Calgary, Canada, December 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- For those short on time, there’s Staking Claim by Chrishelle Pierce.
Emma believes her husband has his sights set on another woman but is it all in her head or is she the only one he has eyes for?
Startled, she saw a man’s figure behind her in the mirror. She gasped before realizing it was her husband. Rick was home from work. Staring at her in the master bathroom, watching as she caressed herself. She pushed away the initial embarrassment of the situation, and drew the robe closed to cover her body. After all, he hadn’t touched her in so long, what was she supposed to do? Without turning to look at him, she said, “What are you doing home so early?”
And just in time for the holidays, Naughty for Christmas by Selene Noreen
Could this be the season that Trisha finds Mr. Right?
“So, are you going to answer my questions?” he asked. His deep baritone voice slid down her body and seemed to caress her feminine areas. “Does the clerk fit the description I gave you?”
“Yes, the sales lady matches your description,” her voice squeaked, “but that doesn’t prove anything.” Trisha pulled the blanket tighter around her body. She didn’t know what the hell was going on. When he’d grabbed the phone away from her, he’d smelled like a piece of cinnamon toast. All she wanted to do was curl up next to him until she remembered he had broken into her house and he was probably wanted somewhere.
Get lost in the Heart of the Maze by Rain Chapman
Cilia Makepeace and Devlin Easterly are destined for one another or are they?
A single ray of sunshine stole through the curtains. Its end touched Cilia's hair to reveal all the subtle shades of gold and copper hidden by lamplight the evening before. He wondered what that same soft light would do to her eyes. As though in answer to an unspoken wish, her lashes fluttered open. His breath caught. His heart paused, and then rushed forward. Moss green encircled rust, reminding him of autumn foliage. All thought left him then and only a thrumming need to taste remained.
The intensity of his gaze brought a flush to Cilia's cheeks. The blond stubble covering his cheeks beckoned her touch. Tentative fingers reached out and revelled in the differences between his skin and hers. His arms tightened, lifting her closer. When his lips lowered to cover hers, she forgot to think.
And for those who believe in fairy tales, Stellar Surprise by Summer Falls
Can a fairy with a broken wing and heart ever find happiness?
Someone was caressing her face when she awoke. A faint glow lit the space around her. A face, fair as any she had ever seen, was close to hers, his breath sweet and warm, with the faint smell of honey. Have I met my death?
"Where do you hurt?" he asked.
She blinked, trying to remember what she heard about heaven.
He fluttered his wings, bringing more illumination to their surroundings. She peered past him, seeing the seams of the pocket. Definitely not heaven. Still, she said nothing. The sway of the snow monster's gait nauseated her. Swallowing hard, she grabbed the seam of the pocket. The threads raked against her translucent skin, but she was happy to be feeling anything after the numbing cold. Staring at the stranger's outstretched hand, she refused his help and pulled herself to her feet … then promptly fell against him.
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