Mz. Robinson Love, Lies & Lust Series Continues

18 Feb
No Ordinary Love by Mz. Robinson
The Love, Lies &Lust Series Continues . . .

In the 5th installment of The Love, Lies & Lust Series, Octavia and Damon are back and more in love than ever. Together they’ve seen their share of death and destruction. Now, with the conviction of Octavia s abductor, their lives can finally return to normal. However, there is nothing normal about being a Whitmore and trouble always seems to surface when it’s least expected. When the unthinkable happens, Octavia is faced with her most devastating tragedy yet and slips into a pit of depression where her mind seems to be her number one enemy and maintaining her sanity is slowly becoming a losing battle. There is nothing Damon won t do for Octavia but there are some things even his love and money can t repair. The more he attempts to console her, the further she pushes him away. What is a man to do when giving his all is just not enough? As the drama unfolds, Octavia and Damon are reminded that life is far from a fairy tale and very few people get their own happily ever after.

Excerpt from No Ordinary Love

I slipped in and out of consciousness while everything around me appeared in a blur. I could feel myself moving, hear the sound of tires screeching, and smell the distinct smell that only came with a new car. I was in the back of a vehicle. “I need you there immediately!” I heard a woman say before I passed out again. I can’t tell you how many seconds passed, but I was later on my back with my legs up in stirrups, lying on a bed. The sounds and smells around me were notification that I was in the hospital.

“We’ve got to get her stabilized!”  A man screamed. “This baby is coming now!”

“Damon,” I said softly, attempting to fight against the weight bearing down on my eyes.  I looked around at the figures surrounding me, wanting desperately to be able to make out the faces and distinguish between the voices.

“Who’s Damon?” the man asked.

“Her husband,” the woman replied.

“Something’s wrong,” I whispered.  I felt heavy pressure in the center of my chest while in between my legs I felt hands, then the weight of what I knew was my child’s head breaking through my gateway.

“It’s a boy.”  I heard a soft hum, followed by the words, “We’re losing her!”

 I slipped between the gap of life and death; thoughts flooded my brain like raging rivers overtaking unprotected lands. I thought about my husband and the life the two of us shared, of my daughter and the joy she brings, of my parents and their unyielding love, of the baby I had just given birth to, and lastly of Shontay and the last moments of her life. I closed my eyes then took a deep excruciating breath, the one that was designated to be my last.

(  Continues…  )

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No Ordinary Love by Mz. Robinson
Part 5 of The Love, Lies & Lust Series (Contemporary Fiction)

About the Author
Mz. Robinson
was born and currently resides in Huntsville, Alabama. She is a Criminal Justice major and worked as a Realtor before deciding to write full time. Although, she began writing as a child, it was not until much later in life that she began to pen short stories. After falling in love with the characters she created, she turned one of her short stories into her debut novel: What We Won’t Do For Love. After completing her first manuscript, Mz. Robinson took a break from writing to pursue other career opportunities. However, deep in her heart writing was always her passion. Five years later she decided to pursue her passion and secured her first contract with G Street Chronicles. Today Mz. Robinson has eight  published novels with many more on the way.

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