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Title: IT’S NOT OVER
Author: Grahame Claire
Genre: Contemporary Romance
About It’s Not Over:Daniel
I have two lives.
One with the woman who owns me. The other tied to a past I can’t escape.
For eight years, I kept them separate, knowing one day their collision was inevitable.
That day has come.
She’ll have to accept it.
He has two lives.
A beautiful one with me. Another shrouded in ugly secrets.
It didn’t matter, until now.
I don’t know why he’s destroyed us,
But fighting for him will be the battle of my life.
It’s not over.
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Exclusive Excerpt:"What's with all the bags in the hallway? Are you going somewhere?" I said lightly, still smiling despite my nerves. When he didn’t respond right away, didn’t even glance up from what he was doing, I obeyed, for once, sinking into a seat with the desk a barrier between us.
He snapped the file in front of him shut. I flinched. His knuckles were white as he clenched the edge of the folder and stuffed it into the cabinet under his desk. The locked clicked in place with a decisive turn of the key, the sound setting me on edge.
"No. Those are your belongings." He gazed at me stoically, his onyx eyes cold and distant.
"Mine?" I asked dumbly.
Two little words sent the world crashing down on me. This had to be a joke. Not two minutes earlier, I’d been excited to be home. Couldn’t wait to see Daniel to tell him about my day. His generosity had made so much of it possible.
I fought to keep the hot tears pooling in my eyes at bay, the man I loved a blurry vision sitting across from me like a stranger.
"I've secured an apartment for you and deposited a generous sum of money into your account. You can keep your credit cards. It's not fair for me to turn you out with nothing." His lips were moving. I heard bits and pieces, but none of it registered. All I could do was stare blankly at him. "If the money isn't enough, or if you need more, I'll take care of it."
Each word was like a slap, stinging my heart instead of my cheeks. I tried to take a deep breath but came up short.
"No." It was all I could manage under the circumstances, and it felt like quite an accomplishment.
"No?" he repeated incredulously, eyes flaring, sparking my senses to life.
“No,” I reiterated, this time with some backbone.
“Don’t make this difficult.”
My eyes narrowed. “Did you think I would make it easy?” I growled, clenching my jaw.
“Have you ever.”