Saturday, February 18, 2017

My Sexy Saturday #MSS177

This week's "My Sexy Saturday" theme is "The Sexy HUNK".  Ever wonder how that kid you went to grade school with turned out? In this snippet from my novella "An Unexpected Knight" in the forthcoming anthology, "Decades of Love", Sarah realizes Kyle has grown up...and WOW!

“Oh my God! Sarah!” Suddenly he lifted her and swung her around in his arms. She went as stiff as the armor he wore in front. He sat her back down and she laughed and leaned against the stall door, taking him in. And, wow, the years had been extremely kind to him. No wonder they’d hired him. He certainly wasn’t a geeky kid anymore! No doubt he’d be making women from sixteen to ninety swoon when they watched him in the show. 

Sarah never expected to see Kyle again, let alone to have to work with him.

Kyle became a Knight, not guessing “the one that got away” would be the one he’d rely on each evening.

But, magic can still happen in King Arthur’s arena.

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Love hits the jackpot in these six seductive tales, each set in a different decade in the hottest, wildest, most sinful of cities - Las Vegas. In Elizabeth Spaur’s Miss Atomic Bomb, a beauty pageant brings a cowboy and city girl together. A desperate singer finds new hope with a not-so-jaded casino owner in B.A. McIntosh Home at Last. In Lynn Crain’s Hooked on a Feeling, two Vietnam vets get a second chance at love while facing enemies at home. A rodeo star falls hard for a showgirl in Diane Deeds’s Total Eclipse of the Heart. In Kay Phoenix’s An Unexpected Knight, a hero on a mighty steed captures the heroine’s heart. A good girl learns that being bad can be very, very good in Tami Cowden’s It Happen One Vegas Night. Mobsters and G-men, cowboys and showgirls, singers and dancers, and even a knight in shining armor all find that Sin City is not just a place to have fun – but also a great place to fall in love. 

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1 comment:

  1. A lot of heroes in this week's teasers. Sounds like a happy reunion.