Book Spotlight – With Every Moment – Natasha Frazier

Bio:

Natasha believes that writing is one of her life’s purposes and contributions to the world. To date, she has penned 16 titles, a combination of Christian romantic fiction and devotionals. Her hope is that at the end of every one of her books, readers will have experienced God’s love through the pages and feel like they’ve been wrapped in a cozy blanket with a mug of their favorite coffee/tea/warm drink.

Which five words best describe With Every Moment?

 Second-chance romance

Inspiring

Sweet

Realistic characters

Testing of faith

Can you share one highlight from the book? 

Nina may have uttered something else along with a few others from the McCall clan, but when he heard Danielle’s name, his heart stopped. Nina may as well have thrust her fist to his chest and knocked the air out of him. He hadn’t laid eyes on his Danielle in five years. To know within minutes that he’d see her again made everything inside of him clench.

He wasn’t ready.

Mike had to be certain. “Excuse me, Nina. You mean Danielle Adams, right?”

“Yes.”

Nina covered her mouth with her free hand and widened her eyes in recognition. “Oh, my gosh. I knew something about you was familiar when we met earlier this year. You and Danielle were involved at one time, right?”

Involved may have been putting it lightly. He’d proposed before their relationship ended.

He cleared his throat. “Right.”

“I need to call and let her know you’ll be here. When I invited her, I wasn’t thinking.”

Mike reached out and squeezed Nina’s arm. “It’s okay. It’ll be nice to see her and catch up after all this time.”

Nina squinted for a moment but seemed satisfied with his response.

“Alright.”

She whispered something in Kennedy’s ear before rejoining her family.

Kennedy folded her arms across her chest. Her gaze roamed from his head to his feet. His mother stood in a similar stance.

“Okay, so how do you really feel about seeing Danielle again?”

Mike stuffed his hands into his pockets. “Honestly, I don’t know. There were never any hard feelings when things ended. I understood she was going through a rough time.”

Mabel nodded toward the door. “Well, here’s your chance to find out.”

Mike shifted to face the entrance, and the Christmas song playing through the room and the team’s chatter ceased. She smiled, which he liked to believe was at him, and waved. He had to restrain every muscle in his body to keep from running to Danielle and wrapping his arms around her. Instead, he strolled a few feet in her direction and extended his hand.

“So good to see you, Danielle.” She accepted his handshake. His palm remembered the familiar warmth that slid up his arm. His chest strained from his heart’s gallop. He couldn’t let go. “Still beautiful. How’ve you been?”

“Michael Thaddeus Stewart.”

“Stop, it. You know I prefer Mike.”

Danielle smirked. “I remember everything about you. I was hoping we’d run into each other today. When Nina invited me and mentioned SCI did the construction, you were the first thing that came to mind.”

Mike bit his bottom lip while his eyes roamed her slender five-foot, two-inch frame. Though five years had passed, everything about her remained the same.

The way her eyes captivated him.

The way his heart responded to her presence was like it was filled with helium.

The way being near her made everything alright in his world.

Except it wasn’t. Because she wasn’t part of it.

What is the purpose of this book?

My hope is that readers will be inspired to not give up on love.

 Are there themes that you find turn up again and again in your work? A common thread?

Definitely faith and second chances. I adore second-chance romances.

Which character or part of the book was the most fun to write?

Danielle’s mom, Bernadette. She’s the person who says what everyone else is actually thinking. She’s funny. Which part was the hardest? Mike’s amnesia took a lot of research because I don’t have any experience with selective amnesia.

.Can you tell us something that even your most loyal fans may not know about you?

I can play the flute and once played the bridal processional at a wedding.

Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?

If you haven’t already, please accept this invitation to read and review Mike and Danielle’s story.

Amazon: https://amzn.to/3oxvlM6

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