Monday, May 27, 2013


WELCOME! The word prompt is "library". Click on the writer's name to read their story on their blog. Thanks for stopping by.

JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
“Does Miss Skin and Bones read?”
“Just the fashion news.” 
Rory nodded. “Aha, I see. A real intellectual.”
JILL CHANTAL (20th Century Historical)
“Excellent. I love it. You showed the men, didn’t you?”
"Irene knew the obstacles being older than not just her suitemate, but most everyone in the dorm."
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Medieval Fantasy Romance)
Either we wait here for an attack that may never occur or we return to the palace and defend the heart of our kingdom.  I am ready to return home.  What do you (Acwish to do?" 
LINDSAY DOWNS (Romantic Fantasy)
This is delicious, considering it’s my first meal of the day ever. Aravan, you are a wonderful preparer of food,” she said giving him a regal nod.
IRIS BLOBEL (Aussie Romance)
“Why would Anita lie to the press? I thought you stopped seeing that woman weeks ago.”
Tyson was silent for a moment. A long moment. 
V. L. LOCEY (Sports Romance)
“I`m friends with Boris Kieron and he never kisses my neck. I think you and Coach Lessard are make-out buddies.” 
TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
Doris headed towards the sink, grabbing an extra apron hanging on the back of one of the mismatched wooden chairs. “Norma Gean told us that her mother is going to start teaching us stitchery lessons at 4-H.
KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)
A long silence lingered.  The sound of the icemaker echoed throughout the house.   
SARAH CASS (Contemporary Romance)
 “I hate that you’re leaving. I just wanted to do something for you.”
“God you’re such an ass.” 
He stood looking at her with his thumbs looped into the pockets of his cut off’s, forcing the waistband of them down slightly.
ELIZABETH BLACK (Contemporary Erotic Romantic Comedy)
"Breaking in the Library"
It took about a week for Eric to sufficiently recover from rolling around in poison ivy. He had welts everywhere - use your imagination. 
The ship slowed down and Paul could feel the change in speed, he looked at one of the monitors and found a large golden planet below them. The planet loomed closer as they descended towards its surface. 
KATHLEEN BALL (Western Romance)
Alice wanted to scream. Where was the fancy ranch house? Where was the cook?

Monday, May 20, 2013


Welcome to Tuesday Tales. Thanks for stopping by! Our word prompt is "bite" today. Please click on the writer's name to go to their blog. We hope you're return to read everyone's tales today.

JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
She chuckled to herself. With that pancake he calls a woman, no wonder he loves my chest.
IRIS BLOBEL (Aussie Romance)
Drained and tired she went back to pick up her phone again. She’d hardly slept the two nights before, unable to keep her hands–and mouth– off Tyson.
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Medieval Fantasy Romance)
He turned to find the wispy shadow that proceeded the arrival of one of the black clad soldiers.  Thatcher drew his sword as he prepared to fight.
V. L. LOCEY  (Romantic Comedy)
He looked sleepy but it was desire making him appear so heavy-lidded. 
SARAH CASS (Contemporary Romance)
 “No, not here,” Amanda whined. The car sputtered and spurted, it barely made it to the shoulder before dying. 
KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)
Pia shook her head so hard, she’d swear she felt her brain shift.  Something didn’t seem right.  
LINDSAY DOWNS (Romantic Fantasy)
With a last bite of steak Sallie Ann raised her wine glass, took a sip then over its rim glanced to her mother.
“Okay, who exactly am I?”  
TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
Hot tears ran down my cheeks and fell onto the oilcloth covering the kitchen table. I sobbed until no tears remained.  
JILLIAN CHANTAL (20th Century Historical Romance)
 Fiona whirled around. It was the woman, Cordelia. “Do please ignore the ogre in the corner." 
The words rattled in his head and he shot an agonised glance at Jody. “Please tell me I’m wrong,” he begged, as he watched the tears tracked down her cheeks.  
ROSALIND NAZILLI(Fiction, profanity)
How many times had she been through this ritual? Too many she knew and she was glad that the end was in sight.
STEFAN ELLERY (Sci Fi)Paul did not know what to expect when traveling through the wormhole, he watched many scifi’s and they all had there own take, dazzling colors, the stretching of the ship and its passengers.
ELIZABETH BLACK (Sweet Romantic Comedy)
I remembered the trouble we got into in the last house we visited. What kind of trouble would Eric get us into this time?  
KATHLEEN BALL (Western Romance) 
She was a wild one and he couldn’t get enough of her. Imagine a beautiful woman like that wanting a cowboy like him.
"Finding Love and Bigfoot"
"The others would be displeased if they knew of his unnatural interest in this other animal, especially a human."  
TAI VICARI (Sci Fi/Fantasy)

Sabrina’s  curiosity always got the better of her, and although she smelled like the catch of the day and needed a shower desperately, she just couldn’t resist so she went to the third floor.

