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One of the best things that authors can do is to create conflict for their characters. This conflict can be internal or external. Sometimes the conflict is both.
Author Suze Robinson uses conflict to push her hero and heroine to find love, overcoming the obstacles put in front of them. There's a difference in their ages. They work together. Then there's the surprises that keep them apart. But the best part of the story is how the two beat all the odds to find love.
Worth Something More is her latest release and will keep you engaged from page one to the very end as her characters overcome all the external and internal problems standing in their way.
Kate has three focuses— video games, red wine, and following her dreams. None of those will require her to fall in love, settle down or have kids like her mother wishes and she's quite content with her non-existent dating life.
That’s until Lincoln shows up and literally knocks her on her butt during their first encounter. Subsequent meetings are less than stellar as the gorgeous and broody marketing director comes out of hiding. With a shared love for gaming, Lincoln and Kate form a quick friendship despite their age gap and working relationship.
Fate decides to take a dark twist, testing Kate in ways she couldn't imagine. With a tragic turn of events, Kate's life will take her on a new path, one that might not cross with Lincoln's anymore.
What happens when fate makes you decide between your heart and your dreams?
“So, Mellie, are the guys right? Should we have a date tonight?” I’m talking to my cat. It should concern me, but as my only roommate and my companion for the night, I should make sure she’s up for it.
I walk into the living room and settle myself on the couch.
My apartment is modest and cozy for a place in downtown Chicago. I grab a throw blanket and toss it around us as Mellie settles into my side. I bring up my movies on the television and glance through the selections. Just to keep with Rich’s recommendations, I see my Norse God and press play.
“Despite the guys being right, I’m still enjoying myself. You’re such pleasant company. You don’t complain, and you aren’t needy. What more could a girl ask for? See I don’t need a guy to keep me company tonight.”
I lose myself in the movie and my eyes get heavy as Loki pops up on the screen. Weeks of overtime to meet the game’s big release date has drained me. Add the bickering and constant razzing from the guys at work, and I’m ready to pass out. I drift off to sleep, but a loud knock startles me awake again.
I rub my eyes, and then it comes back when his knock sounds on the front door again. “Oh, shit, Mellie, I had a date tonight.”
I jump from the couch and rush to the front door to let Jake inside. I can’t believe I stood up the most important man in my life. When I pull open the door, I look at his smirking know-it-all face. He’s dressed in a pair of dark jeans, faded Chucks, and a hoodie that has Orthorn Games written across the front that I got him for Christmas last year. A Les Paul, his most prized possession, is slung across his back. Jake’s messy brown hair is long overdue for a haircut, his green eyes are laughing, and one eyebrow is quirked, completing his classic teenage wannabe rocker look.
“You forgot I was coming over, didn’t you?”
About the Author:
Suze Robinson is a contemporary romance author. She lives in the Midwest with her husband and daughter. Her passion is writing stories about strong women, hunky book boyfriends, and happily ever afters.
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