Favorite Lines Friday: November 18, 2016

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  1. Andrea Roche - November 18, 2016 Reply

    Favorite lines from Nights Arose now available for presale

    He turned his shadowy face, looking at the area where she floated. For a moment, she swore he saw her. Bright blue eyes, like those of a northern wolf, glowed from the black. He held his hand out toward her face, touching her ghostly cheek. She felt his touch, like feathers falling on her cheekbone, trickling down her neck. Arose reached her hand up to meet his. Their fingers mingled, and intertwined. She closed her eyes.

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  2. J Paulette Forshey - November 18, 2016 Reply

    The Tarczal Alliance
    ‘A woman with a legendary past. A vampire with a broken heart. Their love could change the world.’

    “Allyson, I can show you a kiss more powerful than you’ve ever known.” The words tumbled from his mouth like a ghastly cliché, and Logan cringed.
    She laughed. “Do you really get women with that line?”

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  3. Caroline Warfield - November 18, 2016 Reply

    Lines from The Renegade Wife
    She pushed away from the door. “If you’re finished, I’ll clear up your dishes.
    “Damn it woman, I fend for myself here.” He looked her up and down. He noticed her deep blue eyes, midnight black hair, and dusky skin. “What are you? Gypsy? Is that where you learned how to diddle a man out of his belongings?”
    She drew her back up straight and squared her shoulders. The gesture pulled her dress tight across obviously ample breasts.
    There’s a practiced enticement. She’s in for a surprise if she thinks that trick will work on me.
    Chin high, she met his eyes without flinching. “My grandmother is Ojibwa, my father was French, and my husband was a Scot. You can despise whichever one of those your English heart chooses, or all of them, but I am not a thief.”
    She grabbed her skirt and took a step toward the door. “Do fend for yourself. We’ll leave as soon as we can.”
    “I’ll decide when you’re a thief,” he snarled, bringing her to a halt. “It’s my house.”

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