Monday, May 13, 2013


JEAN JOACHIM(Contemporary Romance)
"The Big Lie"
Willow Falls lost its charm for Dale Carruthers many years ago, after she found out Cliff Thomas had married someone else.
“Can I help you Miss. You seem lost,” she heard a sensually husky male voice ask from behind her.
V. L. LOCEY (Romantic Comedy)
Alain had made us a big root beer float which we were now sharing on a rustic swing on his front porch. 
Chloe glanced up at Max.  What exactly did he tell his family about her?
SHERRY GLOAG (Paranormal Romantic Suspense)
“You talk to yourself when that… that… that thing demands your attention?” While he managed to lace his words with arrogance, she identified the fear lurking in the man’s eyes.
TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
Eliza Jane drifted along the dusty road towards town. Shimmering light waves obscured her vision, as when heat radiates up from hot asphalt roads.
ELIZABETH BLACK (Sweet Contemporary Romance)
Eric and my son Paul took me out for Mother's Day, and I wanted a box of candy that looked like rocks!
CATHY GREENFEDER (Western Romance Novella)
"Any Cowboy Won't Do"
 It could be Main Street anywhere, but she knew it as the town she grew up in and couldn’t wait to leave shortly after finishing school.  
Why do I always get myself into these messes. Just looking at me from a distance you’d think I’d be in a good situation.
KAREN CINO(Contemporary Romance)
Francine Raggalio walked passed the row of stores in the quaint town of Rossville, looking for 6039 Hylan Boulevard.  
ROSALIND NAZILLI (Erotice Fiction/Profanities-R)
She had so much pent up longing in her body, a really fierce need that most people would have satisfied by getting themselves picked up in a bar or some place.
IRIS BLOBEL  (Aussie Romance)
His hands started to caress her body in places which she didn't know existed. Never in her life had she thought she would move this fast, but everything was different with her footy player.
SARAH CASS (Contemporary Romance)
 It was too good to be true.  This whole damn thing was, not to mention that sexy mechanic that kept glancing her way. 
The lure of his intoxicating scent, sexy grin and hard body brought her back.
"Bad Penny"
Bill drove over the town line and stepped back in time.  Same store fronts.  Same people. Same lies.
TAI VICARI (Sci Fi/Fantasy)
She cooed in response to his warm lips caressing her flesh which sent tingles throughout her body.
CAROLYN GIBBS (Contemporary Romance)
Leslie Gaines drove her green mini cooper, singing along to Sheryl Crow’s song “A Change Will Do You Good.” She slowed down and turned off the Interstate, entering Ulster County, New York, her hometown.
DAWNE PROCHILO (Sweet Contemporary Romance)
"Any normal Fourth of July would have had Main Street bustling as laughing children licked away remnants of cotton candy smeared across their cheeks..."  
DAVEE JONES (Paranormal YA Romance)
"Finding Love in a Black Lagoon"
Owen leaned forward in his chair, his hands dangling in between his parted knees. “You don’t know what it’s like growing up in a small town.


Monday, May 6, 2013


 Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Thank you for stopping by.  We are writing to the prompt "laughter". Click on the author's name to go to their blog and read their story. Please remember to return here and visit other writers.
JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
Dr. Hack Roberts filled the space, his husky, six foot two-inch frame, lazed against the door jamb. 
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Medival Fantasy Romance)
"We are dealing with black magic, boys.  Let the battle begin!”
V. L. LOCEY (Romantic Comedy)
"Before we begin any negotiations, I need to know just what`s so damned special about Alain Lessard,” I informed my boss.
IRIS BLOBEL (Aussie Romance)
Ty took a step back and raked a hand through his hair, clearly surprised by her words. Then he studied her with an intensity that sent shivers down her spine.
LINDSAY DOWNS (Romantic Fantasy)
"I can only go partway. In our village it is not allowed for men and women to bath together, even if they are joined.”
When laughter filled the night sky he shuffled as best he could towards the hillock. She had achieved what she had set out to. 
ELIZABETH BLACK (Erotic Romantic Comedy)
The inside of this rental looked bigger than the outside. What was this place, the Tardis?

Paul, did not think the death of his pet would affect him, it was ugly and if any earth girl saw it they would most likely run away. Yet, he could not help feel sad.
When they got inside, he put the log beside the fireplace then stood with arms braced against the mantelpiece. Except  for his cowboy boots, his pose reminded her of a Grecian god, and she laughed.
SARAH CASS (Historical Western Romance)
The whole thing reeked of Tommy and his manipulations. How had he known?
JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary Romance)
“Thanks.” Anna smiled up at him. “It would’ve been a disaster if I fell down this escalator. I’d never live it down and the members of the bar who haven’t met me yet would know me as that klutz lawyer.”
DAVEE JONES (Paranormal, YA Romance)
Kalista shivered in the cool autumn air with Caleb’s sentence. She rubbed her arms and returned a question.  “What about us talking makes us so crazy?”
There had to be some mistake. This could not, would not be her new home.
KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)
By the time Lisa arrived, Pia was totally out of control.  In between blowing her nose and crying, her words were barely recognizable.