Mid Week Tease: …there was nothing ordinary about Mia’s life these days. #reverseharem #whychoose
Welcome back to Mid Week Tease! This week I’m switching to a new book. Mia’s Wedding, the second book in The Heiress’s Harem series releases on Tuesday, so I’m sharing from that for a little while. It’s up for pre-order, and if you buy your books anywhere that’s not Amazon, I’d highly recommend pre-ordering, since the book will be removed from the other retailers on release day so I can put it into Kindle Unlimited soon after. I don’t want anyone to be disappointed.
Mia had just put the lid back on her lipstick when her phone pinged, signalling a text message. She smiled—a few seconds earlier and it might have startled her and made her put lip colour on her nose or something. Not a good look. The message was probably from Elias or Alex, letting her know they were on their way. She put down the lipstick and picked up the device.
Running a little late—don’t be mad. Will explain when I get there. E xx
Mia’s smile faded as she absorbed the contents of the message. She wasn’t mad that he was running late—it sounded like it would only be a matter of minutes, and he’d had the decency to let her know. No, it was the other part of the message that concerned her. That he had something to explain, and that he’d said I get there, rather than we get there. Alex was supposed to be coming along, too. Unless they were picking him up next? His place was en route for Elias, so it’d make more sense to go to him first, then on to Mia’s. She shrugged—she’d find out what was going on soon enough.
Furious. Might not answer the door now. Will make use of Deliveroo and watch Netflix instead.
She added a winky face emoji, followed by one blowing a kiss, so he knew she was joking, and sent the text.
No sooner had she put the phone down than it pinged again. She rolled her eyes—did he have a good comeback for that? Probably—he was the king of witty retorts.
The message wasn’t from Elias, though. It was from Thomas.
Don’t want to disturb your evening out and… after, so I’ll say goodnight now, and I love you. Have a nice time—look forward to seeing you when you get home. Tom x
Mia’s heart skipped a beat, as it always did when she saw, heard from, or even thought of, Thomas Walker. Most people would find it odd—to say the least—that a woman’s boyfriend was texting to say he hoped she had a good evening when he knew she was going out with two other men. But then there was nothing ordinary about Mia’s life these days.
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