Monday, August 26, 2013


Welcome to Tuesday Tales. Our prompt this week is "wave". Click on the author's name to go to their blog. Please return and read everyone's. You'll be amazed at how different they all are. Thanks for coming.
JEAN JOACHIM(Contemporary Romance)
"The Big Lie"
“I told her not to do it. I did. We argued about it several times. But she went ahead anyway.” 
V. L. LOCEY (M/M, mythological romance)
A swan, long and sleek and white as the moon circles overhead. It lands on the water gracefully.
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Medieval Fantasy Romance)
Each fell to the floor then stood on newly formed legs.  A small army of black clad soldiers slowly filled the room.
TRISHA FAYE (Paranormal Short Story) 
Beth's eyes flew open in fright. It was becoming a pattern - these dreams of shadows and blood.
LINDSAY DOWNS (Contemporary Romance)
In silence, which Taylor appreciated since she wanted to think about what had happened, they strolled along the beach hand in hand.
IRIS BLOBEL (Sports Romance)
Off limits his arse.
“Mate, I need to get something done. Ty will be here in a sec. I’ll catch up with you tomorrow.” 
MORGAN K. WYATT (Contemporary Romance)
 As a tall, tongue-tied and combative male, he was not a chick magnet. In that regard, not much had changed.
Paul’s boots clanged on  the hard surface of the ship, it took a lot of effort to lift them up from the metallic surface. The boots were magnetized and allowed him to safely walk on the ship.
DAVEE JONES (Erotic Romance)
"Sexy Bea Spelling"
"Craig chuckled, “All you need are some Wonder Woman wrist bands, I’m in the presence of greatness.”
JILLIAN CHANTAL (20th Century Historical)
“I’m a carnivore connoisseur, Mrs. Barrington. I’ll eat any meat that comes along.” 
SARAH CASS (Contemporary Romance)
Michaela gripped the phone buried in her coat pocket. She had no idea why she’d agreed to this.
KATHLEEN BALL (Western Romance)
He stripped and jumped into the shower luxuriating under the wave of hot spray. He closed his eyes remembering a certain shower he’d taken with Alice.

Monday, August 19, 2013


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Click on the name of the writer you want to read and you'll be taken to his or her blog. Click the link to return to read others. Thanks for stopping by!
JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance) 
The Big Lie
“Catch up on what? Desertion?”
“Interesting you bring that up.”
SARAH CASS (Contemporary Romance)
She could remember joking with her friend, Eve, five years ago about Dunc being jail bait for women like them. Now he was legal and even better looking with azure eyes, mussed blond hair and a crooked smile that she bet had melted the panties off of many girls in his class.
V. L. LOCEY (M/M Mythological Romance)
His chapped lips break into a brief smile that makes me long to see him smile again. The shock of that sensation in my chest is startling. 
KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)
“Wow.”  Pia’s eyes bulged wide opened.  “You’ve left me speechless.”
SHERRY GLOAG (Contemporary Romance)
She flicked on the light and stopped dead in the doorway.
He entered my life the easy way, this third son of mine - already potty-trained, already driving. His leaving, not so easy.
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Medieval Fantasy Romance)
“All right.  Then tonight.  Here.  At this stream.  I will bring you Lady Miranda.”
“By the way, I know it’s warm out but do you have a shirt to put on. My neighbors are nosy and if they see you walking around like that,” not that I mind, “They’re going to give me the third degree as to who you are.”
Arianna took Paul aside and whispered. “I know your heart has settled on Silf, but you may have a broken heart before this adventure is over.
DAVEE JONES (Erotic Romance) 
Sexy Bea Spelling
Bea drank half her beer before roughly setting the bottle down on the end table.
JILLIAN CHANTAL(20th Century Historical)
“Speaking of wastes of time, Barrington, I don’t know what you see in this little mouse when you have that nice, vibrant piece in your own compartment." 
MORGAN WYATT (Contempory Romance)
He never appreciated what he had then. Wisdom always came too late. 
CATHY GREENFEDER (Western Romance)
Any Cowboy Won't Do
She let the call go to her voice mail. The past year had been rough enough since the break-up with Ryder.

