Monday, July 9, 2012


JEAN JOACHIM (Military Romance)
"Too Late for Goodbye"
“I want him back.”
“You heard me. I want him back. I only gave him to you…temporarily. A loaner,” Ariel Bowers laughed at her own joke.
DAVEE JONES (Romantic Suspense)
"Joelle padded to the bathroom and found the ibuprofen and Sudafed.  All she needed now was the caffeine chaser she swore by to wash down her headache relief."  
I’m just looking at the ocean, acting a bit lost.  I am wondering what is on the other side, imagining Europe across the way.
IRIS BLOBEL (Contemporary Romance)
Nicky watched Rose walk back to the house. She felt torn apart inside.
KALLYSTEN (Paranormal Romance)
The waves crashed down against the rocks, a relentless rhythm like the heartbeat of the ocean. Under Leo’s hand, Brett’s heart echoed that beat, even and regular in sleep.
LINDSAY DOWNS(Sensual Suspense)
“Martina,” Jessica started to say as she exited the elevator. She turned back to her friend. “Twenty minutes in the lobby. 
"Ocean Drive"
As Rosie drove over the hill and caught her first sight of the sea, The Lighthouse Family’s ‘Ocean Drive’ was playing on the radio. ‘It’s a sign,” she said to Bertie, her tabby, now meowing from his carrier on the passenger seat of her Suzuki Swift.
KATHLEEN TIGHE BALL (Contemporary Cowboy Romance)
"Summer's Desire"
Stone turned again, facing the window. Nothing seemed to help. He wished he could just scoop Rachael up and put her in her own bed. He sighed. That wasn’t going to happen. 
The lap of the ocean waves against the shoreline, the caw of the gulls, and the sand swishing between her bare toes provided some relief. Today, however, with so many unresolved questions, she felt on edge. 
CAROLYN GIBBS (Romantic Suspense)
The five of them walked out of the elevator and onto the fifth floor of the hotel. When they reached room 511, Lacy turned to Sam and Claire, and handed Sam the card key. “Here’s your room.” 
Paul and Silf were guided to a large hanger with some small bullet
shaped ships. Pratov pointed to one of them.



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