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Excerpt of VOICE of TRUTH by Dana Pratola


White Rose Publishing
June 2015
On Sale: May 22, 2015
Featuring: Sophia Gallo; Cade Fioretti
185 pages
ISBN: 0151504717
EAN: 2940151504713
Kindle: B00VUBNRB2
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Contemporary, Fiction, Romance

Also by Dana Pratola:

VOICE of TRUTH, June 2015
Aaro, January 2015
The Mayweather Christmas Quest, December 2014
Sebastian, November 2013
Jett, August 2012
The Covering, August 2011

Excerpt of VOICE of TRUTH by Dana Pratola

She washed the dishes as she spoke of her early memories of her grandparents. It was a good thing he had the recorder for he hardly heard a word. As he watched her in her baggie pajamas and old gray sweater, pushed up at the sleeves, he thought how nice it would be to have the freedom to come up behind her, wrap his arms around her waist and nuzzle her ear.

She might appear the sophisticated temptress to the rest of the world, but in her personal life she was green as a forgotten garden well, full of water sweet and deep, but too long overlooked and untended. Even his objectivity told him this ought not to be. Something special and beautiful, particularly a woman, should be cared for, loved.

He swore under his breath and clicked off the recorder. Objectivity, he told himself, was in danger of falling into that well and drowning. It was certain to be a slow and magnificent death.

Sophia glanced over her shoulder. “What’s the matter?”

Cade stood, ran his hands down the thighs of his jeans. “I need to stretch my legs.”

Sophia reached for a dishtowel and dried her hands. “You weren’t sitting that long.”

“Yeah, well, I need to stretch.”

She tucked the rag into the handle of a cabinet door and faced him. “Why are you so edgy all of a sudden?”

“I’m not edgy,” he snapped.

She arched a thin, perfect brow. “What do you call it?”

“I don’t know. Maybe I’m having a reaction to your waffles.”

She laughed, not a little, but with her whole body, leaving him no choice but to follow.

He was having a reaction all right, but waffles had nothing to do with it.

Excerpt from VOICE of TRUTH by Dana Pratola
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