Hope for Her – Top 10 Favorite Lines – #6

Through out the month of September I’d like to introduce you to the characters and my Top 10 favorite lines in Hope for Her.

FAVORITE LINES

Line #6: 

He might be the quad guy’s exact opposite. For starters, he was tall and muscular. Not the bodybuilding type muscles, but more like the played sports kind of muscular. He had short-cropped brown hair underneath a visor, which he wore backwards. He wore a garnet t-shirt with the words Florida Athletic Department on the front. His shirt fitted his muscular frame, but his baggy athletic shorts swung as he walked. He seemed surprised to see me but smiled and went to his seat.

Jackson

I’ll let you in on a little secret. Carrington is not describing Josh, she is describing Jackson. I wonder why she notices him. 😉

Some people hate love triangles, but I love them. Hope for Her isn’t a love triangle story, but The Hope Series is a love triangle series. Figure that one out.

Do you like love triangles? 

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Hope for Her – Top 10 Favorite Lines – #7

Through out the month of September I’d like to introduce you to the characters and my Top 10 favorite lines in Hope for Her.

FAVORITE LINES

Line #7: 

I did not come to college to meet a man but hooking up seemed to be part of the curriculum.

Don’t get me wrong; I enjoyed hooking up as much as the next girl, but I preferred it within the confines of a relationship.

Carrington’s comfort level it pushed to the limits in this story. I try to keep the language respectable. My mother reads these, after all.

 

HopeForHerTeaserWhat is your heat level limit? 

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Hope for Her – Top 10 Favorite Lines – #8

Through out the month of September I’d like to introduce you to the characters and my Top 10 favorite lines in Hope for Her.

FAVORITE LINES

Line #8: 

In rehab, they preached the importance of establishing a routine. Do the same thing every day to develop positive habits and replace the bad ones with something less dangerous. They got it all wrong. The drug addiction wasn’t the dangerous habit; the habit of self-loathing and fear of not measuring up was much worse. 

Josh had some challenges recently, but now he is ready to turn is life around. If he can find something or someone to keep him on the right path.

I battle this constantly as I’ve been trying to lose weight all summer. It’s all about replacing bad habits with something better for me.

What do you do to avoid temptation? 

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Hope for Her – Top 10 Favorite Lines – #9

Through out the month of September I’d like to introduce you to the characters and my Top 10 favorite lines in Hope for Her.

Carrington Olivia Butler

FAVORITE LINES

Line #9 – Chapter Two: 

I considered my high school experience normal, in the strictest scene of the word: normal activities, normal parties, and normal boyfriend. My girls and I infiltrated the cool kids club occasionally. My junior year, I caught the attention of Matt Brennan. His popularity extended to me due to our relationship, and I held popular girl status by association until graduation.

Carrington spent her life living in the shadow of her more successful siblings, but now she is ready to shine. I can related. My brother lives a charmed life and I have to remind myself we just took different paths.

Do you have a sibling who’s life seemed a lot easier then yours? 

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Hope for Her – Top 10 Favorite Lines – #10

My second novel comes out on October 1st and I am super excited because it’s a unique story and it takes place at my alma mater, FSU (Go Noles!) and it has some intense moments and it’s the first book in a SERIES.

I wasn’t sure I could write a series because let’s face it, I have the attention span of a two year old, but I did it. And, I love it. I hope you do, too.

Through out the month of September I’d like to introduce you to the characters and my Top 10 favorite lines in Hope for Her.

Josh Griffin

FAVORITE LINES

Line #10 – Chapter One: 

“Yeah, FU’s PKP’s snort pixie dust and sit in a smokehouse in the backyard singing old Negro spirituals.” I collapsed into the nearest leather chair. “Hey, but, we’re all brothers. No matter where I pledged, right?”

I stared at him, waiting for his answer.

“We are brothers.” Jackson stood up. I followed and relaxed knowing he meant more than our fraternity connection. I missed my oldest friend.

While this is a love story, I had the opportunity to explore this relationship between my male MC (Josh)  and his best friend (Jackson). This is also the first book I’ve written in duel POV from the female and male MC. Challenging, but it had to be done and I had to maintain it through out the series. My beta readers said I did a good job with making the voices so distinct, they never got confused (Wipes the sweat from my brow).

Do you like duel POV or would you rather hear from one POV through out? 

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