It’s the release day for Night Fox, a new contemporary romance from Tia Giacalone! I am so excited about this book!!! Check out the exclusive excerpt and enter Tia’s giveaway!
Beckett Fox lives his life on the edge between danger and responsibility, and that’s all he’s ever known… until he meets Avery. Now, time at home is more appealing than the do-or-die future he’d always pictured for himself.
Fox has everything he’s ever wanted. But he knows better than anyone that life can change direction faster than the wind.
When an accident threatens to destroy his entire world, Fox will have to choose between fighting for what he loves or letting his past dictate his future.
How much strength does it take to move forward when history seems determined to knock you down? And how do you find the path to redemption when you don’t even recognize your own life?
“I burned it.”
“You burned your file.” Woods’ voice had no inflection, gave no clue to his reaction.
“I was drunk,” I said uneasily, rubbing the back of my neck. “It felt like… a metaphor.”
“Very deep, Fox.” Now I heard a hint of sarcasm and I looked up to find Woods smirking at me.
“Okay, it was stupid. But definitely not the stupidest thing I’ve done in the last few weeks.” Or the most out of character.
“No argument there.” Woods got up and walked over to his desk, pulling a folder out of the top drawer. “Did you finish reading it before you lit it on fire? Or would you like another copy?”
“Why are you being so nice to me?” I blurted. “I’ve been a dick to you, to almost everyone in this hospital. Why waste your time on me?”
Woods leaned against the desk, his face serious. “You know why. You’re a paramedic, Fox. We all took an oath of some kind, didn’t we? To help people? You might consider yourself beyond saving, but I believe the exact opposite. It’s time to realize that.”
Tia Giacalone is a hairstylist, a former English Lit major, and blogger-turned-New Adult author. After many years of writing a now-retired personal blog, her work was also featured on numerous forums including Open Salon and Hooray Collective. She believes in eyeliner as a defense mechanism, equal rights, and Marc Jacobs. Her favorite things include One Direction, story time, and the overzealous use of punctuation. When not writing and reading, she binge watches only the best (subjective) TV shows. Tia lives in Southern California with her husband, daughter, and tiny dog.