Last Page I Wrote

Putting this here only because I’ve been trying to finish this book for the last few weeks. I can’t seem to write now.

From Tempting, Just Like Sisters Book Two

She stepped toward him, no hint of shyness in her expression now. “You’re my daddy.”

Yes, right to the point. Not a question, but a statement. Just like Maddie.

“Yes, Janie,” her grandmother said gently, placing her hand on top of her head. “This is your father, Ethan.”

She studied him for a long moment before nodding. “You look just like the picture Grandpa gave me.”

He didn’t know what to say so he only nodded yes. She stared for a bit longer and then stepped out into the yard. She searched around the homestead, searching for something or someone. “So where is my new mommy?”


“Grandpa said she would be here today,” Janie said, once again focusing those way-to-old eyes on him. His eyes. “I can’t stay with you until I met my new mommy.”

True eagerness lilted in her voice. An excitement that broke through his heart, leaving him aching to turn back time. He should have forced Maddie to listen to him. He should’ve been more stubborn than her instead of hiding at his new home. He should have bombarded her with visits and calls until she was forced to listen to him.

“So, son, are we finally going to meet that elusive woman of yours?”

Determined to get this book finished by March 1. Have two more stories planned for the series.

Can’t for the life of me figure out why I can’t finish, maybe…

By Theresa Stillwagon

Life is a journey, filled with ups and downs, lefts and rights. Life would be meaningless if it came to us easily. This is my story of a writer's life. Disappointment and rejection, learning and growing, never giving up. That is what my life means. Traditional romances with a Sensual Edge!

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