Cover Reveal for Little Moments by Madison Street

Title: Little Moments
Series: Second Chances #2
Author: Madison Street
Cover Design: Lindee Robinson Photography
 Release Date: Spring 2015



Think back to the exact moment when you fell in love for the first time.

That split second. That precise moment.

Can you remember it?

I can remember the day as if it were yesterday: from the light blue dress she wore, to her golden locks curved along her shoulders, down to the shocking tingle when our fingers touched. It was the happiest day of my life, and yet she didn’t even know I existed.

What if you had the chance to relive those moments? Would you take it?

I’ve waited almost ten years for her and my time has finally come.

This split second, this precise moment will change her life forever.

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“Intense. Mind-Blowing. Emotional. Haunting. Shocking. Twisted.”

Holding on tight against my chest, I fight
through the pain as the heated flames burn. Reaching the stairwell, I jet up
the stairs keeping balance as the building continues to tremble. Jumping for
the top of the stairs, I land on the platform. The boy cries out as fear exudes
from his face. Panic swarms my thoughts but I push them out. We are going to make it.
A loud explosion bellows from beneath us
and a fiery blast erupts. The blast blows me off balance sending me straight
into the wall. The boy slips from my grasp as I fly through the air slamming
into the wall. The impact knocks the wind out of me as the dizziness clogs my
head. Debris from the sixth floor crumbles onto the stairwell as the bannister
starts to break away from its hold. I search for the boy, noticing him on the
ground unconscious, still wrapped in my jacket.
Coughing profusely I hoist him back in my
arms, sealing the mask back on his face. The SCBA beeps again, notifying the
three-minute mark. Scanning for the hall window, a sliver of moonlight
illuminates the hallway.
Hosting us off the ground, one arm holds
the boy, while my other grabs hold of the radio. With a raspy voice, “Almost
there Cap.”
“The ladder is waiting for you guys. Step
on it!”
With careful steps, I make way to the window.
In an instant, the building rumbles around us. Flames from inside the apartment
melt the walls and bursts into the hallway. The boy yells out as I tighten my
grip around him.
Large amounts of debris falls behind us
and crashes into the ground, creating gaping holes in the floor. Violent
tremors shake the wooden frames as I struggle to keep balance. A shining light
blinds through the hall window as it blasts open with Carter peeking inside,
The sound of the cracking floor creeps
around me and I look down to see it’s completely tearing apart. My heart beat
stops as I lay eyes on the child and then Carter. In a split, I rip the mask
off the boy and hoist him up, readying to toss him into Carter’s arms.
As the ground starts to disappear from
underneath me, I use all my strength to hurl the boy, tossing him into Carter’s
grasp. A smile curves along my lips as Carter catches him. And with the sight
of the boy safe, the floor gives way and crumbles beneath me.

The roaring plea of
Carter’s voice is the last sound I hear as I fall into oblivion.

2015: Madison Street

Author Bio

Madison Street was born in New York City and was raised in the Bronx, where she resided until she was 17 years old. After 9/11, Madison joined the United States Navy to serve her country.

During the deployments, Madison constantly wrote short stories and she discovered her passion for writing. You will find Madison always on the computer, whether she’s on Facebook, designing websites, messing with Photoshop, or writing for her blog.

Besides writing, her second passion is music and dance. Even though she’s a terrible singer, she’ll still belt it out in the shower, especially if the song is her jam! She currently resides in Virginia with her husband of 8 years, 2 children, a dog, and a cat. She is so excited to start this amazing journey and is honored to be part of such a compassionate and loving community.

Author Links


@givemebooksblog and @madisonstauthor


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