Title: Lucky: A Love Lane Short
Author: Olivia L. Thomas
Genre: Contemporary Romance Short Story
Release Date: May 9, 2015
Kate Winters is down on her luck. Dumped by her boyfriend and alone, she is faced with the daunting task of moving into a new apartment. With no money to hire a moving company, Kate turns to the one man she knows will never turn her away.
Hiding behind black glasses and a computer, Henry has spent each day at Klein Associates silently pining over his very beautiful co-worker. Now that Kate is available, Henry is ready to shed his quiet persona and go after what he wants.
What starts off as a hard day of moving furniture turns into a night full of surprises and passion when Kate and Henry get Lucky.
Lucky is book one in the Love Lane romantic short story series. Each book can be read as a standalone but are best enjoyed in order.
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Sitting in the conference room at our weekly office roundtable meeting, I spot Henry in a seat down at the end of the long table, looking at me. When our eyes meet, he gives me a sweet smile and a nod in greeting. I nod back, and wouldn’t you know it, the little tingle in my belly returns along with something else I equate to nerves.
I know I should be ecstatic about the new apartment, which I am mostly, but I am also oddly terrified about my coffee date with Henry tomorrow morning. Ever since I accepted the invitation, I have seen a different side to Henry.
He has always been polite—saying hello and goodbye when we pass—but now it is as if his confidence has grown exponentially in my presence. I am not saying we have heartfelt, deep conversations, but he is actually making eye contact now. His smile seems brighter; his eyes sparkle just a little more; and the cherry on top, the cutest, most devilish, little smirk has made an appearance on his face.
About the Author
With a vivid imagination Olivia has been writing short stories ever since she could hold pen to paper.
Now as a busy working mother of two rambunctious little girls she squeezes in time to write whenever she can. You will often find scraps of paper filled with story notes in every nook and cranny of her home.
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