Monday, August 12, 2013


Welcome! This week is picture prompt week for August. There are two pictures -- writer's choice. Click on the writer's name to go to their blog. Here are the two pictures:

JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
He’s a famous New York newscaster. What would he want with a plump baker? Plump? Maybe chubby is more like it. 
“I saw you leave and followed you. What else could I do?”
SARAH CASS (Paranormal Romance)
The door to the balcony slid open, and then closed. She never heard the footsteps, but Kane’s warmth enveloped her within seconds.
Taylor clasped her arms around her chest as she watched the sun slip a little lower on the horizon. Right now she was the only thing she had to hold on to.
The waves rolled in, spilling white frothy foam before me as they lapped at my toes before gracefully receding to the depths whence they came. They gently approached, closer and closer, bring peace in their rhythmic march, a stark contrast to the frenzied pace of my writer's life.
V. L. LOCEY (M/M Mythological Romance)
“I am not a mere human,” the young male states his voice vibrating on the cusp of manliness, just as mine is. 
STEFAN ELLERY (Contemporary Romance)
"Hold Me"
Gavin grabbed Sandra’s waist and held her tight, the water, sloshed up the sand and covered their feet.
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Contemporary Romance)
“The ironic thing is that I am now on this bridge with the girl I love and I can’t kiss her.”  Chloe stared at him.  “Me?”
IRIS BLOBEL(Sports Romance)
Looking around she realised he was right. Suddenly she felt uncomfortable and wrapped her arms around her waist before meeting his gaze again
MORGAN WYATT (Contemporary Romance) 
"The Inheritance"
Melody felt guilty rejecting the man, despite knowing who he was. An attractive man on the right side of forty flirting with her was not an everyday occurrence.
DAVEE JONES (Erotic Romance)
"The trek to the volcano took a couple of hours. The first part by four-wheeler all-terrain vehicle and the final mile on foot."

Monday, August 5, 2013


Welcome! Thanks for stopping by. Just click on the writer's name to go to their blog. Don't forget to come back and read everyone's stories. We appreciate your support.
JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
 "The Rescued Heart"
 "What are you doing here is a better question," Bruce countered.
Hack looked at Rory. "You slept with him?" 
SHERRY GLOAG (Contemporary Romance)
Which would she be? Chocolate?  
IRIS BLOBEL (Sports Romance)
She stopped the car in front of her small house she rented. Studying the yard in front of her, the image of his dead body flashed in front of her eyes and the first tears rolled down her cheeks.

 LINDSAY DOWNS (Regency Romance)
He gulped on seeing the gown which graced her, pale green. He suspected it must have been designed to drive a man crazy, which it was doing to him.
SARAH CASS (Paranormal Romance)
The earth dropped out from under her and she fell. She landed with a grunt on a patch of grass.
V. L. LOCEY (M/M Mythological Romance)
“So you try to shoot your twin in the stomach? Imagine what mother would say if you had missed,” I call out. Artemis steps from behind a scraggly copse of shaggy-barked trees, a wry smile on her face. 
She blushed from head to toe, took one deep, deep breath to still her quickened heart. "Right," she grumbled, and in one smooth move, raced over to take the proffered undergarment which must have fallen out when she stumbled.
TRISHA ANDERSEN (Medieval Fantasy Romance)
Brunon’s men never had the patience to stand guard.  What harm could such a little woman do?  If they only knew.
DAVEE JONES (Erotic Romance)
Sexy Bea Spelling
"Tammy had told Bea to dress to kill and wear red lipstick. “Show this guy who’s boss. Bring him to his knees in your sexy power suit. I promise you he won’t know what to do.”
KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)
Dinner had been wonderful.  Lorenzo had taken her out to an Italian restaurant, where he ordered all her favorite foods. 
JILLIAN CHANTAL (20th Century Historical)
Fiona pulled her hair up in a twist securing it with a crystal barrette.
KATHLEEN BALL (Western  Romance)
Burke leaned against the doorframe, His arms were folded and his shoulders and neck were so tense to the point of hurting. Why didn’t she answer her cell?
Paul looked at his companions “where is the Norg home world?”
MORGAN WYATT (Contemporary Romance)
"The Inheritance"
Her breath hitched, testifying to his appeal. If he knew who she really was, he’d probably toss her overboard. 
TAI VICARI (Suspense Thriller)
Hell girl, you better not tell me no, I'm dying for a great meal with some good company.