Spray Paint Kisses has a release date! - #Teaser #ComingSoon
Yay!

I've been not so patiently waiting for my turn on Evernight's coming soon list to see Spray Paint Kisses jump to the top. It has, finally.

August 20th is the scheduled release day!

*dances*

I adore Spray Paint Kisses. It isn't often I write short stories (it's novella length) as I prefer full length stories that really give me a chance to dig in to the characters and the world around them. Sometimes, though, these characters either don't have a lot to say, or their pretty freaking adamant they can get it out in a shorter span.

Gage, my graffiti artist hero, and Summer, my wandering heroine, were those kind of characters.

So, here's a small teaser, a little intro to the heroine of the story. I hope you enjoy ...


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Summer Davey was always an odd girl.

A gypsy soul, her mother said.

Finicky and trouble, her father liked to tease.

Even her brother, the steady, always dependable of the two siblings, never could quite get a grasp on his sister’s wandering desire. Because that’s exactly what it was, a desire. A need she couldn’t quite seem to fulfil. At only twenty-one-years-old, Summer couldn’t find rest in anything.

In the dark of night, she wanted light.

In the light of day, she wanted quiet.

The low thrumming music whining from a car radio made her dance. The sun shining in through a windshield made her smile. When she drove away at eighteen, just to see where she could go in a day, it was the first time Summer ever felt settled.

Maybe there was something wrong with her like her aunt once told her parents. After all, what kind of girl never had the most basic answers to questions about her own life? What did she want to be when she grew up? Was college in her dreams? Did she ever want a husband, or kids?

Summer didn’t know.

What she did know, above all else, was that she couldn’t stay. At least, not for long.

People often mistook her random appearance and fast disappearance as a sign she was a girl in trouble. As if she was running from something, or someone. That wasn’t the case. Instead, Summer simply stayed long enough to feel the need to move on again.

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Blurb:

He’s left his mark everywhere. She’s still trying to find a place to leave hers.

Gage Masselin is a graffiti artist whose life has revolved around his art, and focused entirely on his career. He’s never needed a muse to get his inspiration flowing, so when an unexpected blonde-haired beauty knocks him out of his zone, he knows he’s in trouble.


Summer Davey is just a traveling girl with a gypsy’s soul. The one constant she has is her need to keep moving on. She’s never stayed in one place long enough to plant roots, never mind finding a man with spray paint kissing the tips of his fingers to make her heart beat faster.


She inspires him. He’s the first thing to ever feel like home.


Sometimes the hardest things to find in love and life are the easiest to lose.


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