Hump Day Hook 2: Hunting the Hero

I’m back again with another installment for Hump Day Hook — a fantastic opportunity to share a piece of writing, work in progress or published story to tease you all with.

humpdayhookSince I do have a new regency romance novel coming out this weekend I thought I’d share a snippet from Hunting the Hero. I hope you like it!

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For a moment he couldn’t breathe. Whoever she was, she made no attempt to join them, no attempt to tempt him or any other man in the room. But she had done the impossible with one haughty glance. She had made his pulse riot. When she moved on, Constantine continued to stare at the vacant space where she’d stood, waiting for her to come back into view. He’d never been so mesmerized by a woman before. The shock of being instantly aroused to the point of pain took a moment to sink in. She was just a slip of a girl really. Barely grown enough to be in a place like this, let alone have that effect on him. Yet with one glance, an invisible hand had closed around his privates and urged him to follow.

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Hunting the Hero releases September 1st

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?


My first Hump Day Hook: An Accidental Affair

I’ve signed up for my first Hump Day Hook where a small group of authors share a paragraph of a book they’re working on, a new release coming soon or a book already out. I’ve not done a lot of teasers of late. This should be fun.



Today I’m sharing a snippet from an upcoming story, a work in progress, that probably won’t release until the first half of next year. The tentative title is An Accidental Affair … enjoy!

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Lady Arabella Farnsworth was not the kind of woman to incite great passion in any gentleman she met. In truth, she did not believe she had ever stirred the slightest rush of desire. Nevertheless, she would not be deterred from her mission. Around her, the most eligible, witty and downright dangerous lords of society strolled the throng, taking their pick from any number of willing widows. Arabella was both a widow and exceedingly willing. It was simply a matter of catching the right gentleman’s eye and praying he understood her intentions.

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 Hope you enjoyed the snippet. I’m off to see who else has posted their snippets so far.


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