Posted by: Author | January 30, 2014

New Release- “Some Minutes Last a Lifetime”

The third of the weekend reads series, The Minute Series, is out. It came out last weekend but this is the first chance I’ve had to put it up on the old blog. This one is called Some Minutes… Last a Lifetime and takes place in Rome, Italy.

This is the one with the older heroine and hero. SomeMinutesLastaLifetime_MED
Antoinette Blake traveled to London to visit her daughter and met her favorite actor, Adam Knowles. They’ve fallen hard for each other and, several weeks later, are in Rome, Italy on a vacation. They spend a lovely afternoon strolling around the Colosseum and feasting on gelato in a sidewalk café. Upon returning to their hotel, they run into Adam’s former lover, Cammy Suarez, a sexy American actress who tries to woo Adam back into her arms. Cammy is a much younger woman than Antoinette which causes Antoinette’s insecurities about her own age to rise to the surface, threatening her relationship with Adam.

Adam’s own frustration over Antoinette’s doubts about his love and what he believes to be her irrational behavior as a result of her jealousy of the younger woman make him doubt that he can continue to try to make Antoinette the center of his life.


  1. This the cover that used one of you photo’s isn’t it. I love it and the plot. Wishing you much success.

    • Thanks Lavada. And yes, it’s my photo. Thanks for the good wishes.

  2. I love the title. And I’m so happy for you, getting another story out there. This is a great idea for a series, so well done all around. Congratulations!

    • Thanks Laurie. It was a fun one to write. I liked the older hero/heroine.

  3. Yes, congratulations, and as Lavada said, the photo is wonderful, as well. I have finally joined the 21st century and have this downloaded to my tablet.I am just searching for the time to do the series; the tablet will make it so much easier to snatch time here and there. I am so far behind!.
    (You know you had me anyway, but Rome clinched the deal!)

    • thanks Tonette. I hope you can “see” Rome when you read it.

      • As a credit to your writing,I’m sure that I will.

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