Letting Go: A Chance for Sparks

James squinted, taking a moment to truly look at her. 

Beryl's black hair was tugged into a tight ponytail. She'd shielded her figure in a snow white sweater, black leggings and ankle boots. The sleeves were tugged past her wrist, hiding every inch of skin, even her fingertips. Her arms were folded tight. Her balance kept shifting. Her striking eyes, in the rare moments they rose to meet his, looked more bruised-violet than true blue. He'd seen other students addled during finals week, but none who looked like this. 
Read the rest of the excerpt from my newest romantic novel here! A Chance for Sparks

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