Saturday, July 9, 2011

Six Sentence Sunday - July 10 - Six From "Kinfolk"


From my new romantic suspense and family saga novel, KINFOLK, just out last Monday from Champagne Books come this week's six sentences.

First - the blurb:


When Katherine Vaughn flees California, she returns home to her native Arkansas, a place she barely remembers. As she settles in at the family farm with her aunt, she finds herself growing closer to her late cousin's husband, Ben Hatfield. Ben is a lot more than the country bumpkin she first takes him to be and when the men who threatened her follow her to Arkansas he will rely on his skills as a former Navy SEAL to protect her.

As their feelings toward one another grow, so does the danger and in the end, it’s anyone’s guess what will happen or if anyone will be safe.

Katherine’s life is in jeopardy as she wonders if there is any hope left in her heart.

            Kinfolk is a novel about the power of love and the strength of family ties.

The Six Sentences:
He put his hands over hers and nodded. “You’re what I’m hungry

for.”

As he had waited hours to do, he devoured her mouth with his, desire

flooding his veins. His kiss was an unspoken question, an invitation and as

her body surged toward him, he felt her answer. A living force spun between

them and drew them together. His hands moved over her shoulders in a

caress then dropped to her breasts, nothing but flannel separating them from

his touch.

Available at Amazon.com, All Romance Ebooks, Manic Readers, Coffee Time Romance, Champagne Books and more
http://www.amazon.com/Kinfolk-ebook/dp/B005A90F9M/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_7

15 comments:

  1. Very sensual six, Lee Ann! Thanks!

    Kally

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  2. Sexy six, Lee Ann! I want to keep reading! :)

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  3. Very sexy snippet. 'You're what I'm hungry for' - oh my! :-D

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  4. I'm totally digging that line, too: "You're what I'm hungry for."

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  5. Beautifully sensual. Super snip!

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  6. Fantastic sexy six! I love the words 'a living force spun between them' it has so much movement.

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  7. Lovely scene. Thanks for sharing it.

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  8. "A living force spun between them", lovely! :)

    ~Xakara
    Dawn's Early Light 6SS

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