Monday, July 1, 2013


Welcome to Tuesday Tales. Click on the writer's name to go to their blog and read their short story written to our prompt, which is "sun" this week. Thanks for stopping by.
JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
"The Rescued Heart"
Crap, I kissed him! What was I thinking? Miss Pencil will have my scalp.
LINDSAY DOWNS (Contemporary Romance)
Twenty minutes later they stepped out of the RV into the midmorning sun to be met but Jessica and Ronny, with coffee cups in hand. 
IRIS BLOBEL (Aussie Romance)
"Her heart was in overdrive and her fingers trembling as she skipped through the article" 
V. L. LOCEY (Sports Romance)
Alain said nothing so I opened the door and walked through, making sure it closed soundly on him.
SHERRY GLOAG (Regency Romantic Suspense)
“Do not ask me to share it with you, my lady, for it is not…” The understanding in her hostess’s eyes slammed into her like a musket from one of the guerrilleros guns. 
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Medieval Fantasy)
Thatcher stood and breezed past Ewen.  ”I am not leaving without Miranda.”
SARAH CASS (Paranormal Romance)
Damn, he wanted her, and she knew it too. She knew more than she should, but he trusted her more than the creature that gave him his marching orders. 
Paul had trouble breathing, the creature’s mass was crushing his lungs and the green ooze dripped into his mouth. It was bitter and he spat it out.
JILL CHANTAL (20th Century Historical)
I’m telling you, little lady, it’s dangerous out there and I can guarantee that your friend has already probably found that danger.”
KATHLEEN BALL (Western Romance)
She’d slept with men but never the whole night and she found it not to her liking. She didn’t like sharing.
DAVEE JONES (Erotic Romance)
"Sexy Bea Spelling"
“Just tell me one thing, Bea, did you allow your bed to get messy last week?”
TAI VICARI (Thriller)
But this woman was not the same as that picture. She was stunningly beautiful.
"The lass smelled good." 

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