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Title: Death of a Waterfall
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Erotic Romance/Suspense Romance/New Adult Romance
Flame rating: Hot
Publisher: Rogue Phoenix Press
Word count: 70k
Born and raised in the small town of Mexico, New York, Kara was an only child who was forced to find ways to entertain herself. Playing make believe with her Barbie dolls and stuffed animals was her first real tasted of storytelling before she became old enough to develop a love affair with the written word.
In early 2010, Kara picked up her very first erotic romance novel, and she was instantly hooked. She loves to write contemporary romance, erotica and young adult romance. Currently she has several full-length novels in the works, a series of novellas, and a handful of short stories. Kara is an active member of the CNY Writers Haven, the Romance Writers of America and the CNY Romance Writers.
Today, Kara resides in New Haven, New York with her husband, five kids and three cats. When she's not reading or writing, she's thinking about reading and writing. And when she's not doing that, she's spending time with her family and friends.
Purchase link: Rogue Phoenix Press
Teghan walked to the door and opened it. "Get out."
He approached her. "I'm not leaving." They stared at each other in a silent battle of wills. "I know I broke a promise to you and I'm sorry, but I come here to fess up, to make things right and I find you with another guy. I'm the one who should be angry here, Teghan, not you." He crossed his arms over his chest. There was no way in hell he was leaving when he knew she was so angry with him--all though he still didn't know why she was so pissed.
"Fine." She swung the door closed.
Donnie hated the way her voice had flattened. "We can get through this," he said.
She faced him. "You wanna know the best part of Alex's message?"
He cringed. God only knows what Alex said. "No." He really didn't want to know, but knew he had to hear it.
"Alex said he still loves me, and that's why he made that bet with you. The one where you two bet me over a basketball game. You know the one I'm talking about, don't you, Donnie?"
Donnie looked at her, stunned. "What?" Of everything Alex could've told her, Donnie hadn't expected Alex to tell her that. Why had he? Surely it didn't look good for Alex either.
"Don't play dumb. I want to know what the bet was," she said.
"Does it really matter?"
"Yes." Teghan folded her arms across her chest and leaned up against the door.
Donnie sighed. "Alex and I bet on a basketball game. I win and I get to take you out. Alex wins and I walk away from you for good. It was just a stupid bed, Teghan. It didn't mean anything. We were drinking and...."
"Who won?" Donnie looked down at the floor. "Who won?" she repeated.