Urban Love Prophecy
by Jessica Ingro
Tentative Release Date: June 13, 2014
Cover Designer: Cover It! Designs
Photo by: MaeIDesign and Photography
Urban Love ProphecyThis isn’t a story about a bad boy and a girl from the right side of the tracks. This is the story of a man and a woman discovering love is blind to how you grew up, who your friends are, and where you live. Love sees only the heart and soul of whom it belongs to. Someone once said that the best way to predict the future is to invent it. As a boy, Jayson Santiago made a vow to leave behind the projects where he grew up. He planned to conquer the world and find a woman who could not only hold it down, but also hold him up. Now he’s the reigning king of hip-hop, and while he has the professional success he always wanted, he’s missing the personal success he craves. Victoria Watson is the daughter of an oil tycoon who never wanted for anything. Circumstances have forced her out of her protective bubble and into the real world, where she struggles to make ends meet while finding a way to get back the only important thing in her life. Will they be able to make Jayson’s prophecy come true? Or will they be pushed past their breaking point? It isn’t easy to keep focused on the heart and soul of the one you love when you’re always being tested. Then again, the best things in life are always worth fighting for...
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I felt the bed shift as Jay moved and my body went rock solid. I wasn’t ready to deal with the morning-after fallout. His lips grazed my shoulder and I fought the immediate shiver that followed. His lips began descending down over my back and I panicked.
“We can’t do this,” I said with more prissiness in my voice than I was aiming for.
He stilled his motions and his body came up over mine. His bare chest felt good against my back. Skin on skin was definitely my favorite way to be with him.
“Why not,” he said softly in my ear. His hand shifted my hair so that he could kiss me on the sensitive spot behind my ear. Then I felt his tongue lightly touch me there and I knew that if I didn’t put a stop to this soon, that we’d make the same mistake again.
“Because there was no heat between us.”
I felt him laugh against my neck. What the hell did he find so funny?
“What?” I snapped.
“No heat? Baby, were you there last night? We might as well have started the place on fire there was so much heat.”
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