Greetings. Disastrous week on the writing front here. Computer problems and program updates are driving me crazy but thankfully WeWriWa posts everything better. 🙂 I’m again sharing more from Hunting the Hero. I’ve skipped ahead a teensy bit from last week. In the last excerpt shared, Constantine wanted an introduction. Calista strutted forward and…
The bold move placed her between him and the bawd as if the larger woman might need her protection. “This was a private conversation, my lord.”
Calista shrugged as if the matter were of no importance. “Wagers are placed in any number of places and at any time about many things. Do you take offence to each and every one?”
“I never said I was offended. I just doubt your ability to do as you claim.”
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Hunting the Hero OUT NOW
Meredith wants no part of her long-ago identity as Rosemary Randall. She’s created a more exciting life as a courtesan. She’ll never let herself be tied down to the Earl of Grayling, but something deep inside her yearns to stay. Should she trust the man she’s coming to love with the secrets of her past, or flee to save them both from heartbreak?
10 thoughts on “WeWriWa: Hunting the Hero Pt8”
So now she is going to want to prove him wrong, I can feel the danger coming here.
Excellent excerpt, can’t wait for more between these two characters! Really enjoying the story…
Great use of the 8’s yet again Heather! This couple just gets more and more intriguing.
oh oh. Constantine needs to be careful
Love the excerpt Heather! There is so much chemistry between them that it almost blew up my computer screen! Can’t wait for next week’s post! 🙂
He’s going to regret doubting her… possibly in a good way. 😛 Great 8!
I like Calista’s spirit. Great 8 🙂
I am enjoying the language you’re using and the sharp exchanges between characters.
He’s falling into the web she’s so expertly woven…
She is certainly not a push-over. Good 8
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