Look With Your Heart

Book Cover: Look With Your Heart
Part of the Different Worlds series:
Editions:Paperback: $ 14.99
ISBN: 978-1693067860
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 393
Kindle: $ 3.99

Sometimes love is right in front of your eyes . . . but what if you can't see it?

Aspiring actor, Dylan Connor doesn’t have time for relationships, but a fling, sure. Will pretty American Caroline Kwiatkowski capture more than his attention?

Caroline Kwiatkowski has never been with a man. Handsome British tour guide Dylan Connor may change that, but her virginity won’t be the only thing she’ll lose.

Torn apart, separated for years by continents and misunderstandings, their lives take drastically different turns. One experiences boundless success and the other devastating tragedy.

Thirteen years later, happenstance re-unites them. Can Dylan convince Caroline to look with her heart and believe that love really does conquer all, or is he too late?

An epic love story of two hearts meant to be together. Will they find their second chance at love? A modern take on Jane Austen’s Persuasion. Grab your copy today!

Publisher: PAK Publishing
Cover Artists:


Her lemon scent tantalized me as I nuzzled her neck and breathed deeply. “We could have this.”

She tensed in my arms, but she didn’t argue, so I pressed my luck. “You’re so good with her, Caroline, you would be a wonderful mother with so much love to give. Give it to me, give it to our children.”

So still, so quiet, she hung her head, hiding her face. Her shoulders shook as she began to sob. I pulled her around to face me, tears streamed down her face—full of anguish.

I felt like an arse. “Sorry, luv. I promised. You’ve got so much going on now with your father. You don’t need me pressuring you. Please forgive me.”

She shook her head. “No, it’s not that.” She wiped her nose with the back of her hand.

I waited, wondering what had her so upset if it wasn’t my words.


“You deserve this. I’ve been thinking about it all night. You deserve this,” she repeated, “and I can’t give it to you.”

“But you can, don’t you see? Together we can do this.”

“If you were a plumber, a teacher, almost anything other than being in show business, I might agree with you. But you’re not.”

“I’ll quit show business. I’ve been considering it anyway if I don’t get that role. I’m a has-been, washed up. It’s time to back out.”

“Absolutely not. If you did, you would grow to resent me, maybe even hate me. I couldn’t live with that. This is your life, it’s what you’re good at. It’s been your dream all these years. It’s who you are.”

I tried to make light of the situation, so I teased. “Are you saying I’m not good at anything else?”

Her lips curved in a reluctant half smile. “You know that’s not what I’m saying. Acting is your passion. No one should have to give up their passion for someone else.”

“You’re my passion,” I whispered pulling her closer to me.


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.