Tuesday, February 16, 2016

The Visionary by @psthib Pamela S. Thibodeaux #EggcerptExchange #Romance

Taylor Forrestier (pronounced Foresjay) The Visionary

1. Nickname: Tay (short for Taylor)

2. Job: My twin brother, Trevor and I own T&T Enterprises and we specialize in Interior Design ; Landscape Artist/Architecture.

3. Level of schooling, or self-taught: Although my twin brother and I attended Ivy League schools and obtained degrees in Architecture and Landscape Architecture as well as Urban Planning and Design, God has gifted me with the ability to ‘see’ what a home should look like when the project is complete – whether it is remodeling, restoration or building from the ground up.

4. Currently residing in... Lake Charles, Louisiana.

5. Significant other: Equipped with oodles and oodles of charm and charisma by the case, Alex Broussard started out as our client but became my husband/significant other.


Blurb: A visionary is someone who sees into the future Taylor Forrestier sees into the past but only as it pertains to her work. Hailed by her peers as “a visionary with an instinct for beauty and an eye for the unique” Taylor is undoubtedly a brilliant architect and gifted designer. But she and twin brother Trevor, share more than a successful business. The two share a childhood wrought with lies and deceit and the kind of abuse that’s disturbingly prevalent in today’s society.  Can the love of God and the awesome healing power of His grace and mercy free the twins from their past and open their hearts to the good plan and the future He has for their lives?

Excerpt: “Thank you for taking such good care of me.”

“I’m not through yet,” he mumbled, then slid off the couch and swung her up in his arms.

Fear snuck in, darkening her eyes. She stiffened and opened her mouth to protest. He brushed his lips over hers and silenced her objections.

“I just want to hold you,” he whispered and laid his forehead against hers. “That’s all. I promise,” he added, unable to camouflage the need in his voice.


He’d offered her another step to relinquish her fear and trust him. Triumph lit his expressive eyes when she wrapped her arm around his neck, smiled, and whispered, “Okay,” then snuggled her face against his shoulder and let him carry her to the bedroom.

With exquisite tenderness, he laid her on the bed, crawled up beside her, and took her in his arms. Taylor felt the strength of his need in the heat and tensed against the hardness of his body. He eased his grip and propped up on one elbow beside her. His eyes pleaded for grace when he stroked the hair off her face and said in a soft, husky voice, “Please don’t be afraid of me; please trust me. I will never force or even persuade you to give more than you’re ready to.”

They gazed at each other for a long, tender moment. She cupped his cheek in her hand, brushed her thumb over his mouth, then curled her fingers in his hair and urged his head down to fasten her lips to his. A low moan escaped his throat, yet he held himself taut.

Taylor ran her hand over his shoulder and back in a soft caress then wrapped her arms around his waist. “Hold me, Alex, I trust you.”

The emotions reflected in his tone caressed her heart when he thanked her in that beautiful velvety-rough voice. He rolled onto his back, pulled the covers over her, and held her while she slept.


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Author bio: Award-winning author, Pamela S. Thibodeaux is the Co-Founder and a lifetime member of Bayou Writers Group in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Multi-published in romantic fiction as well as creative non-fiction, her writing has been tagged as, “Inspirational with an Edge!” ™ and reviewed as “steamier and grittier than the typical Christian novel without decreasing the message.”




Website address: http://www.pamelathibodeaux.com  

Twitter: http://twitter.com/psthib @psthib



Diane Burton said...

Nice interview, ladies. What an intriguing gift she has. Best wishes, Pam.

Alicia Dean said...

Interesting interview. I enjoyed the excerpt!

Diane Garner said...

Lovely excerpt!

MJ Schiller said...

I love the idea of finding healing after great pain through the love of God, and the love of the people He sends to you. Beautiful work, Pam!

Leah St. James said...

Fascinating concept, Pam. Love the tenderness in the excerpt, too.

Leah St. James said...

Fascinating concept, Pam. Love the tenderness in the excerpt, too.

Pamela S Thibodeaux said...

I always say the Holy Spirit is my muse...that has never been more true than with this particular book!

I did my best to get out of writing it LOL but when God asks... "who are you writing for?" you just gotta dig in and do it.

Thanks again for stopping by and leaving a comment.

Susan Coryell said...

Intriguing and compelling--conflict and excerpt both make me want to read this one. Best wishes!