The night Chance Duncan drunkenly kissed me on his couch, I vowed my
revenge. I finally had something over his head, something that would
bring him to his knees. It only served him right. He bullied me for
years and turned me into this messed up person I am now.
Though I didn’t know at the time he wasn’t that mean little boy
anymore. He was almost a man and easily stole my breath away. I just
wanted to make him fall in love with me, then break his heart into a
million pieces. Just the way mine was. Instead he put the pieces back
together and I started to feel whole again.
Good things never last. He did what I was supposed to do. Broke my
already fragile heart all over again. Betrayed and alone I fled my
home town and started a new life where I wasn’t in the shadow of what
Now he is back and trying to worm his way into my heart, again. Though
he will never know it will always belong to him. He hurt me and I want
nothing to do with him. Life has other plans. Doesn’t it always?
He doesn’t know though. Doesn’t know what I’m hiding or who I’m hiding
from. I never thought I would see Chance again and I’m afraid that
he’ll get hurt getting mixed up in my mess. Though he is right in the
middle of it, without even knowing it. I have to find a way for us to
get out, before somebody dies.
My name is Norma Jean and this isn’t a fairytale.
She enjoys reading, writing, and drinking tons of Dr. Pepper.
You can find her sitting on the couch with either her head in a book or typing on her laptop.
Q) What would you say is your interesting writing quirk?
Q) What books have most influenced your life most?
Q) If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in any of your books?
Q) Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?
Q) What was the hardest part of writing your books?
Q) Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?