Author Danielle Sibarium
Jenna Kingsley has a gift. She knows things. With a simple touch she can pick up personal information from jewelry or objects. While at a neighbor’s party, a voice mesmerizes her. Jenna is momentarily frozen as a ring is placed in her hand. White electricity surges through her and a dire prediction is made. “It’s like Romeo and Juliet. You’re going to break my heart.”
From the moment they meet, Jenna is enchanted and entranced with Reece Walton. She’s thrilled to learn he’s spending the summer two houses away from hers. Every moment they spend together is magical. But she can’t get the prediction out of her mind. As the summer draws to a close and secrets are revealed, can Jenna get past the fear of being left with a broken heart to live in the moment with Reece or will her fear of being hurt fulfill the prophecy?
Thanks Amy for having me here today.
I bet you expected to hear from Reece or Jenna. Everyone wants them. At least someone around here has good taste. Here’s a little hint. I’m much more interesting. It’s not until I’m mentioned that things get good, or bad depending on your point of view. Let’s just say my role in all this is intriguing. I mean who knows Reece better than me? We were best friends since the second grade until . . . if he’s not telling, neither am I. But the point is I know what makes him tick, and I’ve never seen him react the way he did with Jenna. Who could blame him for shutting me out and keeping his distance when he met her? I’d stay hidden away with her if I had the chance. She is smoking hot, and there’s something about her. She doesn’t shy away from a challenge. She just looks it in the eye and takes it on head first.
As Reece’s former best friend I felt owed him. I knew something bad was going down. Isn’t it my job to try and help him? Pay him back for the favors he did for me. That’s all I did. I wanted to keep my conscious clear, but dumbhead wouldn’t listen, so I had to send someone else to get his attention. It’s not my fault Jenna got upset. It’s easy to want to blame me. Much easier than admitting the truth. It was his actions sent her off crying. Good thing I was there to comfort her. Every relationship should be tested and Jenna sure seemed to have a lot of doubts. If you want to know what happened when we met up that night, you’re just going to have to pick up the book. There are some things a guy just doesn’t talk about. Even a guy like me.