Today I’m sharing an excerpt from the second book in my Chestnut Rock Series, CHRISTINA’S BEAR!
Here’s the blurb:
Christina Mills’ loud, bubbly personality has gained her many friends, and many dating opportunities. Unfortunately, being labeled a “party girl” and dating a lot gives people the wrong impression, and when her dates learn the truth about her, they soon move on.
James “Bull” Johnson is a restless bear shifter ready to settle down. At the urging of his friend, Matt, he relocates to the mid-sized town of Chestnut Rock. He hopes the nearby forest, and being near his best friend will help soothe his bear and cure some of his loneliness.
When Bull and Christina meet he recognizes her as his mate, however, their first two encounters leave Bull thinking Christina is afraid of him—and Christina is confused by her feelings toward the stranger. Both Bull and Christina have secrets and insecurities that keep them guarded, but if they can trust one another, they’ll discover they were made for each other.
Here’s the excerpt:
Christina Mills looked around the now half empty apartment and couldn’t help the sadness sweeping over her. She and Jenn lived here together for two years and now Jenn had been completely gone for two weeks. Christina knew they couldn’t live together forever, but she’d honestly thought it would be much longer before either one of them found the one.
Once Jenn and Matt had worked out their differences, Jenn’s belongings disappeared little by little until her friend finally admitted she was moving in with Matt. Christina was very happy for the two of them—and if she was honest, a little jealous. Not of Matt, of what Jenn found with Matt. Someone to love her unconditionally. Christina often wondered if she would ever find a perfect match.
Making friends was easy. Her height combined with her trim body and large breasts always gained the attention of men, but she’d kept most of them in the friend category. The ones that became boyfriends quickly tired of her bubbly—sometimes loud—personality. Looking for love resulted in dating often and had gained her the reputation of being a fun party girl. Unfortunately, many people made the mistake of thinking she was easy and slept around. Jenn was the only one who knew the truth and now Jenn was gone. Christina felt very alone.
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