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If You Only Knew: Exclusive Excerpt

An exclusive excerpt of a selected scene from Zanna MacKenzie's If You Only Knew (February 4, 2014) is available on Heroes and Heartbreakers to members. Please log in or register at right to read the full excerpt.

If You Only Knew by Zanna MacKenzie

If You Only Knew is a contemporary romantic comedy of brilliant proportions!! Do you have the courage to feel the fear but fall in love anyway? Faith owns The Coffee Pot in the outdoor adventure sports mecca of Derbyshire's Peak District. She hasn't had a man in her life for a while, as she has been too busy serving cakes to weary rock climbers and mountain bikers to find time for the complications of a relationship with the male of the species. Then Zane and Matt arrive on the scene as the new owners of the Carrdale Adventure Sports Centre. Dating Zane, she soon discovers he's not the Mr Perfect she thought he was; and why is he so reluctant to talk about his past? As for Matt - well, to Faith he isn't Matt at all because he was a completely different person when he broke her heart all those years ago. With her new boyfriend and her first love running Carrdale as business partners - Matt out to cause trouble and Zane keeping secrets - Faith struggles to keep the peace between them whilst trying to figure out how she feels about the two men in her life...

Get a sneak peek of Zanna MacKenzie's If You Only Knew (available February 4, 2014) with an exclusive excerpt of a selected scene.

“You OK?”

“Fine. I’d forgotten quite how steep this walk up to the top of the fell is, that’s all. I guess I’m out of practice. I used to be part of a local trek group and we went out every week, but now they only meet on Sundays, and we’re so busy at the café at weekends that I had to stop walking with them.”

Zane slowed and turned, walking up the hill backwards now, waiting for Faith to catch up. She’d done really well, pretty much keeping up with him throughout the steady climb. He’d known she was quite fit (after all, entering the hill race wasn’t for the faint-hearted), but maybe, he conceded, he’d been walking just a little too fast on this occasion. He was used to gauging the right pace for treks when he led groups on hill walks as part of his work. Today though, for some reason, he’d not been concentrating properly, and had ended up pushing the pace too much. No matter how fit Faith might be, it hadn’t been very gentlemanly of him to go racing off up the hillside. 

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