pillar . . .
And a few more for good luck.
Even though she’d left work early, after only twelve hours, it was dark and she was tired. So tired. That was okay, though. Exhaustion was the cost of running her own business—namely, growing houses. As for overwork, it was a measure of success, right?
The Triple Wedding
Teegan Dayle is a driven businesswoman whose company grows houses. When her three estranged sisters plan a triple wedding, she’s determined to show them her life is perfect — so she needs a gorgeously handsome wedding date to wow them.
Sterling, her roommate’s brother, is a handsome loner. When Teegan asks him to be her fake date, he refuses — until he learns that amazing new creatures will be at the wedding. He’s determined to be the first to study them, even if it means pretending to love a woman he doesn’t get along with.
How far will they have to take the pretense? All the way?
Booker is a naïve young Apprentice Cupid whose job is to make a match for Teegan — but not with Sterling. Can he break up matches as well as he makes them?