Sunday, 3 February 2013

His Treasure #SexySnippets #HistoricalRomance


Happy Sunday, everyone. Welcome back to the Sexy Snippets blog hop hosted by The Nuthouse Scribblers.

The idea is for writers to post a 7-sentence snippet from your work-in-progress or published work and share the post using the hashtag #sexysnippets. You are welcome to join in, just go to  
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I've taken my snippet from my first ever published historical romance novella, His Treasure (Men of Valor 1).
I hope you enjoy it.
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He ached for his wife. He longed to go to her as she stood drying her body. He wanted to taste her sweet lips, feel her softness against his skin and sink into her warm depths again and again and again. Yet he didn’t move, but stood there watching her get dressed while he wanted to undress her.
This was madness.
If his friends saw him, they would laugh at him. What man ached for his wife and yet did nothing about it?
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Share your thoughts and check out the other sexy snippets this week.


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