Obsidian is being rereleased today from Thorndike Press as part of their large print program!
Shelby Teague stood barefoot in the grass, watching him, and for the second time that day, Jamie found he was incapable of forming an intelligent greeting.
"What are you doing here, Mr. Rivard? Come to insult me some more?"
High, green blades of grass covered her feet. Her hair hung down, curling softly against her shoulders. She took a few steps, stopping just a few feet in front of him.
Jamie held tight to his bag, not daring to move a muscle for fear he would say or do something that would scare her off and prove to her that he really was a complete idiot.
"John Case sent me, he told me you had a room for rent."
"And I’m supposed to rent to a total stranger?" She brushed at a wisp of hair that fell forward into her eyes.
"Look, I know we didn’t hit it off well at our last meeting, but I would appreciate the chance to change your opinion of me."
She nodded. "Mr. Rivard, you have no idea what my opinion of you truly is."
Jamie Rivard is searching for the real reasons behind why his friend was killed and all the clues are leading him to Chandler, Maine, a sleep little fishing village that is hiding a scary truth. Mysterious planes circling the point in the night and her brother's sudden disappearance, Shelby Teague is all too aware the cost of making a living from the ocean... But can she trust a stranger with a take-charge attitude and an ability to stir her temper and her sense? They're bringing up more than lobsters in Chandler, and it's only when they learn to trust each other that they can save the ones they love.
"Sabrina, the full time observation of David Larrabee is not a recognized profession. Get down from that tree."
It's on tonight, another of my favorites. Sabrina, the new version, not the old one. This is the one with with Harrison Ford, Julia Ormond and Greg Kinnear. The original with Humphry Bogart is great, too! But the newer one is my favorite.
This movie is filled with great lines. Way too many for me to put in here. There is a sharp, but heartfilled wit about the movie. The relationships are wonderful and the character's motivations are subtle, but real. The movie also has fantastic scenery of Paris and Cape Cod.
"I don't expect you to think of me when I'm gone. You didn't think of me when I was here." Sabrina confesses when she thinks she's talking to David and it's really Lineus.
Sabrina is a ghost of a girl who only wants to be loved. In this case, she wants the love of David. David is the perpetual goof off. He wants to play all day and not have to worry about where the money is coming from. He has an office at the family offices, but not a clue where they are. And he loves women, lots of women. He's made an art form of seducing women.
"So, you people work Sundays now?" David says to his mother and Lineus.
"It's Wednesday," responds Lineus in his dry manner.
Ahhh, Lineus. Harrison Ford as I imagine him to really be like. Lineus is all about being a success and being secure. But when he really "sees" Sabrina he begins to realize that there is more to life than protecting your interests. And when she really sees him. That scares the crap out of him.
Want to know how it ends? Check out the old version or the new. They're both great. After all, it's a romance with a happy ending!
I've been visiting with Nina Pierce this weekend at the KOD Retreat in Portland, Maine. A good time was had by all and the best part was that I could actually come home and sleep in my own bed. That was a definite plus.
I've got a huge weekend ahead of me with two different events back to back. Looking for me? I'll be in Portland, Maine at the KOD Suspense Retreat at the Portland Regency Hotel. Maybe I'll remember to take my camera and get pictures. Something to post here after. If you are in the area on Saturday be sure to drop by the booksigning from 4-5:30. I'll be the one running on massive amounts of caffeine since I haven't slept for a few nights. If you see me, stop me and make me take a breath.
I'll be sure to post when I get back! If you are headed to Portland for the Retreat, I'll see you there!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month... when was the last time you truthfully checked? Do you know your family history? Did you know that cancer has to start somewhere in a family? Did you know that it is a myth that only certain types of breast size and density can affect your chances of getting cancer?
Know the facts and have a mamogram. Do the right thing.