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Borrowing Time

by Kitt Elliott

Borrowing Time - Kitt Elliott & Cass McAdams
Editions:Kindle - Second Edition: $ 4.99
Pages: 386

Kristofaro Taglieri walks away from a bad relationship and into a private duty assignment that will test his resolve. As a hospice nurse, he’s accustomed to preparing people to die but he has no idea of the battle ahead, one in which he will spar with fate for the life of the man he comes to love.

Gramercy LaFort retired at the height of his hockey career. He has more money than he’ll ever need and the privacy he long desired, but he’s facing an adversary more menacing than any he ever encountered on the ice. Slowly being imprisoned, he has blinders on in the Present and sees nothing more than a bleak Future. Time, for him, is of the essence and the clock is winding down.

Can Kris, accustomed to preparing others to die, help Gram live?  Will Gram learn the true value of time and in doing so will he finally find the one thing he’s searching for?

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His left hand snaked down Kris' back to cup his firm buttocks through the thin material of his pants. After weeks of wondering what his ass would feel like in his hands, Gram finally knew and it was better than he imagined. In turn, Kris' hands encircled Gram's waist, grabbing hold of his back where they caressed and stroked his bare skin, his palms on fire. When Kris plunged his hands beneath the sheet to grab hold of his buttocks, Gram was on the verge of losing it.

About the Author

Kitt Elliott is an Ohio native. She attended Northwestern University. Her first novel, 3751 Daisy Street, actually began as a journal. Kitt says: “I was reared in a household where children were seen and not heard. While that’s a nice thought it effectively took away my voice as a child. Where do you go when no one wants to listen? I didn’t have the opportunity to talk but I could write and words never escaped me. I still journal to this day and it’s from my journaling that I discover the characters that eventually find their way into my stories. I use reading and writing to escape. I especially love to read love stories, and I don't care who the characters are, their gender, or what real or alter world they inhabit. I just love a good love story!" When Kitt is not writing she enjoys quilting, a timeless art she learned from her late grandmother. “There’s something about combining pieces of fabric to make a single thing that I find highly therapeutic.” In addition to quilting, Kitt also enjoys playing cello and listening to Jazz music.