Eleven Weeks (Crazy in Love #2)
by Lauren K. McKellar
Release Date: 01/2015
Summary from Goodreads:
I wake to the sound of a drill-saw attempting to channel through a concrete pylon right next to my head.
“Why?” I grunt. Only it sounds more like “uggghhh”, even to my ears. Apparently being woken by drill-saw seriously
impedes my ability to form words. I reach my hand out and slam something in front of me, presumably the drill-saw, most likely a clock radio. Regardless, the action makes the noise stop, thank hell.
Ugh. While the blast of noise has stopped, there’s still a ringing in my head of dizzy-making proportions. Not to mention that my tongue tastes like I’ve been eating road-kill. Yuck. I squint one eye open and then scrunch my lid shut immediately as protection from the harsh yellow light coming in through the window framed by black-flowered curtains. What fresh hell
is this? Who has opened my—
I don’t have black-flowered curtains.
I inch open my lid at snail’s pace, this time preparing myself for the assault of light from the left of the room.
Yep. Black floral curtains still there.
I open my eyes wider and take in more of the room in front of me. Aside from the window, there’s a black bedside table with a digital clock on the top of it, right next to a red lamp. The floor is covered in a shaggy-looking cream carpet, a black skirt and red lacy bra lying on top of it.
Please, please no …
I slowly raise the white sheet from my body. Yep, exactly as I’d suspected. My black skirt and red bra.
This, of course, leaves only one question. But do I really want to look? Can I?
I rack my brain, trying to put together the pieces of the night before. There was the party at Joe’s. I’d gone there with Kate, because Dave and the band were playing. Michael. I saw Michael. Tequila. Lots of tequila.
I glanced down at my hand. Seven little lipstick lines mar its surface. One for each shot. At least I can remember that.
But how the hell did I get here? And, more importantly, where is here?
Books in this series:
(Cover links to Goodreads)
Praise for The
Problem With Crazy
life-affirming—one of my all-time favourites.” Glass Paper Ink Book Blog
“This story is beautiful,
heartbreaking and will leave you thinking about it for days to follow.” A.K.A.
The Book Harlots Review
The Problem With Heartache will be released in February, 2015, and is
the conclusion to Kate’s story.
About the Author
Lauren K. McKellar is a writer and editor of fact
For more information on her editing services, click here
For more information on her YA Contemporary (Escape
Publishing, Harlequin Australia) Finding Home
or her NA Contemporary The
Problem With Crazy
, please click on the appropriate links.
In her spare time, she likes long walks on the beach
with her puppies and drinking delicious cocktails prepared by her bar-owning
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