My name is Jami Wagner. I’m a lover of all things romance. The second book in my Black Alcove series, Just One Night, is a journey of fighting for true love. Love knows no distance.
Let’s Get To Know Jami Wagner
Q: If you could go back in time before you published your first book, what advice would you give yourself about publishing?
A: If I could go back in time, I would tell myself to be patient and to do more research. All publishers are different and most will offer feedback even if they reject your work. Use that feedback to make your work better before submitting again.
Q: What fictional character would you punch if the face if you thought you could get away with it without going to jail?
A: From my own books, Abby.
From someone else’s books, I’d say Nan. She’s from Abbi Glines Rosemary Beach series. She is horrible. I do however, hope my opinion changes when her book comes out, but she has done some bad things and I don’t know if she can come back from that.
Q: Pick a super-power and tell us what you’d do with it.
A: I would like to have a super power that I’ve made up. It would be that anything scene I dream up in my mind, awake or alseep, would just magically appear on paper. My writing time would go much quicker with this power. All the books I’ve ever imagined would be published at this point.
About Just One Night by Jami Wagner
Sara and Logan have always known their relationship was different because they were never very good at the “just friends” thing. They’re finally ready to embrace a deeper side—but are they ready for big-time problems?
Sara Connelly has a drive for success. She hasn’t made time for men because the way she sees it, a career she can control but a relationship she can’t. Just one night was all it took to send her running on a trip to collect her thoughts and re-group back to her career-focused life. But when she comes home, she quickly learns there might be more important things in life than owning her own business, and that’s Logan Parker.
Logan Parker coasts through life day by day, and as long as Sara is a part of that life, he’s happy. One night has left Logan with the impression that more than friends is an option. But when Sara leaves without an explanation, he vows to show her how important she is to him. When an opportunity gives him the chance to be someone he thinks Sara would be proud of, he doesn’t pass on the offer. Her moving across state lines, however, wasn’t in his plans.
Living in two states is going to be hard. Holding a long-distance relationship is going to be harder. They’ve made it this far, but can they make it work or will distance finally tear them apart?
“You can’t just act like a crazy person!” Sara yells once I’ve caught up with her. She’s walking down the street, and she isn’t slowing down.
“The fuck I can’t! I haven’t heard from you, and when I finally make it down here, you’re out partying and drinking, which you never do by the way, so that’s awesome. You feel more comfortable drinking around some guy you just met than you do around me. That makes me feel real good.”
“Stop it, Logan. It wasn’t like that and you know it. Liam invited me because the bar has been stressing me out. He saw that I needed to relax.”
“Relax, yeah, I’m sure that is exactly what he was going to help you do later tonight.”
“Logan, jealousy doesn’t look good on you. Whatever you have going on in your mind, you need stop it and chill out. Liam and I are just friends. How many times do I have to tell you this?”
“A couple more. Maybe until I never see you in his apartment again or in his line of sight.”
My favorite quote from Just One Night is:
“You. Are. It. For. Me. You are the only person I want to be with. You are the only person I want to share my crazy unpredictable life with. You. It’s always been you.” – Logan