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Sunday, October 19, 2014

Snippet Sunday!

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E. Ayers said...


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Available as Kindle Unlimited

"We might not live in a castle, but we're better off than a lot of people. Your tummy's full of yummy good food, you have your own room in a townhouse that's in a nice neighborhood, you go to a good school, you've got a pumpkin you can carve, and a pretty Halloween costume. It doesn't really get much better than that.

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Rosemary Gemmell said...

From Scottish Regency novel, Midwinter Masquerade by Romy Gemmell

As her left booted foot stepped on the ice, she lost her balance. Arms flailing about as she tried to remain upright, Annabelle’s feet took on a life of their own and began sliding in different directions. Next minute, she was sitting firmly and painfully on the ground, legs spread in front of her.

“I shouldn’t stay on the ground too long, Miss Montgomery, else you will freeze your lower regions.”



Susan Macatee said...

From historical vampire romance novella, Sweet Redemption.

Once the gunfire halted, he clung to Nathan, not daring to move. Jon's body jerked in uncontrollable shivers. He blew on his gloved fingers and tried to use any heat left in the departed lad to keep himself from freezing to death.

Adriana said...

From The Reunion

Cranking one eye open, Sarah Atkinson confirmed the obvious. There was a man in her bed. She hadn’t seen one of them naked in years.

Winner, 2014 Bisexual Book Awards for Best Erotic Fiction

Savanna Kougar said...

KANDY APPLE AND HER HELLHOUNDS, a witchy erotic romance menage.

Psi-detecting forgeries had become a magickal specialty of hers, ever since Kandace's sister, Meredith—also adopted by her parents—had opened up her own small art gallery, then been tricked by a man supposedly selling his original.

Curious, Kandace roved her gaze over the eclectic selection of paintings, unconcerned about surveillance measures. There would be none in this keep-all-deals-under-the-table office for the rich and famous.

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Have a sexy magical week ~


Savanna Kougar ~ Run on the Wild Side of Romance