Saturday, March 31, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

In this week's six we follow Bree as she's about to get the shock of her life...well, one of them anyway. (evil grin)

“Awwww, mommy’s still got the foo,” Will explained; popping up beside Meggie who had rushed to follow Bree to the bathroom.

“The foo huh?” Meggie asked, Bree meeting her skeptical gaze in the mirror as she splashed cold water on her face. “So, dare I ask if I’m gonna be an aunt?” Her brown eyes were shining with both sympathy and happiness.

“Oh God,” Bree groaned burying her face in her hands.

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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

For this week's six sentence Sunday snippet, I give you another peek at my upcoming contemporary erotic romance The Vendetta AND you get a look at the cover!!!!

Last night, Bree had been taken. Thoroughly, utterly taken. Gently or roughly, it didn’t matter. This man had reached into the darkest part of her mind where the desires she admitted to no one but herself in her most secret quiet moments were brought out and laid bare. Her hunger had been allowed to run free. There’d been no guilt, no remorse.

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Saturday, March 17, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

Another yummy six from my upcoming contemporary erotic romance The Vendetta, for your reading pleasure!

Alessandro was drunk on this woman. He felt suffused with her heat, her scent. Green apples and vanilla. The soft moans in the back of her throat, the sting of her nails in his back. Her eyes meeting his. He could drown in those eyes.

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Monday, March 12, 2012

Blood Vows Book One: The Vendetta

I've been loving sharing my little snippets for my upcoming contemporary erotic romance The Vendetta with you all for Six Sentence Sunday. You guys seem to be loving the story so far. I thought I'd reward you with a peek into what the premise for the story is! Here's the blurb for it. Hope you enjoy!

The O’Reiley’s and the Dardano families have always despised each other, turning New York City into a war zone and dividing the loyalties of the biggest families in organized crime. When mob princess Brianna O’Reiley’s husband is murdered under the patriarch Bernardo Dardano’s orders, she vows vengeance on the family that has destroyed hers.

Trying to regroup after her loss, Brianna leaves her young son William with her family and leaves the city to spend some time alone. A snow storm blows in and she crashes into another car on the road. Both she and the other driver are unharmed and take shelter from the storm where Brianna allows herself for just one night, to forget her tragedy in this stranger’s arms.

They part, neither knowing the other’s identity only to discover in a cruel twist of fate that the passionate stranger who helped her through her grief is none other than Alessandro Dardano, the eldest son of Bernardo, returned to New York from running his father’s business overseas to now take his place as Bernardo’s successor.

And Brianna is now pregnant with his child.

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

Another peek at my upcoming erotic romance with No Boundaries Press: The Vendetta. This week's snippet begins the point of no return for Bree and Alessandro. After this first night together, both will be forever changed in ways they can't even begin to imagine!

“Make sure you’re sure because once we start, I won’t let you go until neither one of us can move anymore.”

She shook now but with full blown desire, rather than nervousness. Her juices warmed the skin of her inner thighs. “I want you. I’m sure.”

He pulled her closer and covered her center with his mouth, heat and wet over heat and wet.

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Saturday, March 3, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday

Another peek this week at my upcoming contemporary erotic romance The Vendetta-Book One of the Blood Vows Trilogy. Hope you enjoy!!!

Look where trying to do the ‘right’ thing had gotten her. She no longer had a husband and her son had lost his father. Bree grabbed the man’s shoulders and kissed him back, feeling herself sink into much needed oblivion. He cupped her face and Bree shivered at the warmth in his touch. How did he know, she wondered. How did he know that she had been cold since the second Michael had slipped away from her?

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