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Title: Fragments (Running on Empty, #1)

Author: M.R. Field

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: December 8, 2014




Under the lights, amongst the jazz shoes, blistered feet and caked faces of the dance troupe, you

pretend you’re someone else. The melody begins and your body responds. You allow it to weave into

your skin until it’s made itself home in your soul. It is that dance that drives you. It is that dance that will

continue to save you. It is that dance that will release you.

Until him.

Until your heart can no longer shut him out, even after he’s pushed you


You can’t let him in again, can you? There’s only so much of your heart

left to give.


She is the reason I can’t stay. The reason that the covered bruises, the

lies and the hurt are too much. I am no good for her. But when I see her again, I can’t stay away. Like

Dante said, “The path to paradise begins in hell.”

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“What’s got your chuckling over there, Bea-Bea?”

I inwardly sigh at my nickname. “Ah … nothing. It’s just me

being silly.”

“Hmm …” he muses. “Sure … care to share?”

My face heats up. I don’t feel so brave anymore.

“No, it’s okay, really.” I cover my cheeks in


He notices instantly and starts pecking at me. “C’mon,

Bea-Bea! You can tell me … pweeease?”

I lower my hands and give him a look. Should I? Shouldn’t

I? His lips pucker in a duck face and I can’t help but laugh. You’ve asked for it. “Well, seeing as it’s such a

shock for you to see me in my dance clothes, I contemplated wearing little outfits around the house just

to watch you stumble and perhaps crash into something.”

I can’t help but grin; it feels nice having the upper hand in

teasing for a change. Winding up the window, I notice that for once he hasn’t replied. I’m in my element,

so I keep on going. “You know, just walk around and vacuum or answer the door, daily activities that I

don’t care for, but just so you can act like a fool … Geez, Alex, never thought of you being shy. How

times have changed.”

For a moment, I think I’ve embarrassed him, then as I tilt

my head over my shoulder to see him, he’s not looking embarrassed. In fact, he’s looking … a whole lot

tense. Narrowing my eyes at him, I challenge him with, “Um … care to explain why you’re clutching the

steering wheel? Are you mad?”

He tilts his chin to the left and I follow its track, seeing the

dance studio is in front of us. Oh, that was a quick trip, albeit a little weird just now.

“Oh. Well, thanks for the lift. I should be finished by four

or five. I’ll tram back, no need to chauffeur.”

He pulls over as I’m collecting my tote from my feet,

“Thanks again.” I smile, clearly trying to brighten up the tension I’ve caused. I grab the door handle, but

am stopped when his large arm comes across my chest, essentially blocking me in. Our gazes


“Bea,” he says softly, “I like that red underwear you


“I … ah … am wearing it… today,” Releasing his arm from

the door handle, he gently holds  my face while staring intently into my eyes. “I especially like it when

you wear your nightgown. That blue one you have on the clothesline? Try putting that one on and

seeing what I’ll do.”

My breath hitches as I stare back into his eyes, my

breathing suddenly coming in fast but

shallow breaths. He isn’t joking with me. His eyes have

darkened, and his chest is rising rapidly also.

“See you tonight,” he whispers, and his hand cups my

cheek. Please, please, please kiss me. Before my impatience takes over and I can move forward to kiss

him, he’s leaning back and fastening his seat beat.

What just happened?            


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About The Author

M.R. Field

M R Field is an author from Rural Victoria and has completed a Bachelor’s

degree with Honours from Latrobe University, Melbourne. After growing up with the river at her front

door, she returned back to her hometown after many years of living in the city. She now lives a tranquil

lifestyle with her husband and two young children.

M R Field has always held a love for writing, filling journals as a child

which progressed to more eloquent pieces as an adult. After ten years of creative instruction, she

decided to turn these ideas into manuscripts. She adores creating new story lines and is a big fan of a

happily ever after, but believes strongly in making her characters work for it.

She has recently decided to join the independent publishing world with

her debut novel, Fragments, due for release on December 8th, 2014.

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