A Summer’s Enchantment releases! From Kathleen Ann Gallagher…

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Cassandra Wales, an independent and determined registered nurse finds her plans for the future shattered when her boyfriend dumps her.  Her witchcraft made him squirm and she wasn’t changing for him. The move into her new home keeps her distracted, but she’ll be sure to keep an eye out for red flags next time.  When an elderly woman shows up at her doorstep and makes an odd request, she comes face to face the woman’s hot and sexy grandson.  He convinces her to come to see his band play. Will she be able to trust a man who has women begging for his attention?

Jake Hill is an ambitious, up and coming lead singer in a rock band. When his grandmother asks him to take her over to her first home, he doesn’t question her motives. Instead, he meets the woman of his dreams. Will she stick around while he climbs the ladder in the exciting world of a rock star?

 How will Jake find the time to nurture a relationship when his music takes top billing? Can the passion between them be enough to lead the way, or will fear of failure take control of their destiny?


The DJ played ‘Always’ by Bon Jovi. “I love this song. It’s one of my favorites.

“Let’s dance.” Jake took her by the hand. He led her to the dance floor, and they found a spot in the far corner, away from the crowd. With their bodies close, they moved as if they’d danced together before. Each movement was slow and seductive. She placed her head on his shoulder, ran her hand across his chest and down to his arm. His breathing sped up as she snuggled up against his cheek.

“You’re driving me crazy.” Jake whispered in her ear.

Her fingertips were bursting with desire as she caressed his back, making her delirious with longing. Lost in his tender embrace, she felt the warmth emerge between her legs. It felt like they were alone on a desert island, and she wanted nothing more but to rip his clothes off. It was the most sensual dance she’d ever experience. If a slow dance was this good, the sex would be unbelievable. She secretly imagined his lips trailing down her chest to her breasts. His moans tantalized her. Jake buried his face in her neck and she responded with uninhibited whimpers. He sang the song nuzzled up against her ear, making her lightheaded. It didn’t scare her; it felt wonderful. When the song ended, they remained enveloped in each other’s arms. Jake pulled back, but kept his arms around her waist.

“You’re amazing. I’m happy I gave my grandmother a ride the other day. Thank God for her dream about my grandfather.”

“Speaking about your grandfather, I think he’s come back to his old house for a visit.”

“What do you mean? Come on, let’s sit a minute.” He took her by the hand and guided her back to the table. He moved close to her.

“Now, what were you saying?”


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543778_561304280570752_1032586160_nKathleen lives in New Jersey with her husband and their two dogs. She’s a registered nurse who works in an emergency room. Writing has been her passion since she was a young girl. Contemporary and paranormal romance are her favorites. She has three adult children and three lovable grandsons. Her favorite romantic getaway is Cape May, New Jersey. You might find Kathleen on a beach down the Jersey Shore, wearing a straw hat, sipping on an iced tea, dreaming up her next romance novel.


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