WEBook president Ardy Khazaei praised her work: “Reeves has been remarkably prolific and successful on WEbook since joining in December 2009. The first page of her complete novel, Innocence and Arrogance, was one of the three highest rated submissions to PageToFame (our unique, reader-driven, book selection process) . Kimberly is also a ‘Top Writer’ in the WEbook community, having uploaded 32 projects and received over 2,500 comments on her work. We’re very excited to see talented writers like Kimberly getting the recognition that they deserve from readers and other writers on WEbook.”
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Here is a short excerpt from Reeves’ novel, Innocence and Arrogance.
She studied the man before her as intently as he was studying the forms in front of him. He’d stood up to shake her hand when she first walked in and Mina’s knees immediately started to tremble. He had to be at least six foot three or four, with broad shoulders, jet black hair and eyes the color of a clear summer sky. He was quite possibly the most devastatingly handsome man she’d ever seen.
Scott Travis exuded a masculinity so potent women probably threw themselves at him shamelessly, she thought, then almost laughed out loud. There was no probably about it; she’d seen enough of the sugary smiles and batting eyelashes as her competitors filtered in and out of his office to know it was a certain fact.