Join our #SummerLovinHop lots of sizzling snippets + the chance to win a copy of my Regency vampire romance, Bloodlust Denied!
Welcome to the Summer Lovin' Blog Hop!
Over fifty authors and bloggers have joined together to give you the chance to win an awesome bundle of books as well as read some great posts. Be sure to go to each blog and comment with your email to up your chances of winning. Each comment counts as an entry! Our lovely bloggers are also offering individual prizes so be sure to check them out.
Summer Lovin' - whenever I hear these words I'm transported back to when I was a teen and first watched Grease with John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. Hot summer nights, holiday romance, first love!
And speaking of first love...
My recent release, Bloodlust Denied, features a two thousand year old vampire who has never forgotten his own first love. He is tortured by guilt and regret and long ago abandoned any sense of morality or honor. Or so he thinks, until Morana enters his twilight existence and turns his decadent world upside down.
The tip of her tongue moistened the seam of her lips, and lust speared through his groin and along his thickening shaft. Three years he’d waited for this moment and now that she was in his power he was going to enjoy every last second.
He tugged her to her feet and she stumbled against his knees, dark hair tumbling over her shoulders. He inhaled her fresh, clean scent, rose petals and raindrops and without conscious thought, he drifted his mouth across her tempting skin. He could feel the frantic beat of her pulse vibrating against his lips, against the tip of his searching tongue. His fangs pierced his gums, aching with need and want and rising desperation.
“I should punish you for leaving me in that alley, Morana.”
Her uneven breath feathered across his cheek and her cleavage beckoned.
“I delivered. I owe you nothing from that night.”
“I hadn’t finished with you.”
She moved restlessly from him and tried to free herself. “That’s not my concern. It doesn’t give you the right to take me without my consent.”
He wrapped his free hand around her loosened hair and slowly pulled her head toward him. She resisted and pain flashed across her face but it made no difference. She had no choice but to bow before him.
“I have the right to do whatever I desire.” He breathed the words into her face, watched her pupils dilate and the musky scent of her arousal washed through the enclosed carriage. “And no one will miss you, Morana. No one will instigate a search for your whereabouts. You are completely at my mercy.”
I'm giving away an e-copy of Bloodlust Denied to one commenter on my blog post! Just leave a comment below, or let me know what's your favorite summer inspired movie?
“I wanted to figure out what was going on and why the two had such fiery chemistry: their sex scenes (and they were frequent) leapt off the pages to tickle and entice in all the right places like a giant steam bath.” 4 Stars The Jeep Diva
There is a fabulous Grand Prize for one lucky commenter on the Summer Lovin' Blog Hop - dozens of wonderful e-books including my sizzling historical romance, Betrayed!