I only have one castle in any of my published stories, and this month on Romance Books 4 Us, we’re sharing excerpts about castles.
On the TRS Party Site, I talk about how my story, Weather Witch, forced me to write it.
For two days only, Today through Saturday, October 26, 2013. Persephone’s Song Anthology that has my short story, Weather Witch, is free for the kindle. If you haven’t bought your copy yet, grab your free copy today.
I did a guest post on Lynda Frazier’s Blog. I meant to post this earlier, but my WiFi decided to act up and I couldn’t go online until now.
I’m a guest on Sapphire’s Blog, talking about why I wrote a romance story set in the Regency Era.
I’m on Anne Lange’s Blog as her Spot Light Author. Please drop by and leave a comment. I sure could use the support.
I’m thrilled to announce that Persephone’s Song Anthology has been released on Amazon. It includes my story, Weather Witch.
Weather Witch: Regency Nobleman Lord Godfrey is negotiating for a wife, until Meredith literally storms into the Manor. Then all bets are off as he tries to tempt the tempestuous nymph into marrying him.
Arianna jumped up, pushing her chair back with an ugly scrape. “She’s here.”
“I know, daughter.” Lady Cawyn pressed her lips together into a thin line.
“She’ll be angry.” Arianna fisted her hands and turned toward her mother. “I told you not to do it, Mother.”
“Who will be angry?” Who or what has them so anxious? Lord Godfrey eyed the two frightened women. William, his steward, shrugged.
All at once there came a mighty bang, not unlike the sound of lightning hitting a tree. Thunder rolled overhead. As the sound faded, pounding feet rushed down the outside vestibule. The double doors were flung wide. In a sudden gust of wind the candles blew out. The maids and butler rushed to relight them. Lightning momentarily lit up the room.
A woman in scant clothing stood at the foot of the table, dripping wet, her hair plastered to her head and shoulders. Anger flashed in her stormy expression. Her blonde hair was nearly white as sea foam, and her eyes gray as a rainstorm.
“Old woman, where is my son?” The woman’s voice was husky.
He stood and stared at the apparition bathed in candlelight. Her breasts heaved as she took in great gulps of air.
“Now this woman has fire.” He didn’t realize he’d spoken aloud until every person in the room turned toward him.
If you are looking for the When Sparks Fly Blog Hop, then you have found it!
I have exciting news. My short story will be published August.
So soon, very soon you can purchase Persephone’s Song and read my short story Weather Witch.
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“Megz, you’re making me head spin.” Seth moaned, wanting to taste her lips again. He fought for control.
“Am I going too fast?” She tweaked one of his nipples.
He closed his eyes briefly. It shocked him that one small thing would rock his control. “I reckon with all the times you knocked me back when I tried to get a leg over.”
She furrowed her brow. “We can do this another time. It’s okay. I can wait.” Her face showed her disappointment.
Seth stared at her bare breasts. He wanted to taste them again. “It’ll take a bit, but I reckon I’ll get over it.” He kissed her again as he tugged on her garment.
While he gathered the bottom of her dress, she put her hands over her head, so he could pulled it off.
She gave a nervous chuckle and smoothed down her hair, reclining back with a leisurely stretch. “I feel so free now. I want to share myself with you.”
His heart beat fast. He swallowed, his throat suddenly dry, watching his soon-to-be lover’s luscious figure. Her body, though scarred from the surgeries, was toned as an athlete’s, her breasts full, the planes of her stomach flat. His donger, already hard, throbbed and his body tightened. He needed to have her—all of her—soon.
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