Monday, February 23, 2015

Tuesday Tales - Arm

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V.L. Locey (Multicultural Romance) 
So why did the thought of not seeing him again feel like someone had taken a melon baller to my heart?

Trisha Faye  (Contemporary Romance)
She was barely combing out her wet tresses when the doorbell announced her date.

Iris Blobel (Contemporary Romance)
Emily tried to ignore the fluttering sensation in her stomach and the sudden thumping of her heart when his arm brushed hers as he stepped inside.

Kathleen Ball (Historical Romance)
Brian’s hands shook but he looked Patrick straight in the eye. “Yes sir, she’s my ma.”

Jean Joachim (Sports Romance)
I’ll teach this jerk something about how to deal with my team.
Jillian Chantal (Contemporary Romance)
He cried out, "Bugger, bugger, bugger."

Jeanine McAdam (Historical Western Romance)
“We can trade blankets and whiskey,” the trapper said to Chief Tahatan.  Also known as the ‘Great Chief’.  Sarah sat on the other side of the fire trying to catch the white man’s unnaturally bright blue eyes.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Historical Paranormal)
Sup at his lordship’s table? 

Morgan Wyatt (Cougar Romance)
He placed two fingers on her lips stopping her babbling and effectively wiping her mind clean of any coherent thought. “Invite me in.”

Joselyn Vaughn (Romantic Comedy]
Ken was glad to keep his distance, so the lovey-dovey goo didn’t splatter on him

Sarah Cass (Contemporary Holiday Romance)
Fate wouldn’t be such a bastard as to throw her in the path of Logan again. Right?

Monday, February 16, 2015


Welcome! Our word prompt this week is "great." Click on the author's name to go to their blog and read their story. Then don't forget to come back and read all the great stories here. Thank you for coming!
JEAN JOACHIM (Sports Romance) 
“Would you like to come in for coffee? I think maybe the wine was a bit too much, eh?”

TRISHA FAYE (Contemporary Romance)
He looked around and mumbled, “Guess I’d better not quit my day job, huh?”
IRIS BLOBEL (Contemporary Romance)
 Connor didn't need any more words, Jack's face said it all.

V. L. LOCEY (Multicultural Romance)
“Have you ever looked at your future?”Jonah asked, the turn signal coming on right before we took a smooth left onto a nicely plowed driveway.

URSULA RENEE (Historical Romance)
“Aren’t you tired of hanging around me? Wouldn’t you prefer to hang out with one of your other women?”

Eric poured a little orange juice and a lot of champagne into my glass. We were trapped in our home beneath three feet of snow, and we were making a romantic evening of it.

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)
I’m a bit of a foodie myself and love to try new dishes.

MORGAN WYATT (Cougar Romance)
"Natalie, as a car would you recommend me coming clean with the man with the wonderful hands?"

KATHLEEN BALL (Historical Western Romance)
“I found your child. I’ve heard about bad mothers but dang it you are as cold hearted as they come."

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Historical Paranormal)
From a squat solitary candle, tallowy shadows hovered within the hut.

Monday, February 9, 2015


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JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
Who shows  up fifteen minutes early for a date? What an idiot. 
V. L. LOCEY (Multicultural Romance)
“Two against one isn`t fair,” I said, returning to face forward.

KAREN CINO (Baseball Romance)
Lorenzo wanted the perfect Valentine's Day celebration for Pia, but things didn't go as planned.

IRIS BLOBEL (Contemporary Romance)
She flirted shamelessly with me despite the age gap. I loved it.

TRISHA FAYE (Contemporary Romance)
With the handsome man sitting across the red checkered tablecloth from her, his hair gently brushing the tops of his shoulders each time he moved his head, Sally had never been more aware of her background.

MORGAN WYATT (Cougar Romance)
"Not the best place to kiss you. I couldn’t help myself."

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)
“Of course, but I was thinking about the food not the atmosphere.”

DAVEE JONES (Contemporary Romance)
“I know you are, Rudy. You have a new energy.” She leaned down to kiss me, lingering face to face, catching my gaze.

KAY SPRINGSTEEN   (Contemporary) 
Eight-twenty. Paul was officially an hour and twenty minutes late. And no phone call.

A simple kiss under the mistletoe wouldn't be nearly enough.

JEANINE MCADAM  (Historic Western)
“Woman,” Sarah's husband asked. “You got super ready?”

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Romantic Suspense)
All right.  I am your husband, your lover, your master, your god, your father, your very soul.  Good enough now?”

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?”