A Gentleman and a Rogue

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Snippet Sunday: 99 cent romance: A Polish Heart #snippetsunday #wewriwa

Hi all, I'm participating in the Weekend Warriors Snippet Sunday. This month, I'll be taking snippets from my sweet contemporary romance, A Polish Heart . You can find the Weekend Warriors Snippet Sunday list at:


About this snippet: Darrin and Sofia continue to work on the Easter Basket.

ENJOY THIS SNIPPET:


His blue eyes swept over her face approvingly as the other shoppers in the market walked around them. Was he going to kiss her?  It warmed her insides just being so close to him – feeling safe and protected and wanted.

"Well, now my father's  contribution to the basket is a potato."

"Really?"

She drew in a breath for strength, "Tadeusz makes hash browns out of 
it on Easter morning."

Darrin chuckled,"How ingenious."

"What would you contribute to the Easter basket?" She realized it was 
a loaded question, implying something more between them – something deeper – and something she wanted.


A POLISH HEART: 


BLURB:  

Darrin Riverton, an architect from the United States is assigned to a challenging project which requires a trip to Poland. Sofia Buraczynski is assigned as his translator and his first sight of her heats his blood. 

With Sofia as his guide, Darrin discovers Poland and many new things about himself, as well. When a chance is presented for him to remain in Poland, will he leave behind family and all that is familiar to follow his heart?


Reviews:
5 Stars, Tara Manderino, Amazon Reader, “A totally enjoyable read.”
 5 Stars, Nancy Levine, Amazon Reader, “My grandfather was from Poland, but I have never been there, so I enjoyed reading about it as well as the customs about the Easter basket, etc.”
5 Stars, Billie Houston, Amazon Reader, “I love the warm-hearted tale.” 
BOOK TRAILER:
BUY LINKS:
Kobo: https://store.kobobooks.com/en-us/ebook/a-polish-heart

5 comments:

  1. So charming. You write so well without the heat most writers think a story needs.

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  2. I love the dynamic you create Stephanie. As well as the subtle undercurrents. Nicely done!

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  3. I love the dynamic you create Stephanie. As well as the subtle undercurrents. Nicely done!

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  4. Discussing an Easter basket is wonderfully appropriate for this time of year. Nice snippet.

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  5. Thank you all for stopping by. I'm glad you enjoyed the snippet. I agree - this story is a great story for this time of year.

    Smiles
    Steph

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