Weekend Writing Warriors 7-21-13

Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors. I missed a few weeks getting my new blog up and I’m so glad to be back with a snippet from my first novel, Falcon’s Angel, A Cardiff Novel Book 1. Here is Falcon at work. 


Falcon walked over to the interrogation table. “Three days in Quajing Prison not enough for you? Sit down.”

Max stepped over the prone guard to sit back down in his chair. “Solitary confinement. You bastards…” he rasped.

Falcon took the seat at the other end of the table. “Max, tone it down or you are not going to like what happens here.”

Sore Neck got up from the floor and linked Max’s chain to the seat.                                

Blood trickled down Max’s face. He shook his head so it wouldn’t run in his eye.

Sore Neck gave the chain a malicious tug before he went to hold up the other corner of the room. Max licked the blood off his busted lip like it belonged to Sore Neck.


Want to know more about the Cardiff series? Falcon’s Angel, A Cardiff Novel Book 1 is available at Liquid Silver Books. Read an excerpt here.

Coming September 9th from Liquid Silver Books: Love Entwined, A Cardiff Novel Book 2. Read more about it here.

My Sexy Saturday



I was MIA for a while, moving to my new blog, hanging curtains and finding just the right overstuffed comfy couch to read sexy romance – and missed a few weeks of My Sexy Saturday. It’s great to be back!

Hope you enjoy this snippet from my upcoming release Love Entwined, A Cardiff Novel Book 2, available at Liquid Silver Books on September 9th. 🙂


Love Entwined, A Cardiff Novel Book 2

She should protest—she did not know him. Instead, she sighed with the cool night air against her bare breast.

Warm hands drew her close, a comfort as much as a command. When he wrapped his arms around her, the bedroom walls fell away. She smelled the sea and the wind whipped around them.

She dug her fingers into his back and remembered … the way he nipped her neck when he sank into her, his deep, satisfied grunt when she clung to him, how he pinned her down, holding back the release until she thought she would die if he didn’t let her come right now…

She did know him. He was her capitaine. She molded herself against him and his chin dipped to rest on her head.

When he pulled back, a thick, black forelock winged away from his forehead. Full lips turned upward into dimples and moonlight shone in his eyes. “My love.”

She rubbed her nipples into the curls sprinkled across his chest and finally, he lifted her and laid her down on the water’s surface. His body, all hard planes and angles, pushed her down. She wrapped her legs around him atop a swelling wave.

He murmured approval as he cupped her buttocks, lifted her hips and drove into her all in one deft motion.


Want to start the Cardiff series? Read more on Falcon’s Angel, A Cardiff Novel Book 1 here