Book trailers, like movie trailers, are a preview of coming attractions. They give you a sense of what the book is about without revealing the plot. So, grab yourself a bowl of popcorn, and enjoy. I also want to thank Rob Resetar for his help with the production.
Stephanie Ellis groaned in protest as the alarm intruded into her sound sleep. "Isn't this supposed to be Saturday?" A pair of arms embraced her, and she felt a warm body cuddle next to hers. An unshaven chin brushed her cheek.
"Yes, it's Saturday. You can go back to sleep if you'd like, but I have to go to the office for a few hours."
"Do you really have to go?" She turned over and smiled. "I can make it worth your while if you'd like to stay."
"Hmm… hold that thought." His hand ran up and down her side and there was a playful tone in his voice. "I won't be there all day you know, but didn't you say something about going shopping with Vanessa?"
"No worries," she said with a grin. "I'll call her and cancel."
"No, don't go cancelling your plans on my account. I really do have to catch up on a few things at the office, but I'll only be a few hours."
"Will your boss be there?"
She gave him a mischievous look. "Well in that case, who'll know the difference if you show up a little late?"
He laughed as he brushed a strand of her long, brown hair away from her face. "You little vixen, you."
Thirty minutes later he hopped out of bed and took his glasses from the nightstand. As he headed off to shower, Stephanie dozed off. She woke up a short time later to his kiss on her cheek.
"Back already?" she asked.
"Afraid not. I'm leaving for to the office now."
"Okay, Danny," she softly said. "Thank you for letting me sleep in."
"Now what kind of host would I be if I kicked you out of bed just because I messed up and got behind at work? I'll be back in a few hours, and then I promise you'll have me all to yourself for the rest of the weekend."