Monday, July 23, 2012


Welcome! Thanks for stopping by. The word prompt this week is "Dawn" and it's fitting that our writer named, Dawne, is participating!! Click on the writer's name to go to their blog and read their story. Be sure to return via the link on their blog and read more stories.
Cody resolved to climbing into his empty bed, all the while thinking of Lydia sleeping a mere ten-feet from him; his bedroom, adjacent to where Lydia slumbered in Bethany’s old room. 
IRIS BLOBEL (Contemporary Romance)
“Don’t take it to heart, my dear,” Rose said as she placed her arm around Nicky’s shoulder. “He doesn’t admit it, but it’s his way of grieving.”
Salamanca – July 22nd 1812 
“We’ve endured some bad storms, have we not Dev, but I misremember one as bad as this.”
My Lady Beaumont snuggled up to her lord, her head on his shoulder. 
 KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)

Billy and Gallo pulled up in front of the café.  Alexandra’s car sat directly in front, meaning she was inside. The café was dark except for a tiny light in the back, close to where the food pantry would be. 

LINDSAY DOWNS (Sensual Suspense)
As predicted the lighter flared as a, with what sounded like a puff of air from pursed lips, bullet exited the silenced barrel of a 22 caliber Colt Woodsman. Jessica allowed herself to mentally pat John, the team armorer, on the back for the ingenious reworking of the powder load in the round.
The ship blasted through the atmosphere, Paul held on tight, the
rattling of the frame unnerved him.
"A New Life Dawns"
Judging by everything she had experienced, Everett Brown seemed as smitten as she.  Their stolen kisses, the sweet moments sneaked from the daily routine meant everything to Katie Lafferty.
KATHLEEN TIGHE BALL (Modern Cowboy Romance)
"Summer's Desire"
 She would have expected him to sleep with his wife but to lie about it made her realize that she really didn’t know Stone. In fact, she was leery of all men.
CAROLYN GIBBS (Romantic Suspense)
After an hour of talking about the book they wrote together and doing a sequel, Claire finally looked at her cell phone for the time. “Wow, it’s almost 2 AM. I’m going to bed before we see the dawn rising up.


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