Monday, May 12, 2014


Welcome! Our word prompt this week is "Mother" in honor of Mother's Day. Click on the name of the writer to go to their blog. Don't forget to come back and read all the stories. 
JEAN JOACHIM (Sports Romance)
The pug opened his eyes and lifted his lip to show his teeth. He growled a low, menacing sound. 
TRISHA FAYE (Contemporary Fiction)
“Settle down Lenox, You’re next,” Rosemary called out to the towering Great Dane with her paws perched on the top of the face, her jowls hanging taller than the caretaker’s head. 
V.L. LOCEY (M/M Historical Romance)
“He asks that if they tell us where the Boyden boy is will we take them with us. He misses his mother."
JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)
“Doctors are the worst patients.”
Right now he needed to hit something repeatedly.  He glanced down at his scarred knuckles.  Maybe until they started to bleed.  Whatever it took to purge those memories from his mind. 
IRIS BLOBEL (Sports Romance)
Placing her hand on his hard chest, she pushed him away. “No wonder you haven’t been with a girl for a long time. Your foreplay sucks, Marky.”
KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance) 
Erika was taken back by her gesture.  Sophia wasn’t one to cry or show any emotion.  The last time she cried was at her mother’s funeral over ten years ago.
Karol heart lurched as she realized she didn’t lock the door, before the man could twist the door and pull it open she locked it.
MORGAN K. WYATT(Contemporary Romance)
The Inheritance
Not much had changed in their world while hers had undergone a seismic shift.
SARAH CASS (Historical Western Romance)
 Kat bowed to her sister. “To Martha, the most hypocritical person in Dominion Falls.”
DAVEE JONES (Contemporary Romance)
"Yea, I just said medical school was the easy way out."
KATHLEEN BALL (Western Romance)
He avoided women if he could and they usually got the message except for his neighbor Joleen. She was determined to rope him to the alter and it wasn’t as though they’d ever had a date.

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