When: Sunday, Oct. 25 at 5 PM (EST)
About Baby Love:
The son of an NBA legend, Trent Scott was born a catch and groomed since birth to know it. Little fazes him, including the mystery woman that appears on his doorstep with a baby in tow… even when she claims Trent is the father before disappearing. Until he can prove otherwise and find the delusional woman, he’s stuck caring for a kid he knows can’t be his… or is it?
Brandi Avery is ready to start the next chapter of her life. After coming to the rescue of a frazzled (and extremely attractive) stranger with an adorable (yet obviously upset) baby, she can’t help but fall for Trent Scott… which wouldn’t be so bad if she could convince him to feel the same way about her.
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From Baby Love:
Pulling the door open, he saw a gorgeous woman and immediately thought of Lupita Nyong’o.
“About damn time!” She sounded nothing like the graceful actress.
Trent’s brow raised a fraction, but he didn’t say a word.
“Do you mind?” she asked, setting a foot inside his house.
She cut her eyes at him before glancing at her watch. That was when Trent saw the stroller behind her. Ms. Uninvited set an infant carrier on the ground between them after stepping across the threshold.
“How did you get past the gate?”
“It was open when I got here.”
Trent peered around her because he knew he closed it.
“Earlier when the ambulance was here.”
The woman just shrugged.
“Do I know you?”
“You don’t remember me?” Her angry scowl became masked with hurt.
“Why should I?”
“It’s been just over a year, but not that much has changed other than the child we share together.”
To read more of this excerpt: http://www.tiawithapen.com/the-blog/2015/7/15/baby-love
And don’t forget, you can MEET TIA KELLY at ‘Wine with Writers’ on November 14th at 3 PM in Washington DC where she will be chatting with me, Xyla Turner and you, the readers. Ask Tia in person about her work, have a chance to buy her new release, ‘Love Is’, receive a free swag bag and door prizes, AND discuss the theme: ‘Romance, Realism & Portrayal of African American Women in Modern Popular Fiction’. Tickets to the event are available HERE now!