Release Day – Finding Us by Megan Smith

Jasmine Jennings is running from her past, something she
never wants to deal with again. Starting out fresh in a new city, life is
finally looking up. 
That is until she
meets him — Knox Mitchell. She tries to elude him, but he’s everywhere. When
she finally gives in, he begins to avoid her.
One tragic night,
Knox’s future was ripped away. His body and soul crave revenge from the man who
took everything away from him, but when Jasmine crashes into Knox’s muddled
life, he’s torn. What is he supposed to do about falling for the girl who was
to be part of his plan for retaliation?
When all secrets
are revealed can they move forward without the past destroying any hopes of
having a future?
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Excerpt:

Knox reaches over and pushes the braid that’s lying over my shoulder to my back and leans over to kiss my exposed shoulder. My eyes close and I want to wrap our time up here in a jar and carry it with me everywhere I go. Everything in this moment is perfect. I’m happy and content which hasn’t happened in some time. I’m always so guarded around everyone except Summer. The reason behind my wing tattoos is because when I finally decided to get out from under Mom and Dad I wanted to find my wings and be my own person. I wanted to grow, change and find my way in life.

“Jas,” Knox says so low it was barely audible.

I open my eyes to the sound of his voice only to feel a tickle on my right shoulder. I don’t move an inch because I know what it is. Out of the corner of my eye I can see a beautiful black butterfly with four spots, white and then blending into purple, on each side of the wings. The end of the wings are all jagged but the intensity of the colors draw away from them.

Knox is able to slip away as the butterfly just sits perched on my shoulder, lightly fluttering her wings. I hear the sound of Knox’s camera snapping pictures as he walks around capturing different angles. I turn my head inch by inch so I can get a better look at the beauty sitting on my shoulder.

A lady who’s wearing a uniform with a patch that shows that she works here comes over to my other side and wipes something cool on the top of my left hand which is resting on my thigh. When she’s finishes she simply walks away. What the hell was that about?

Minutes later the butterfly sitting on my shoulder flies away and another tiny white butterfly lands on the top of my right hand in the exact spot that the employee rubbed whatever it was on my skin.

Knox takes his seat beside me again. “It’s sugar water. The butterflies love it.” He nods to the sign in front of the waterfall. “I read it on that.” Knox adds after I give him a look of disbelief that he would know such a fact.

I lift my hand in the air and the butterfly takes off to a nearby flower. I place my hand on Knox’s leg and give it a little squeeze. “Thank you for bringing me here.”

He places his large hand on top of mine, “You’re welcome, Beautiful. I’m glad you like it.”

 

 

AUTHOR BIO:
USA TODAY bestselling author Megan Smith is a New Jersey native
managing purchasing for an award-winning business IT and software development
firm – and by night creating the memorable characters her fans have grown to
adore. Smith’s The Love Series introduces readers to MacKenzie Cahill – a
hopeful young woman who experiences adversity, challenges and the bittersweet
triumph of true, authentic love.

Megan Smith is a wife and mother, who makes time for her family, professional life
and the creation of the Cahill’s world. Fans of The Love Series – Trying Not To
Love You, Easy To Love You, Hard To Love You – are captivated by relationships,
special bonds and family ties pervasive in Smith’s emotional, energized and
engaging work. Smith is also the author of the 2014 releases, Let Me Love You –
continuations of The Love Series, Finding Us (Finding Series) and a few top
secret projects.
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