Sara Daniel Romance Author: Live in the Moment or Plan for the Future? 99cent sale on Capitivating the CEO @DecadentPub

Friday, June 6, 2014

Live in the Moment or Plan for the Future? 99cent sale on Capitivating the CEO @DecadentPub

I’ve always been a planner, but as I get older, I realize that the times I am happiest are the ones when I’m relaxed, living directly in the moment, enjoying life with my family. The times I am most stressed are also the ones where I haven’t planned well, and everything is blowing up in my face, leaving me stressed and overwhelmed by the moment. So, to live in the moment or plan for the future? I think most of us can agree there’s probably a compromise somewhere between those two extremes, but what happens when you put those two extremes together? In Captivating the CEO, sparks fly!

Colin Vanderhayden might only be thirty-five, but he has retirement on his mind full time. Those financial gurus who encourage you to save and scrimp and plan for the worse? They have nothing on Colin. He is all work and no play, determined not to let his life crumble around him the way he watched his grandparents’ plans for retirement dissolve into tragedy.

Then Willow Jeffries steps into his life. If Willow wants something, she does it now. She doesn’t defer gratification. After all, who can guarantee you’re going to be around in the future to enjoy all those things you put off? Certainly not Willow. She doesn’t know how much time she has, but she’s going to make every minute count right now, and what she wants to do most with her time is show Colin how to have to good time and relax.

And she might just be making progress, as long as she doesn’t slip up and allow Colin to start planning on her as part of his future…

When live-for-the-moment massage therapist Willow Jeffries bursts into Colin Vanderhayden's office, she makes it her mission to loosen up the future-focused CEO, knowing each moment of the present is too precious to waste. Despite her immediate attraction, the only future she can offer is one full of heartache.

The last thing Colin needs is a flighty woman messing up his carefully-constructed plans, but her heavenly massages and addictive personality prove hard to resist. But he has no idea how sick she is.

No longer able to ignore her life-threatening medical condition, Willow slips away to spare Colin a miserable future with her. Is Colin willing to sacrifice his well-laid future plans to get Willow back?


  1. Hope you captivate lots of sales on this promo Sara. :)

  2. I like the tagline! And gee, Colin describes my husband perfectly. When I met him he mentioned retirement - he was 26. I'd never given it a passing thought. Mind you, thanks to him, now that we have just retired, we are not yet starving. If it had been left up to me, we'd both still be working. Better tell Willow that.

  3. A sweet touching novella which I loved. I bought it at full price, but I don't mind one bit.