Sunday, June 7, 2015

For Sexy Snippets - June 7, 2015

#SexySnippets are seven sentences, taken from a work in progress, or published book, brought to you every Sunday.


This is a #SexySnippet from Fly Boy, a contemporary romance I wrote before I realized my passion lay in paranormal.

Jaded and overworked Will Harris seems an unlikely match for the naive and independent Kristen Stephens.  Will is looking for a distraction to take his mind off a failed relationship.  Kristen has a firm focus on her career and surreptitiously avoids relationships of any kind.  Meeting on a plane allows a certain amount of anonymity and, seeing Kristen as the perfect distraction, Will intentionally conceals his identity from her.  Add in meddlesome parents, pregnancy allegations from former lovers and Kristen’s lack of sophistication to the list of obstacles that stand in their way. But Will is nothing if not persistent and soon he takes her on a passionate journey, changing their lives and entwining their destinies.

This scene is between my heroine Kristen, a down-to-earth landscaper, and cavalier businessman Will. They were enjoying the New York City skyline from the comfort of Will's yacht when storm clouds suddenly blew in and they are caught unexpectedly in a storm.

Here are the seven sentences... Enjoy! :)


“We might be stuck here for a while.” He wiggled his eyebrows at her suggestively.
Kristen looked at him nervously.  “Do you have any playing cards?”
Will gave her a voracious look.  “I can think of more exciting ways to pass the time.”
Kristen gulped.  


If you liked this sexy snippet, please check out the other awesome authors participating in #SexySnippets this week as well as the other writing samples on my blog and check out my latest release Dream Hunter now available Smarturl.it/dhu

4 comments:

  1. I'm sure he could. LOL Great snippet. I hope you'll get the story published too.

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  2. Lol, I bet she gulped. Great snippet :-)

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  3. :) Thanks for commenting, Doris!

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