Sue Douglas has no time for men. At least not any more men. She scored her dream job as a publicist for an up-and-coming rock band, but they’re putting her through her paces:
- The bass player despises her
- The lead singer lusts for her
- The band manager dumped a career-ending secret on her
- The band’s record company is determined to see her fail
- And if she even stumbles, she could lose everything.
In the middle of it all, she meets *the* man. The one she wants in her schedule. He sees the mayhem of her life but refuses to let her go. He says he’ll only take her spare time, but there’s no time on a tour that will make or break her as a publicist.
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Sue Douglas has no time for crap. At least not any more crap. She’s trying to turn her dream job as a publicist into her dream career, but it’s more complicated than it looks:
- Her bass player is still a pain in the ass
- Her lead singer is still too flirty
- Their record company is still throwing shade her way.
But then, there’s Adam.
Through it all, he’s there. Willing to take whatever pieces of time she can give him. But his love softens her, and in her world where power is access, softness is a weakness. Now Sue has one very big puzzle to solve: how to cherish the soft without losing all she’s worked for.
Autumn Powell believes the right pair of shoes can change her life, and she’s determined to start the New Year on the right foot. Unfortunately, the pair she’s wearing isn’t hers.
Chester Quartermain has a great eye for detail, and the woman before him is a masterpiece. Too bad she’s wearing his stolen shoe design.
Getting her out of them might have to be his New Year’s Resolution.
Let’s Keep This Brief
Let’s Keep This Brief is a National Novel Writing Month project. It’s a collection of short stories and flash fiction from silly to serious.