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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Snippet Sunday!

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E. Ayers said...

Available as a Kindle Unlimited

“Heard Montgomery unloaded that white elephant to some unsuspecting out-of-towner. I wouldn't give fifty thousand for that pile of rubble.”
**So the bastard ripped me off.**

Jane Leopold Quinn said...

The drawers dropped.
He groaned. Her dancer's body, one long graceful line from head to toe, reminded him of a painting he'd seen in San Francisco.

From Loving Ivy, out now, B00NVLCP3A

Susan Macatee said...

From short, paranormal romance, former anthology story, Dreaming Josie.

Edith strode over and cast a withering glare in Corporal Maguire's direction. "I would thank you, sir, not to make yourself overly familiar with my daughter. It isn't proper."

Pepper Phillips said...

Joanna had a slight smirk on her face as she took the offered cookie. She took a bite, then grimaced. “It seems way too tart for me.”
I bet. I watched her sitting there like a mouse. Her face was narrow and pinched. An old expression--“she looks like she was weaned on a pickle”--came to my mind.

From The Devil Has Dimples...

Margo Bond Collins said...

From TAMING THE COUNTRY STAR by Margo Bond Collins:

To be honest, Kylie had dreamed about Cole almost every night since she had walked away from him in Mexico, had remembered his kisses and his touch, daydreamed about seeing him again.

Although she might not have been willing to admit to anyone—even herself—that she still thought about him, those fantasies meant she couldn’t simply push him away now.


Jana Richards said...

This snippet is from FLAWLESS. In this WW2 romantic suspense, Madeleine and Hunter are joining forces to help the French Resistance steal a priceless diamond from the Nazis. But their partnership does not start well:

"You think it is better to steal Le Coeur Bleu than to rot in jail. You think this is a lark, a game we play here, Monsieur Smith? I can assure you, you will soon regret coming to France.”

Jana Richards
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Andrea Cooper said...

Viking Fire snippet - a historical romance with a touch of magic:

“I am not marrying,” she said as she shook her head for emphasis. “So there will be no morning, nor night, nor wedding.”

“If he is handsome, I may fight you for him,” Elva said then smiled, deepening the wrinkles around her eyes.

Thank you,
Andrea R. Cooper

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Savanna Kougar said...


[Siren Menage Amour]

“What are they doing ” Wendy abruptly straightened. Her muscles tensed anxiously as he lowered them onto the chair. Riveted, she watched his brothers’ streaking flight toward the behemoth tornado snaking angrily over the ground.

Available at: ~ Ebook & Print

Happy Reading!


Savanna Kougar ~ Run on the Wild Side of Romance ~

Erin McRae said...

STARLING, by Racheline Maltese and Erin McRae

"You just keep missing the point, is all."

"Really, and what's that?"

"That no one cares about stories where no one ever says no and everyone always lives happily ever after."

Lana Williams said...

New Release - $0.99 for a limited time!

Slowly, deliberately, he bent his head and kissed her, wondering if she’d shove him away.

Her mouth was soft and oh so sweet. Passion crashed through him, surprising him with its strength.

Thank you!