Mistletoe means kissing. There’s definitely kissing in Shane: Marshal of Tallav. (Keep reading to find out how you can win a copy!)
Kiss #1: “He kissed her forehead, turned her, and with a hand on her bottom, pushed her toward the door.”
No, no, no. That won’t do. There’s got to be better kissing scenes than that!
Kiss #2: (the one that didn’t happen): “Kissing her now was out of the question.”
Oh, good grief Charlie Brown! Try again!
Kiss #3: (the one he’s thinking about) “The serious little furrow on her forehead begged to be kissed. She was wonderfully sweet, a sweetness he longed to taste and explore. First he would do what he’d been wanting to do since he’d caught sight of her sailing over the bar, her incredible ass on full display.”
Okay, that was closer but still no cigar. And if he wasn’t planning on kissing her, what were his intentions?
Kiss #4: “With a tug, he pulled her against him and began a soft perusal of her lips. It was almost painful to brush against a mouth he wanted to plunder. He slowly drew the tip of his tongue across her plump bottom lip. When she opened to him, he kissed her deeply, tasting and teasing.”
Well okay now we’re kissing.
Naughty or Nice?
I may write naughty, erotic romance, but I’ve been very nice–to my readers. I’ve published two books in the Sons of Tallav series (Shane and Maon) and am offering two free short stories for signing up for my newsletter (“Merry Christmas, Santa” and “The Key.” I’m also busy writing a novella, Matou & Me, that will be published in a boxed set in April 2017 and the third book in the Sons of Tallav series: Rand.
My books, however, are naughty. And I do awful things to my heroes and heroines. One was shot. Another poisoned. Then there’s the flogging, caning, and predicament bondage. But those aren’t really naughty in the same sense. The characters were all on board for the BDSM.
Even when I’m naughty to my characters, I do always give them a happily ever after. It just takes some doing to get them there. The Sons of Tallav series takes place in the future. Each novel has elements of suspense. The heroes are all marshals of Tallav. No, not western style marshals, more like modern-day U.S. Marshals. Tallav is a very special planet, in an obscure corner of the vast Federation. There are no alien species, just humans doing what humans do best, live life raw and unfiltered.
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