Monday, February 2, 2015

Tuesday Tales - Writing to the prompt 'ring'

Welcome to Tuesday Tales!

Today we’re writing to the prompt ‘ring’.

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Iris Blobel (Contemporary Romance)
He cocked a brow. "When we left? He kicked us out."
Jillian Chantal (Contemporary Romance)
Oh well, looks weren’t supposed to matter anyway, were they?

Sarah Cass (Contemporary Holiday Romance)
“That’s because Grady—”
“Don’t you dare tell me!”

V.L. Locey (Multicultural Romance)
The next morning found me curled up with one of the handsomest men I know.

Elizabeth Black (Sweet Romance)
Eric and I sat down to a chilly snow-laden afternoon in front of the TV. Since the snow was coming down hard, there was a travel ban in the area, and we didn't lose power, we decided to forgo work – we couldn't drive in that muck anyway – and catch a movie.

Karen Cino (Contemporary Romance)
“I would feel so much better if he was cheating on me with another woman, but a man, how embarrassing.”
“Listen, no one needs to know the truth but you and me.”

Jean Joachim (Contemporary Romance)
Standing in front of the mirror, Kate plucked at her hair as her nerves kicked up. Blind date?

Trisha Faye (Contemporary Romance)
Sally admired the view of the form fitting jeans leaving her store. And then, reality set in with the age-old dilemma.

Jeanine McAdam (Historic Western Romance)
“Sir,” Sarah started, she twisted her wedding ring around her finger. “As you can see I’m with child and I need to be returned to my home.”
Morgan Wyatt (Contemporary Romance)
She couldn’t say she spent much time ogling Lynne’s husband rear view, but she knew the superb butt wasn't Marc's.

Joselyn Vaughn (Romantic Comedy)
Everyone called her a busybody, but Ken’s interest in her potential marriage would make the most voracious gossip proud.

Kathleen Ball (Historical Western)
Glancing over his shoulder, his eyes drank their full of her. She was beautiful and while sleeping he could imagine her to be an angel, but he knew better

Davee Jones (Contemporary Adult Romance)
"I'd love a chance to ring his bell."

Tricia Anderson (Contemporary Romantic Suspense)
It was evident the shooter was extremely familiar with the terrain but it didn’t stop Sloan from gaining ground. He was stronger, his stride was longer and he was on a mission. He had to know where the pink paint came from.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Paranormal Romance)
“Tell me, Ms. Delaney, does your passion for travel extend to visiting eighth century Northumbria?”

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