Margaret Mayo, Romance Author


I know I’ve been slack lately in keeping up with my blog, it’s because I’ve had other things on my mind. I’ve been thinking for a long time about e-publishing and I’ve decided to have a go. Before the end of the year my first e-book will be published. I’m very excited at the prospect and it’s been a whole new learning curve. I’ll probably be quiet again for the next few weeks so just to whet your appetite here is a taster:

Rianne thought she must be seeing things. There was no way on this earth that the man deep in conversation on the other side of the room could be who she thought he was. It had to be someone who looked like him. Someone who had the same lean figure, the same high brow and enigmatic dark eyes.
She forced herself to look away and carry on talking to her friend. They had just spent an energetic hour in the gym and were now relaxing in the cafeteria with a long, cooling drink. Although they were on holiday in Barcelona the nearby health club had been too tempting to resist.
Her heartbeats, which had returned to normal after their exercise, now began hammering an uneven rhythm and, unable to help herself, as though an invisible force had taken over, she glanced once again at the man in the corner and tried to ignore her racing heart. It must be Javier. It could be no other. She had known him too well. Too intimately!
As if sensing her interest he lifted his head and looked at her. Their eyes met and a whole new whirl of dark sensation spun inside Rianne’s breast. The same fierce pain that had once threatened her very sanity. There was no denying now that this was the man who had deserted her, the man who had left her high and dry without a single thought for what it might do to her. She knew every inch of his face, of his body too, and yet he looked at her as though she was a complete stranger, with no sign of recognition in his eyes.

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