Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Tuesday Tales - 15 Authors Writing to the Word Prompt "Ruthless"


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Elizabeth Black (Sweet Romance)
It snowed the second day of 2015. Eric and I holed up in our house, blind to the world with no internet or TV since cable had gone out – but that didn't stop him from surprising me.

V.L. Locey (Multicultural Romance)
Even as Rhick and his new bride smiled and removed their coats, the hateful glares from the Clairton Corp were erupting.

Karen Cino  (Contemporary Romance)
"I took the walky-talky part of it and sat outside in the car around the corner listening to see if anything was taking place.  I did this for close to a week."

Iris Blobel (Contemporary Romance)
“If you can’t remember what you had, you can’t miss it, right?”

Trisha Faye  (Contemporary Romance)
Keeping her back turned on the hunk of masculinity that followed her in, she composed herself while she shuffled through a stack of papers.

Jean Joachim (Contemporary Romance)
“Take him for every cent he has,” Rory advised her friend.

Morgan Wyatt (Contemporary Romance) Exposed
“For a change, I’d like to have mind-blowing sex.”

Jillian Chantal (Contemporary)
"You celebrate divorce?" Ian looked horrified.

Sarah Cass (Contemporary Holiday Romance)
“So you’re the black sheep.”
“If you ask my momma right now she’d say yes."

Joselyn Vaughn (Romantic Comedy)
Harris attempted to wrench Jaiden into the truck, but Marshall jumped into the road with a howl that would have made a sasquatch proud.

Kathleen Ball (Historical Western Romance)
A horse nickered and she pushed herself up. Her heart skipped a beat in fright. On the horse sat a huge man covered in animal furs. His rifle lay across his lap.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Paranormal Romance)
Shale flipped the ‘gone to lunch’ sign and clicked the latch to lock the door.

Davee Jones (Contemporary Adult Romance) The Fantasy Leagues series Book 3 entitled, Personal Fouls
 "While ruthless on the field was one thing, an a$$hole during the day to day was another.

Mary Terrani (Urban Fantasy)
“Yet I can’t tell if you want to cry or throw up every time I call you Daddy.” Annie squeezed his hand back with a smile.

Tricia Andersen (Steampunk Romance)
“Stay behind me,” he ordered as he cautiously approached the building. Nudging the door open with the toe of his boot, he stepped inside.

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