Monday, March 26, 2012


 JEAN JOACHIM (Military Romance) 
"Love, Lost & Found"
She took the last bite of her food and smiled. It was delicious as the soft evening delicious as the dark blue night sky and as delicious as the handsome man smiling across the table at her.
DAWNE PROCHILO (Contemporary Romance, PG-13)
Chad wondered out onto his parent's deck, staring up at the star-filled sky. The peaceful night made him smile. In the distance he could hear crickets chirping, a dog barking a few blocks over and a car's engine motoring down a lonely street.

DAKOTA TRACE (Erotic Romance - "R")
Clinging to the warm strength of Kaleb’s body, Paisley knew she shouldn’t give – to play the fool once again but she’d been so lonely for so long.  Ostracized by friends and colleagues alike, you’d have thought that she was still in the nineteen-fifties instead of 2012.

Paul spent hours in the simulator, it allowed him to pass the days and nights with ease. He loved space, but the one thing he should've thought about was how space was was full of darkness with points of light that from distance stars creating any contrast.

IRIS BLOBEL (Contemporary)
“Tell me another story about mum.” Mia’s hand on her shoulder startled her and she turned.

KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)
Day turned into night as Billy and Alexandra spent most of the afternoon unpacking, washing and putting the ceramic plates, silverware and coffee mugs in its place.  Alexandra was pleased in how everything looked.

RAWIYA (M/M Romance)
Bright stars filled the night sky, the subtle waves of the ocean moved slowly. The gentle breezes caused the palm trees overhead to sway back and forth much like the dancers at the luau, all in perfect unison

"Dark of Night"
   Each tick of the clock jarred Tina’s nerves through the long nights.  She waited for the telephone to jangle or for the front door to open so Nick could walk through it. 

MORGEN BAILEY (General Fiction)
"Date Night"
Date night has become a weekly tradition you look forward to. Thursdays. When others go out with the lads… the girls… it’s just you and Evelyn. Your French Fancy. You think it’s corny but she finds it funny – even after all these years.

LINDSAY DOWNS (Sensuous Mystery)
Ice Queen was glad the day hadn’t been a total waste, which was a relief considering how it had begun. Both the Frenchman and Italian had deposited the down payment, non-refundable, in the numbered Cayman account as instructed.

"Source - Part Four"
“Symon,” TynLexa said as she walked up behind him putting her arms around his shoulders. “I’m sorry please come back. We need your help.”

CHRISTINA COLE (Sweet Contemporary Romance)
"Ellie! Ellie!"
She heard someone calling her name but couldn't identify the voice. 

KATHLEEN TIGHE BALL (Modern Cowboy Romance)
"Summer's Desire"
Clare swept everything off the mantle, leaving a trail of boughs and ribbon behind her.She reached into one of her bags from her shopping spree and pulled out prelit garland.

It had been a month since Katriana had met Sabrina the Nephilim. She spent each night with Sabrina, learning of a world that had existed within hers. Yet, she remained human till she requested Sabrina to change her....

(Sweet Contemporary Romance)
The starlit sky drew Julian’s attention.
Destiny?  Did it exist?  Even as a child, Deborah caught his attention.  
KAY SPRINGSTEEN  (Contemporary Romance)
“No! Absolutely not!” She popped open the dishwasher in progress. The rush of steam made her eyes water. It wasn’t tears. It just couldn’t be more tears.
"Picture Perfect"
The sun hung low in the sky – low enough that it could no longer be seen above the tree line along the edge of the ranch.   Anna’s rear end ached, but not in an unpleasant way. 

S.H. RODDEY (Steampunk Horror)
"Crippled Playthings"
Henry watched the dim haze of the hamlets slide past, each one acknowledged only by flickering streetlamps as the world slept below the dirigible.  The girl still refused to speak to him, but he could only assume she was on this journey for the same reason at him: to walk.

LENA HART (Romantic Suspense)

Amber stared back at the midnight dark eyes that bore into her as she reached for the phone. She should have been used to the detective’s piercing gaze by now but tonight it was different. More predatory.

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