Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Yesterday today always by Melanie Robertson-King

Genre: Psychological Thriller with romantic elements.
Release Date: September 6, 2017
Publisher: King Park Press
Will a reckless moment from her past come back to haunt her?
Devastated by the death of her husband, Colin, in the London bombings on July 7, 2005, Katherine
-Whithorn builds a wall around her heart determined to never let anyone in again. Settling in to a
comfortable routine, her life becomes mundane, until five years later when someone from her rebellious
past returns to the city and begins stalking her.
As the curtain falls on 2010 her first love, Jared Martin, walks back into Katherine´s life. Despite him
being her first love, he must tear down the barrier she´s created to protect herself. Finally seeing a
second chance of a life with him, Katherine couldn´t be happier until another cruel twist of fate strikes.
The helicopter returning from the Alpha Ecosse platform, on which Jared is a passenger, ditches in the
North Sea. Can he survive the ordeal?
Will they get their chance for happiness? Or is fate still not done its dirty deeds? Katherine’s stalker
may have his own agenda.

While Katherine fumbled with her key, the handsome man’s steely blue eyes bored through her. A bead
of sweat formed at the base of her skull and slowly trickled down her back. She became
cotton-mouthed. No longer a silly teenager, why did he still have this effect on her after all this time?
When she finally managed to keep her hand steady enough to insert the key and turn it, he spun
her around and mashed his mouth on hers. His tongue teased her lips open and he pulled her to
him. Her pulse quickened and she let herself melt into his strong arms, those years apart,
“If we don’t soon go for that drink, I won’t be responsible for my actions.” His voice was husky.
At that particular moment, Katherine wanted time to stand still. Pressed against him was a place
she could spend the rest of her life. She nuzzled her head into the hollow at the crook of his neck
and hugged him tighter. He caressed her forehead before disentangling himself from her grip and
wrapped his arm around her.
The tang of the salty North Sea and fumes from the ships in the harbour lingered in the heavy air.
Those smells, while powerful, couldn’t mask the seductive aroma of men’s cologne. When they
dated before, he wore Hugo. Was he wearing that now? Held next to his muscular body and
inhaling his scent, Katherine lost her balance and toppled into him when one of her stiletto heels
slipped into a crack between the cobbles. Despite the streetlights, shadows formed. The gaps
between fixtures were dark. No wonder she twisted her ankle.
“Are you all right?”
“Just a bit clumsy. You would never know I walk this street every day in these boots. I feel like an
arse.” Her cheeks burned from the heat of her blush.


He emerged from the shadows and leaned on the wall of the cinema. This man who kissed her was so
cocksure of himself. That man would be removed from her life. She was his and only his, for the taking.
The fiery red haired beauty would not be stolen from him. She belonged to him. Of that, she could be
More people appeared on the street and he slinked back into the darkness to remain invisible.

Melanie Robertson-King has always been a fan of the written word. Growing up as an only child, her face was
almost always buried in a book from the time she could read. Her father was one of the thousands of Home
Children sent to Canada through the auspices of The Orphan Homes of Scotland, and she has been fortunate to
be able to visit her father’s homeland many times and even met the Princess Royal (Princess Anne) at the
orphanage where he was raised.
Melanie began her professional writing career in non-fiction. She published eight of her articles. One
graced the cover of an international publication. At the same time, she continued to develop her writing
voice: short stories (both fiction and non–fiction) as well as novel-length work.
Her debut novel, published by 4RV Publishing, A Shadow in the Past, came out in the summer of 2012.
Melanie even made the trip to the Kansas Book Festival in September to celebrate the launch of her
novel. She met her publisher and editor face–to–face for the first time, along with two other authors
from the publishing house.
Other works by Melanie include a compilation of short stories, The Consequences Collection; a
children’s chapter book geared to ages 7–11, Tim’s Magic Christmas; and a short novel set in a
fictitious Eastern Canadian haunted house, The Secret of Hillcrest House. Her short story, Cole’s
Notes, was included in EFD1: Starship Goodwords, published by Carrick Publishing, 2012.
The sequel to her debut novel, Shadows From Her Past, came out in the summer of 2016. She released
her latest novel, YESTERDAY TODAY ALWAYS, in September 2017.
When she’s not sequestered in her cave writing, plotting or editing, you’ll find her out about. In
addition to writing, she loves to travel, prowl through cemeteries (the older the better), and photography.
Cole’s Notes has been re-edited and has been released as a free read through her website and blog.

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