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EXTRACT FROM Just Say It – Character Insight – Elizabeth

The first time he invited her back to his flat for a drink after a cocktail party to celebrate the New Year, she took advantage of his inebriated state. He flopped on to the sofa next to her, and she turned toward him, straddling his lap and pinning him down. Covering his mouth with hers, he felt he couldn't breathe. Although way out of his comfort zone, being pounced on by an eighteen-year-old siren with the sexual appetite of a tigress, resistance was futile. If he had any doubts about the morality of his seduction, Elizabeth had no intention of giving him any time to think about it. In the foggy waking moments of his hangover the following day, he dismissed what had happened between them for what it was, drunk sex. It would never happen again. He only had a few weeks left in London, and he would make sure he kept a low profile.

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EXTRACT FROM Just Say It – Taking It Slow

‘When women hold off from marrying men, we call it independence. When men hold off from marrying women, we call it fear of commitment.’ Warren Farrell Dear Diary Parador de Cáceres – 19th December 1999 'Not quite so much sightseeing today. We had a very long, leisurely lunch, followed by a stroll around the town.... Continue Reading →

OUTTAKES: JUST SAY IT

I've been having one final, brutal, word cull of the final draft. This is one of the scenes I've cut when my MC realises her life is stagnating and I would like to share it with you.

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