Blog Hop & eBook Giveaway– THE CERTAINTY OF VIOLET & LUKE
We can’t wait for you to get more of this AMAZING series by Jessica Sorensen. Join us as we reveal an excerpt from The Certainty of Violet and Luke. The Certainty of Violet and Luke releases on September 16th but get a sneak peek into the book ahead of time!
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Violet Hayes’s life is a mess. Between her stalker, Preston, refusing to leave her alone, her parents’ case still being unsolved, and falling behind in school, she always feels on the verge of losing it. When some unexpected news comes her way, it’s the final straw and she ends up doing something that almost costs her life. Thankfully, she survives and makes a promise to herself to put her life back together and to try and figure out exactly how she feels about Luke Price, the one person that’s always there for her.
But as a recovering alcoholic and gambler, Luke has his own struggles to overcome. He’s also fallen in love with Violet, but fears telling her the truth, that it will scare her away or worse, she won’t reciprocate the feeling. Plus, there never seems to be a right time to say it, either the case, Preston, or life getting in the way.
Can the two of them ever get enough peace in their lives to conquer their fears and finally tell each other the truth about how they feel?
She must sense it’s my
presence though, because she sinks into the touch. The she peeks
over her shoulder with a wicked grin on her face. “Glad you could join me.” She
winks at me then starts to really dance.
I’d almost forgot how
amazing the way she moves is, not too much or too little, the perfect amount of
rhythm and sway of her hips that makes her ass brush up against me just right
amount. I go rock hard within just a few moments as I sway with her, allowing
my hands to travel up and down her hips, her sides, all over her body. There
are people everywhere—Seth, Greyson, Kayden, and Callie included. But as far as
I care, it’s just Violet and me out there. The rest of the room is just a blur.
We dance this way forever,
through the entire concert, becoming sweaty, breathless, and I'm turned on more
than I ever have been. Neither of us seems in any rush to stop either, our
bodies welded together, refusing to break this strange, destiny induced bond
we’ve stumbled upon. Kayden and Callie bail out pretty early, while Greyson and
Seth stick around with Violet and I. Eventually the large mob of people starts
to dwindle into a small crowd. Before I know it, we’re pretty much the only
ones left on the dance floor. Still, we don’t stop moving, lost in some sort of
moment where only the two of us exist.