Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Mt. Rainier #RomanticTravel #excerpt The Inheritance by Pamela Thibodeaux @psthib


Welcome, Pamela Thibodeaux. Can you please share your fall romantic travel tip with us?

When I think of Romantic Fall Travel, something about the mountains in Washington call to me…rich colors, snow capped mountains. Cozied up in a blanket in front of a roaring fire.

I’ve been to Seattle and Mt. Rainier and let me tell you, driving along those winding roads, dodging waterfalls and hiking in the snow can be very romantic. Even the view from an airplane sends shivers of excitement through the soul.

Add to that, the highest point one can drive on Mt. Rainier is Paradise Point… how much more romantic can that be?





Author bio: Award-winning author, Pamela S. Thibodeaux is the Co-Founder and a lifetime member of Bayou Writers Group in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Multi-published in romantic fiction as well as creative non-fiction, her writing has been tagged as, “Inspirational with an Edge!” ™ and reviewed as “steamier and grittier than the typical Christian novel without decreasing the message.”









Links:

Website address: http://www.pamelathibodeaux.com  



Twitter: http://twitter.com/psthib @psthib


Amazon Author Page: http://amzn.to/1jUVcdU







Title: The Inheritance

URL for Cover: http://bit.ly/Ro5XXB



Blurb: The Inheritance is about the chance we all long for…the chance to start over. Widowed at age thirty-nine and suffering from empty nest syndrome, Rebecca Sinclair is overshadowed by grief and loneliness.  Her husband has been deceased for a year, her oldest child has moved to New York in pursuit of an acting career and her youngest child is attending college in France. Having spent over half of her life as a wife and mother, she has no idea what God has in store for her now.  Will an unexpected inheritance in the wine country of New York bring meaning and purpose to her life and give her the courage to love again? 



US Postal worker Raymond Jacobey has been in love with the little widow since he first set eyes on her.  A wanderer searching for the ever-illusive soul mate, Ray has never stayed in one place too long. Raised by self-centered, high-power executives, he’s longed for the idyllic life of residing in a cozy house in a small town with the love of his life. Will he gain the heart of the lovely widow or will he lose her to the wine country of New York?  



Excerpt: Rebecca’s heart fluttered at the charming, boyish grin he bestowed on her. She knew he’d spoken more than mere words; he’d spoken his heart. Tears filled her eyes and clogged her throat when she thought about what the future might hold. Standing on the threshold of that great unknown, she had never been more acutely aware of anything than she was of this moment, this man.



He was looking at her intently. His thumbs caressed the back of her hands, chasing the chill from her blood. Lethargic warmth stole over her. As though in a fog she watched him lift her hands to his mouth and press his lips to her palm in a caress so tender it sent shivers down her spine.



She lowered her gaze, and he lifted her chin with his finger and waited until she looked at him again. “I want to kiss you, Becca, here in the midst of Paradise,” he whispered, his lips covering hers with devastating tenderness.



Rebecca heard his primitive grunt of satisfaction when he let go of her hands and wrapped his arms around her, pulling her closer. An answering purr escaped her as tiny pinpoints of pleasure bathed her senses with light and color. Never in her life had she felt so alive, so consumed with sensations.



Whether a moment or an eternity, she had no idea how long they stood there, his mouth in sweet possession of hers. All she knew was that when the kiss was over she was plastered against his hard body, her breathing was sharp almost painful and her fists were clenched in his thick, sandy-colored hair. Appalled at her wanton response and the needy way in which she clung, Rebecca flung away with a startled cry of distress, and began to run.



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8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the blog exchange Kathleen!
    Good luck and God's blessings
    PamT

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  2. Sounds like such a sweet story! And I've always wanted to go to Washington. It seems like such a beautiful place.

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  3. Gorgeous photos, Pam! I've never been farther west than the Mississippi (river), but I'd sure love to tour that part of the country. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Thanks Kara and Leah!!
    Good luck and God's blessing to you both!
    PamT

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  5. What beautiful pictues - and this sounds like a great story. such a lovely cover too!

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  6. Lovely pictures, Pam. I'd love to go to Washington someday. Best wishes on your book.

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  7. We loved Washington state on our return from Hawaii last winter. Easterners, we are enjoying our tours of the West Coast on our way home to Virginia from Hawaii where we visit our son at Christmas time. Nice post!
    Also, liked the excerpt--sounds like a wonderful romance.

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  8. Thanks Hywela, Diane and Susan...I SO appreciate you stopping by!
    Good luck and God's blessings to each of you
    PamT

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