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Sunday, August 17, 2014

Snippet Sunday!

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17 comments:

Rose Anderson said...

Enchanted Skye ~by Rose Anderson
An ancient charm with potentially dangerous consequences grabs Alex. Here he wonders why he feels so strongly about a woman he just met.
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Alex lay upon his bed staring at the ceiling, his acute senses entangled in Jenna’s presence. From the scent of her on his pillow and sheets, to the tell-tale sounds signaling her nap was over, he was experiencing her. That was the way of his wild Selkie blood — sensorial perspicacity.
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Find my romance wherever books are sold. Sample here:
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/333971

Get to know Rose
http://calliopeswritingtablet.com/

Julie Lynn Hayes said...

When Will I See You Again by Julie Lynn Hayes
After a harrowing night, Alexx finds himself face to face with none other than Raoul Marchand himself.
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Alexx had been staring so intently into Raoul’s grey eyes that he didn’t immediately notice the other man’s state of au natural until his gaze began to wander down along his well-sculpted and very naked body, and his eyes grew big. He was magnificent. Everything Alexx had imagined him to be, and more.
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My Amazon link:
http://www.amazon.com/Julie-Lynn-Hayes/e/B004C9UAXM/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2?qid=1408290525&sr=8-2

My blog:
http://julielynnhayes.blogspot.com

D'Ann said...

From Lily's Summer Cowboy:
A man sat on the rocking chair, spinning a white Stetson on the toe of one of his boots. A striped western shirt hung open over a grey t-shirt snugged against a flat belly and faded Wranglers pulled over taut thighs.
This was Maggie’s grandson?

http://www.amazon.com/Lilys-Summer-Cowboy-DAnn-Lindun-ebook/dp/B00L6J9S20/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1404052260&sr=1-1&keywords=lily%27s+summer+cowboy

Susan Macatee said...

From time travel romance Thoroughly Modern Amanda.

Using all her strength, she pushed him over and tilted her ear toward his mouth. Shallow breaths lifted his broad chest that rose and fell with regularity. If only she could wake him.

http://www.amazon.com/Thoroughly-Modern-Amanda-ebook/dp/B00AQAIHHW/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1355948640&sr=1-1&keywords=Thoroughy+Modern+Amanda

http://susanmacatee.com

Andrea Cooper said...

From Cursed Book 1.5 Legends of Oblivion Fantasy/ Paranormal Romance

“Emir voulan sptrea.”
“What does that mean?”
I eased her chin up and when she looked into my eyes, I said, “We are one heart.”

Amazon BuyLink: smarturl.it/CursedinShadow

James D said...

From Dream Doctor (book two of the Dream Series). Our heroine has discovered that her nextdoor neighbor is lusting after her husband, and she's not dealing with it especially well...

And if she so much as puts a hand on him, I'll cut her heart out. I know how to do it, too. I’ve been reading ahead - the instructions are right there in Grant's Dissector. Page 75.
I think I’ll mark the page with a post-it note. Just in case.

http://getBook.at/DreamDoctor
http://viewAuthor.at/JJDiBenedetto

Thanks for this great opportunity!

Gilli Allan said...

From TORN by Gilli Allan

It was a long time since she’d done anything so impetuous, so stupid, and had lost some of the brazenness needed to face the stranger in the morning. Especially after you’ve thrown your guts up down the loo a few hours earlier, she thought. Had he fancied her sufficiently, after she’d vomited, to proceed with what he had every right to believe was on offer before? If there had been any sex she’d been too far-gone to remember it now.
She had only the haziest memory of what he actually looked like. More importantly did he use a condom?

Find TORN and my other books at http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gilli-Allan/e/B004W7GG7I
Find me at http://gilliallan.blogspot.com

P.J. MacLayne said...

From "The Marquesa's Necklace" The heroine has been abducted for reasons unknown to her.

None of my self-defense training prepared me for this kind of situation. As Eric knelt down to cut the straps from my ankles, I imagined how good it would feel for my foot to make contact with his face. But there was the issue of the knife, the cord pulled tight around my chest, and the other man. I wasn’t that good.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LF11HB4

margobondcollins.com said...

From SANGUINARY by Margo Bond Collins:

No. No way in hell was I walking out of here with a pissed-off vampire. That's how cops got dead.

Available for pre-order: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MR5VGV8
Margo's website: http://www.MargoBondCollins.net

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MR5VGV8

Sandy said...

From All Bets Are Off

Everyone deserves a second chance when they correct their mistakes. Ana Torres has dug her self out of her gambling debts and started a business to help others with the same problem. Now, she wants to show her soul mate she has changed and win him back.

You may find my buy links on my Author page at Amazon and on my blog: http://www.sandramarshallblog.blogspot.com andhttp://www.amazon.com/author/sandramarshall

Jana Richards said...

Happy Sunday! Here's a snippet from FIRST AND AGAIN:

Bridget got the impression that Celia laughed a lot. Must be nice. Divorce and financial ruin had left her without much of a sense of humor.

FIRST AND AGAIN is available from Carina Press.
www.janarichards.com
Jana's Amazon's Page

E. Ayers said...

From CAMPAIGN (Brad and Ryn's Story)
A snippet from Ryn and Billy's (friend) chat

The number of times she had sat here with him since she’d lost her voice were too numerous to count. Billy learned to sign before anyone else in the household, including her mom, who still struggled. Even after all these years, her dad couldn’t understand more than a few words.

http://amzn.com/B00LYWD668
Available as a Kindle Unlimited

JoAnne Myers said...

This snippet is from "3381 Market Street" one story in my crime/mystery anthology "Flagitious" due for release later this month.

Hesitating, because of what she knew she must do, Katherine Sims tapped on the glass window of the Sheriff dispatcher’s cubicle. To the deputy inside, she huskily whispered, “I want to report murder.”

Website: http://www.booksandpaintingsbyjoanne.com

Kim McMahill said...

DEADLY EXODUS: A ruling authority too powerful to challenge, but to those desperate for a new life and a chance at love, defiance is worth the risk.

“I think they caught our scent, the sounds are getting closer,” Nyla said.

“Just keep walking and don’t talk,” Ethan replied as he listened to the howling. His mind wandered back to the highway and he felt true fear for the first time in his life.

To Buy on Amazon for just $0.99 go to http://amzn.to/LgIxQy
For more adventure, please follow me on twitter at https://twitter.com/kimmcmahill or visit my blog at http://kimmcmahill.blogspot.com

Lyndi Lamont said...

Three sentences from Marooned, my steamy pirate story:

"When a ship is captured, the quartermaster catalogs the goods on board, then it is divided evenly among the crew. The captain receives a share-and-a-half. You would be mine."

website: http://lindalyndi.com

Amazon: http://amzn.com/B00ES2GJ9W

Mellie said...

From Jareth, First Lord

“‘In the heart of winter, the two become one, the past put to rest, the future begun,’” Jareth said, quoting the ancient legend. “Perhaps there is a reason we came here tonight,” he told her, his eyes staring intently into hers as if he could read her soul.

http://melliemiller.com
http://www.amazon.com/author/melliemiller

Elaine Hopper said...

From Business or Pleasure by Ashley Ladd

https://www.totallybound.com/business-or-pleasure

“I’ll make you—it—my priority. Just give me a couple days.” Damn! A Freudian slip.