I must admit, though, I tend to be sarcastic, snarky and sassy as well, but I think I'm a lovable person. :-) It's finding the right balance of when to add the extra bite, and blending it with a softer side...a side Sage didn't know she had. I needed to give her a challenge that would bring out something deep inside that my readers, her sisters, and even Sage didn't know existed.
And this is where Sage and I differ: I loved being pregnant and having babies and all the crazy amounts of love and joy that come with being a mom. Instead of my typical wise-ass comments (I saved those for Girl's Night Out--which rarely occurred--and spats with Hubby), I cooed and smiled, and blew raspberry kisses all over naked bellies. Sage, however, has a different story. You'll have to read Wilde for You to find out...
So I ask you, fellow readers, are you a sarcastic person? Is it a turn-off reading a snarky heroine? I feel heroes can get away with it more than heroines. Tell me your thoughts...
Precise to a fault, Sage plans everything—meetings, meals, and sex. But when she learns her youngest sister can’t carry a child, she steps up and commits to the role of a surrogate mother. It’s not out of sentiment, because Sage doesn’t do love or touchy-feely, but out of practicality. She doesn’t plan on marrying or having children, so why not rent out her unused space, right?
Luke Riley is a sexy firefighter who’s looking for love in all the wrong places…
Luke’s morning gets a little brighter when he’s called to a clinic and spots a blonde beauty wearing killer red boots. Though she doesn’t seem interested, he manages to introduce himself. It’s unusual for a woman to push away his advances, but Luke is attracted to her confident nature and strong personality. It’s not long before he wears her down, and she finally agrees to a date.
Who says you can’t mix work with pleasure?
Sage blames her growing affections for Luke on pregnancy hormones. But one last hurrah before her belly swells sounds like a well-deserved thrill. After a few passionate nights, the line between love and lust begins to blur—leaving her more confused than ever.
Luke is mesmerized by her keen wit and social charm. She may claim not to want children, but when she befriends his troubled foster sister, it proves there’s a heart inside of Sage waiting to be loved.
Will Sage’s surrogacy unlock her willingness to commit? Or will Luke stand by as the woman he loves plans a future without him?
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