Quote-Tastic 7

Happy Monday Y’all! It’s that time again! I’m joining Herding Cats & Burning Soup for the Monday meme Quote-Tastic, celebrating our favorite quotes from our favorite books! Hopefully this won’t be seen as shameless self-promotion, but I figured I ought to quote one of my own books at least once. 😉 Hope you enjoy:

She feasted her eyes on Drew like a starving woman, and again felt the blush creep up to her cheeks from her memories of the last time they were together.

He was dressed simply, but to such perfection, it made her want to sink her teeth into him. His long, thick legs were covered in threadbare denim with raveled holes at the knees. He wore a plain white t-shirt, stretched tight across his broad chest. His square jaw and sharp cheekbones were as familiar to her now as her own, as she had licked and kissed every inch of them the night before.

The mist outside had dampened his dark blonde hair, causing it to curl more than usual. It was sexy, in an adorable, boyish way, and her fingers itched to tug on the locks. What a pick-up line that would be, she thought. Can I pull your hair? Pretty please?

Those expressive blue eyes mesmerized her, in part because of their beauty, but mostly because he was looking at her with an expression on his face that was akin to the one Jeremiah wore for Isla.

Her stomach fluttered, and she laid a hand over it as if to calm the feeling. Oh, get a grip, she thought. Just a fling. Seriously. Ignoring the little voice in her head that was saying yeah, sure, keep telling yourself that, she hoisted herself up onto the bar and swung her legs over the other side.

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    • Thanks for checking it out! I am transitioning publishers right now so my ebooks are down (print to order still available), but if you get to a point where you’d like to read or review, I’d be happy to provide an ebook review copy.

      I love the covers too! I actually found the artwork for Blood in the Valley first, which is how I found my artist. I hadn’t even finished the manuscript at the time, but I knew that was my cover. 🙂