I am delighted to have on our blog today Miss Sabrina Jacobs from K.M. Jackson's newest release, BOUNCE. So, without further ado...

Sabrina, tell us about yourself? What is your occupation? Strengths, weaknesses?

I’m Sabrina Jacobs. A wife, mother and financial manager at DHP and hopefully on the way to being the first minority woman partner at the firm. Though, sadly, that fact comes sometimes at the sake of missing a few kid’s soccer games and dance recitals.

What is your earliest childhood memory?

This is not the earliest but this one is ingrained. It’s of my father‘s back as the door closed behind him when he left my mom, my sister and me for the last time.

What tangible object would symbolize you? 

A Kelly bag. Why? Because a good quality handbag will never let you down. Also you can dress it up or down and it easily adapts to any situation, classing up an outfit.

Describe Sean. What was your first impression of him and did it change over time? 

 My husband, Sean was perfection. When we first met he was everything I didn’t know I wanted and every other girl at school did. But for some reason he wanted me and wooed me into wanting him back. Our romance was the stuff of college fairytales.

Is there anything about Sean that you would consider a flaw? 

Besides him cheating on me with that thin thighed tramp? No.

Oh. Uhh. I see. Well. [uncomfortable pause] What is it that you want out of life? 

To feel in control of it once again.

Has life handed you any major disappointments? 

Two. Both with men that I trusted with my heart.

I see. I'm sorry about that. How about a happier question. What CD is in your CD player right now? 

Mary J. Blige’s Be Happy. This song seems to be on repeat in my head.

Blurb thanks to River Hills Press:

Growing up as a young girl, Sabrina Jacobs could only dream her life would be this good. She has a successful career, a famous sexy husband, two children, a house in an affluent Westchester suburb and a shoe collection worthy of a magazine spread. Too bad it’s all a façade.

It has been almost a year since her husband admitted he had an affair with a younger and bouncier coworker. Follow Sabrina as she tries to rein in her out-of-control life by kicking her husband out on his rear, chucking her career and even firing her too-cute-for-the-job nanny. But how will she survive as a stay-at-home mom in the land of designer clothes, designer kids’ parties and designer babies? Hmm… maybe the hunky young French teacher, who has been flirting shamelessly with Sabrina, is just what she needs to take her mind off her problems. Well, not if her husband has something to say about it. Will Sabrina be able to forgive and still be true to herself?


But everything should be. It all really should be. I’m about to have it all.

I give Sean a weak smile and pull him towards me. I kiss him deeply. And I can feel the immediate surprise course though his body. But the surprise doesn’t stop him and it doesn’t take much to get him going. He instantly falls into action, running his large hands up and down my back. Kissing my neck then trailing his tongue down toward my breasts.

I let my mind drift as his mouth wanders. Off to the past. To the time when Sean used to woo me by playing my favorite songs for hours on end. The lyrics talking about being with me until the end of time flow through my memory as Sean continues his languid journey stopping at all the places he knows too well to get just the desired response from me. He kisses and I shift. He licks and I sigh. He strokes and I arch. All the while my body goes from sensation to sensation while my mind is at war going from memory to memory. Pleasure to pain. Opening doors to rooms that I don’t want to see. Images that I’m too afraid to face. Me as I could be, dried crust from the tears in the corner of my eyes, hair a wild nest and me on the floor not able to get up once again.

This is the image I am seeing of myself ever since that night. The one I keep trying to shut the door on. The one I keep fighting to keep at bay. I took Sean back vowing to never be that broken women. Never again. I got up and put her away. So why is it she’s here, haunting me anyway?

“Baby, where are you?”

I look up. Surprised to see Sean above me. Eyes filled with worry and questions. A part of me wants to close my own eyes and turn away, but I don’t. I face him straight on. “I’m here. Right here.” I give him a smile then angle up to kiss him. Going deep putting my hand between our bodies and guiding him to my center. He fills me and I let my eyes close. Shutting one door and opening another. Letting him in fully and completely. Mind on the future.

Places to keep up with K.M. Jackson:

K.M. can be found on her site at www.kwana.com

On Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/KmJacksonAuthor

On twitter at: https://twitter.com/kwanawrites

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  1. Welcome, K.M.! We've known each other for a while, but this is the first time you've been on, and I've gotta say, I'm thrilled to have you here.

  2. Lovely post, KM. Best wishes to you!

  3. Thanks so much for having me here today MJ (well having my character, Sabrina.) I'm sure she's thrilled to be heard. LOL.
    Thanks to you RT. The wishes are so appreciated!

  4. Whoa! What an excerpt! I'm in awe of your voice. Much continued success!

    1. Thanks so much Deb. I'm so glad you enjoyed it.

  5. Loved the excerpt. Captivating. Wishing you much continued success!

  6. Great hearing from Sabrina, Kwana. And that excerpt is such a grabber...Hooked me in to want the book!

    1. I know! It really makes you wonder what happens to these two. Thanks for bouncing on in today!


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