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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Sunday Seven!

Today's meme highlights a 7-sentence snippet from your novel. In comments, share seven enticing sentences to make us hungry for more. Don't forget your buy link and website/blog link. Have fun!

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Jana Richards said...

Good afternoon! My humorous contemporary novella CHILL OUT will be released on January 4, 2016! Here's 7 lines:

She pushed the snow into his face, and he sputtered for a moment before leaping to his feet.

“Now you’ve done it!”

Laughing, Renata ran toward the cottage, but Noah was too fast for her. He caught her around the waist and spun her around.

“I should dunk you in the snow for that!”

“But you won’t. You’re too much of a gentleman.”

“You’d be surprised at how ungentlemanly I feel right now.”

Jana Richards
Amazon Author Page

Dee Ann Palmer said...

EXQUISITE CHRISTMAS - last day to pre-order, Release day 11/30. Twenty-one authors present short romances and dessert recipes

From SNOWFALL by Dee Ann Palmer
[Note: Riley is a ski patroller for Angels Ski Resort in California]

A man in ski clothes and helmet stood at the top of the closed double black diamond run named Satan’s Domain, poised as if waiting for a starter to yell “Go!” He mimicked breaking through a gate, pushed hard with his poles, and, knees bent, leaned in to set a blistering competitor’s pace down the fall line.

“Hey, you!” Riley screamed, waving a pole as her anger flared.

Whoever he was, he had no right to be there. He must’ve hopped on the lift while she was handling heat and coffee. He was trespassing, but the resort would be liable if he was injured. She clicked on her radio and called down to security to see if he’d arrived at the bottom in one piece. No answer...

Livia Quinn said...

From Storm Warning, by Livia Quinn

A husky voice filtered through the stabbing pain, “You’re too far gone for me to keep you awake and too big to walk you around the living room. You have to get up.”
He opened one eye and looked at the woman standing over him. It was his beautiful Amazon, with that ebony hair falling around her face and eyes the color of Fiji waters. She paced back and forth as she ran her hands through hair that tumbled several inches past her shoulders. All that was missing was her sword. He lifted the white cover and peered down. Naked as a jaybird. Hmm…