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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / Collections & Anthologies
  • Language:English
  • Series title:The 10 O' Clock Encounter
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:30
  • eBook ISBN:9781483528618

The 10 O' Clock Hour

Romance Sizzles in the Darkness of the Union Square Train of New York City

by Linda J. Wolff

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The journey starts with the encounter of man and a woman who by accident bump into each other in the darkness of a subway train in Union Square in New York City.

Love takes on a new meaning in the darkness as a train lurches forward to the next station stop. Sizzling, Tantalizing!


The journey starts with the encounter of a man and woman who by accident briefly meet each other. The lurch of the train moving forward force an encounter. No words are spoken.

Just an exchange of a touch, a silly, sweet smile. A business card is slipped into the hands of Emily. Then she is left with the notion of what could be and her feelings of the silent tantalizing moment of a brief encounter of love.

About the author

Hi I'm Linda J. Wolff. I'm full of "attitude! Some people think of "Attitude" as bad. I think of it as good. Your "Attitude" about life is totally real ... The "Real" fact of life is; you hold the KEY to your destiny. You can choose to use the key and open the door to success. Or conceal the key away for life AND lock it away somewhere. We can blame others for our faults. Be bitter to the "Bitter" end and let the bad consume us. Let me tell you my story. Remember "Life is a Story".

As a child; I lived in poverty. My dad worked every waking hour to provide food and clothing to 6 of us children. Me being the middle child. He had a auto mechanic business at the time. My mother; she was a stay-at-home mom. She also did the bookkeeping for my dads business. As a teenager; I was rebellious. Angry.

I wanted what everyone else had. I had to live with hand-me-downs. But I did learn; if I wanted material things, to get off my bum and work for it. I thought my parents were robbing me of LIFE! I blamed them! Boy was I wrong! Life dishes you bad times and good times. It comes down to what you want to do with them You can live your life being angry, bitter, blaming your government, your parents, co-workers, etc.

I chose the later; I took my experiences "good, bad, or indifferent" and turned it into helping others. Guiding or inspiring others. Life is not about what you can take from it; its about giving. I'm here to inspire you with my poems, stories, and quotes ... Read more at Attitude Bomb