Her family never even attempted to file charges against Bruce. It was unlikely that a family would do that unless they knew where she really was and were intentionally keeping quiet about it. With that thought lingering, Alex decided to check on Valerie. He walked toward the back room. The restaurant was just too damn loud for him to make a phone call out there. Once in the back room, he was quickly distracted going over some of the wedding details on the computer. When he was done, he decided it was better to leave Valerie alone. Hank would call and update him if anything happened.
He went back to the bar. The place overflowed with loud patrons now. Alex leaned over to Sal. They started getting rowdy. Alex frowned, taking it all in. The tables were crammed and every booth at the bar taken, with people crowding around each booth. He took a stroll to check everything else out.
Workers diligently transformed the banquet room upstairs into a wedding paradise. The flowers would arrive in the morning. His parents would be pleased. Alex told them he could just order them already made, but they insisted they had to be personal and hand made. Alex watched along with the crowd. It was a good fight with both fighters going at it. Alarmed, Alex reached for the cell phone on his hip. He had no missed calls but he still felt the need to rush to the office to take the call. He picked up the phone as soon as he got to it, forgetting to close the door behind him.
The caller raised his voice. The service sucks! Alex felt his adrenaline jump-start.
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Alex smiled gripping the phone. I can get you a beer. Where you sitting?
Bruce cackled. You know where that is, Alex? Alex squeezed his fist shut. He gulped hard in a failed attempt to remain calm.
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Bruce cackled until he was coughing, then he started up again. He listened for background noise. It was too quiet. Romero swung the door open.
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Alex brought a finger to his lips. Romero stood next to Alex, hanging on every word. Alex motioned for him to get Hank on the phone. Alex could almost pin-point the moment it hit his brother. His eyes opened wide. Bruce sounded like a raving mad man. Bruce cackled even louder this time. No way would Alex let this guy rile him. He spoke through his gritted teeth careful not to let out the rage that built so quickly. The line clicked and the line went dead.
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Up until now he felt pretty safe with Hank watching them. He tried sounding confident. The door flung open. Alex heard glass crash. Alex cursed under his breath and charged out of the office with Angel and Romero close behind. And the first kiss. The one thing we with husbands no longer want to research, lol. Have you ever battled with any of your characters over their personality traits? If so, who won — you or the character? Oh yes always. Or stop being so damn stubborn!
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From the sound of those brothers in the overview you gave us, I have to say I am SO not suprised! In some case there are scenes I almost took out and my crit partner or beta convinced me to keep in. A little bizarre, actually. More distraction. How do you keep track of plot elements or twists? Believe it or not most of the twist and plot elements just happen as I write. I usually have a pretty good idea of what the main premise will be about but how it happens and what twists take place usually just come to me as am writing.
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Oh, how COOL! The other two are the next two in the series. The Moreno Brother Series. Catch all the blurbs teasers and even the character interviews on my blog! I was born and raised and continue to live in sunny southern California. My love for writing began when I was just a kid though, I never really had any dreams or aspirations of doing it for a living. Then along came the age of eReaders and I saw an opportunity to get my writing out for the world to read without jumping through hoops and getting past the red tape of trying to get traditionally published.
The Moreno Brothers series has literally changed my life. I now wake up to go to work a few yards from my bed. I already have another series in mind that will immediately follow this one. I will have more info sneak and peeks of that series which will be out in But I have so many other stories screaming to be told I only wish I could write faster! Ya ready?
Thanks so much for being here, everyone. I hope everyone has a wonderful day, and good luck in the giveaway! Geez … MUST that rhyme?
ChristineWarner said:. January 19, at am. Great interview ladies! Your stories sound great and I like that you can still read them alone or one at a time in a series to really get to know your characters. January 19, at pm. I totally agree with you, Christine. These books look fantastic!
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I just finished Always Been Mine, and it was awesome! I really hope to read more by her, maybe this is me chance. Hi Niina! So great to see you here! Thanks for posting, and good luck in the giveaway! And making me want to read even more than I already did, LOL. Laurie-j said:.