Sunday, 8 July 2012

Six Sentence Sunday from Tiger Scars

I'm just a tad excited, 'cause Tiger Scars releases tomorrow!



One more sleep, as my kids would say.

*big grin*

So, without further ado, here are another hot six.

We are still in the scene I shared from last time.


Tears filled her eyes, and she blinked them away, every fiber of her being drawn into the mesmeric quality of Ink's voice, as he praised her responses, called her beautiful, reassured, teased, nibbled, and soothed the sharp sting of his claws and teeth, as they traveled the path of destruction others had wrought on her body. She obeyed his command to turn around without a second thought, her body floating in the space between time and pain, a place where she had not been in a very long time. Every scrape of his claws, every bite of his teeth, every soft kiss delivered on her quivering skin, pitched her deeper into the soul-deep connection she'd only ever shared with this man. Sensations zinged across her nerve endings. Her skin heated, and her pussy clenched, the musk of her arousal heavy in the air.
          "Look how beautiful you are."



For a larger excerpt check out my guest blog and GIVEAWAY here. And stop by tomorrow to help me celebrate. The bubbly is already in the fridge!


Have a great Sunday, folks, and don't forget to check out the other authors' six sentences here.

14 comments:

  1. Nice six and good luck tomorrow, as always. :P

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  2. Doris...I can not wait to read this book!!!! YAY only one more day! :D

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  3. awesome descriptions! Good luck with the release.

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  4. That's some sweep me away writing there, Doris! Very nice! :)

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    1. Thanks, Lila. I loved writing this story!

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  5. So sexy! Good luck with tomorrow's release, Doris!

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  6. Is it just me, or is Ink officially awesome? ;)

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    1. Lol! Ink is special. I fell hopelessly in love with him when I wrote him. *sighs to self*

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