Crimson

CrimsonThis is the story of Trisha, an Irish girl with red hair and a lot of fantasy she has been waiting to experience. All of her life, she had been looking for the perfect guy to open her heart to and to reveal her secrets to. He wouldn’t just appear out of nowhere. This she was certain of as she didn’t believe in fairy tales.

But Trisha believed in herself, despite the fact that she had a reputation of being a hot-head and laying proof to the stereotypes of girls with red hair. She had a very short fuse and it was this tendency to have outbursts of anger that had ruined so many good things in her life, including good relationships.

Trisha began to believe she would never meet the perfect guy. And she was right because there was no such thing as a perfect guy.

Enter Derrick, a handsome guy she met at a club one night. And suddenly, Trisha didn’t know what to think. All she knew was that Derrick was more perfect for her than any guy she had met before. So, with boldness in her heart and diapers in her trunk, Trisha traveled to a café to open her heart to him – with the hopes that he just might be the Daddy she believed him to be.

With her electric eyes and her fiery red hair, Trisha dared to go into uncharted territory as her life was about to change forever.

This is Trisha’s story – every steamy, heart-pounding, breathless and satisfying word.

Samples:  Introductions    –    “The Lasting Impression

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93 responses to “Crimson

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