Take It on the Run by Kay Harris

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    Grace Davies is overwhelmed by a divorce she’s kept secret for months. Afraid to face her friends and family, she runs away from her sorrow, her shame, and her life. She goes all the way to Rio and falls right into the arms of the handsome, flirty Meno.

    Meno Youkhana is more than willing to help a friend in need, especially one he’s been smitten with since he first met her years ago. He offers her a job, a place to crash, and a shoulder to lean on. But he wants to give her so much more.

    Grace may have left her designer luggage on the carousel at San Francisco International Airport, but she shows up in Rio with a lot of mental baggage. Meno wants to help her unpack, but he’ll have a hard time convincing Grace he’s the man for the job.

    Rating: Spicy
    Page Count: 100
    Word Count: 23660
    978-1-5092-2229-2 Digital


    I open the little bubble with Eric’s name and photo. It’s simple and to the point. “It’s official. Our divorce is final. My lawyer will contact you about the house.”

    I push my knees back so they will hold me up. I knew this was coming, of course, but it doesn’t take the sting away. Throughout the plane ride from Rome to San Francisco I’d had the opportunity to think about what I would do, where I would live, how I would survive. But I hadn’t. Instead, I’d stuck my headphones in, cranked up Journey, and read through three romance novels.

    My gaze wanders across the departures board in front of me, mostly to focus on something other than my husband’s message—my ex-husband’s message. It lists all the cities planes are flying to and from. It seems like a person could get to anywhere they wanted to go from San Francisco.

    Right now I want to be anywhere but here. Here I have to answer to my best friend, who is currently waiting in the car, my parents, who want me to be perfect, and my little sister, who is perfect. I am a wreck of a human being, with a deep, dark secret and an open, exposed wound.

    I don’t want to face anyone or anything.

    My eyes roam over the pixels on the screen when I see one that catches my attention. Rio.


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