Leap Year Blog Hop

This is my first hop and I’m a little nervous. I pictured bunnies hopping over the fields, then small green frogs hopping from lily pad to lily pad. Such is the way my mind works. Next I remembered playing leap frog as a child. Everyone got to participate so it does relate to our hop today. This is for fun. Jump from blog to blog and leave a comment at each. The authors are rewarding the bunnies, frogs, playful children or commenters with a chance to win a book at each blog.

I’m awarding an e-book copy of Ancient Blood. Please leave a comment with a contact email address in be put in the drawing. Read to the end for the next leap. I’ve also included the full list for those who missed one.

Ancient Blood

Ancient Blood by Barbara Edwards is a Paranormal with strong romantic elements

This excerpt is sensuous

Lily Alban escapes a murderous stalker, but his vicious attack leaves her with the ability to see auras. She finds safety in the tiny hamlet of Rhodes End where a stranger stands out like a red light. Try as she might to deny her growing desire for Cole, she seeks his help but soon discovers the man she loves is not a man at all.

Werewolf Cole Benedict resists his attraction to Lily. A botanist researching the healing herbs to find a cure for Lycanthropy, he’s determined to protect Lily from her stalker as well as himself even in human form, but instinct takes over when he changes to his inner beast.

Together they must use their extraordinary gifts to catch Lily’s stalker before he attacks again, but revealing their secrets to one another could destroy their growing love or save them both.

 

Excerpt:

“Lily?” His strong hands gently cupped her shoulders.

“Don’t, please don’t.”

She pulled away, fully intending to flee. Her resistance shattered, and she turned into his embrace. It was too late to escape. Pressing against his strength, she wound her arms around his neck and pulled him closer. His erection prodded her stomach, and she moaned. A heavy groan filled his throat as he lifted her from her feet. He kicked the bag aside as he sat her on the counter.

“I can’t wait,” he growled. His flaring aura spiraled with colors she couldn’t name. She caught her breath. One hand burrowed through her hair, keeping her still as he stepped between her thighs. “You’re all I could think about all day.”

Clasping her bottom, he slid her to the edge of the counter. With his lips claiming her mouth, he unbuttoned her slacks, than lifted her slightly to push them down and off.

The cold surface only made her more aware of his scorching heat. His rough denim pants scraped her inner thighs in contrast with the silky hair under her palms. Her pulse leaped, and she gasped. His male scent mixed with hints of the wild forest filled her nostrils. When his fingertip explored the heated moisture gathering at her juncture, she tightened her thighs around his hips.

Don’t forget to comment and leave a contact.

The next stop is at ML Spenser – Tale Spinner

http://msspencertalespinner.blogspot.com

 

Happy Leap Year Day!

Here’s the full list of participants so you can see them all!

http://amberkally

wordpress.com

 
http://msspencertalespinner.blogspot.com
http://www.darkersideofromance.com
http://wendysoliman.blogspot.com/
http://rachel-haimowitz.blogspot.com
http://ladyjanice.blogspot.com/
http://www.lynncrain.blogspot.com
http://www.rannsiracusa.com/blog
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Author: Barbara Edwards

Riveting Romance with an Edge

12 thoughts on “Leap Year Blog Hop”

  1. Thanks for joining the blog hop! I enjoyed the excerpt and I know the book will be great! I also enjoyed reading about Trying Triberr, it was so interesting. I am going to do it. Have you joined Pinterest yet? It is a great site, I recommend it. Thanks so much! Pam

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  2. When I first read the blurb and saw the cover, I was thinking YA, after the excerpt I realized I was quite wrong. ;- ) My only complaint is that the excerpt was just a bit too short.

    acm05atjuno.com

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