Heart of the Moment by Dawn Brower

Mistakes? You name them Jessica Sousa has made them and having regrets doesn’t change a damn thing

Heart of the moment

Mistakes? You name them Jessica Sousa has made them and having regrets doesn’t change a damn thing. As her life begins to fall down around her, she questions every decision she’s ever made. She comes to one conclusion—she doesn’t deserve to be happy.

Preston West thinks Jessica is fine the way she is. He loves her and intends to convince her they belong together. A challenge never deterred him in the past, and he doesn’t plan on letting it get in his way now. 

Unfortunately he might not have the time he thinks he does to win her heart. As the clock ticks down they have to battle not only Jessica’s stubborn pride, but her failing health, and someone hell bent on destroying her forever.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Suspense

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Language: English

Keywords: second chance, women's fiction, contemporary women

Word Count: 52500

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Sample text:

“Hey, hot stuff,” Lana said as she brushed past her and walked inside. “I came to see what plans you had for the day.”

“Um…” Definitely not Preston. Jessica sighed. “Why are you being so nice to me?” It didn’t make a lick of sense. Lana hated her… Her sudden interest in her wellbeing was rather out of character for her. “Don’t you have someone else you can bother?”

“Plenty actually,” she replied and plopped down on the couch. “But none nearly as fun as you.”

Jessica rolled her eyes. “Thanks. That’s such a glowing accolade into my character. I don’t know how I ever lived without you in my life every day.”

“Good thing I saved you from such a travesty.” She nodded. “You’re welcome.”

It was time to figure out what game Lana was playing. She didn’t have the desire to entertain her. Dinner the other night had been nice, but she didn’t trust Lana’s motivations. She wasn’t the type of person who did something without a good reason, and Jessica wasn’t at the top of her list of people worth her time.

“It was nice of you to stop by, but I have plans.”

“Oh,” she said leaning forward. “What? I have time to kill before I have to go to Matt’s to check up on him. He’s a veritable bear these days. I hope he gets his sight back soon.”

Jessica felt bad for the man but he wasn’t her problem. His car accident had left him blind, and the adjustment period appeared to be not going well. 

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