Monday, May 7, 2012


Welcome! Thanks for coming. Today we have 13 writers writing short pieces to the word prompt "finger". Click on the author's name to go to the story on their blog. Enjoy the first few sentences to see which story you want to read first.

Megan refreshed her lipstick and straightened her skirt. When she looked up, there he was standing in her doorway.
DAKOTA TRACE (Erotic Romance)
Sitting around the huge dining room table, Kaleb could feel the tension building in the room.  He wondered for the hundredth time if this was wise. 
"Moonlight Becomes Him"
  Janssen clasped her hands. The touch electrified her fingertips. She jumped back.
  “Oh, I’m sorry,” he said. “I guess it’s a bit of static.” 
SELAH JANEL (Urban Fantasy)
Angel craned her neck up and swallowed hard against the acrid smoke taste and the blood that flowed from where she’d bit into her cheek when her car went over the guardrail. Her stomach churned and her legs didn’t feel quite right at all, but those were the least of her problems. 
He had listened intently to her story, only asking questions when necessary. His eyes never left hers, even though her gaze was distant.
KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)
Billy slid the card back into the envelope.  Within seconds, he stood at her side.  Alexandra opened and closed her eyes.
LINDSAY DOWNS (Sensual Mystery)
Once advisories, now friends, the two women returned to the hotel. An uneasy truce, at least on her part, existed between them.
“Officers, you have the warrant to search the place.  In fifteen minutes come in, unless I shout or fire my service weapon, then of course you come in sooner.
Beginning: Using the height of the moon as a guide, Tom headed in its direction, the only other company the bare trees of the Australian outback.
Silf pulled out a can from a bag that hung at her waist. It looked
very much like a can of spray paint, she pressed the top with her
finger and sprayed him.
SHERRY GLOAG  (Romantic Suspense)
Something was off. Sacha couldn’t put his finger on it, but his personal alert system had gone haywire. 

Her toes in the too tight buttoned up shoes ached by the time she walked the distance from the train depot out to the Pythian House on the northern edge of Springfield.   Katie wished she hadn’t chosen the shoes but her worn out boots with holes in the soles looked ridiculous with the new black on black striped suit with the pleated skirt. 
 KATHLEEN BALL (Modern Cowboy Romance)
"Summer's Desire"
Summer opened her eyes and looked at the clock. She wished she go could back to sleep. She’d spent a restless night hoping that Clare wouldn’t ruin Rachael’s Christmas.
CAROLYN GIBBS  (Romantic Suspense)
Nancy reached out and grabbed the bed post. She felt light headed and needed to sit. Claire looked over and saw her friend’s reaction, and stopped talking to Sam.


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