Monday, March 10, 2014

Where are you, Spring?

I’ve got it bad. Seriously, really, really bad. Staring at all the snow and sleet on the ground has given me the itch for warm weather. Sure, I love winter, but there’s a point at which enough is enough Mother Nature! I’m over it, where are the flowers and singing birds?

I’ve gotten into organic gardening and spring means I get to play in the dirt, breathe fresh air, and work on my farmer’s tan. Tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, potatoes, greens, herbs, and a few other goodies that make my mouth water just thinking about them. Nothing compares to fresh veggies right out of your very own garden, though it can be hard frustrating work, and I’m ready to start planting. When I see the ground again. Whenever that’ll be. *big sigh*

Are you a gardener? What do you like to plant? Leave a comment with email and you might win an ecopy of my 1NS paranormal release Dirty Love!



DIRTY LOVE
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BLURB
Kat goes on the prowl looking for a one night stand to rile up her new friends. A little shock and awe to keep her sane in a life no longer hers. When she’s matched with Jared through 1Night Stand, he seems perfect for her plans. Conservative, sweet, and sexy as sin, she’s ready for one hell of a ride.
But Jared is more than she bargained for—much more. And when her plans for amusement turn dangerous will the two find a way to stay alive?
EXCERPT
"Come on.” She winked. “You don’t have to do anything you don’t want to do.”
"I thought these things were urban legend. I never imagined I’d see one in real life.”
His date’s gaze glimmered with mischief. “There are lots of big hairy surprises out there for those brave enough to search for them.”
“Like you, for one.” He cleared his throat. “Except for the hairy part. I hope, anyway.”
A slight blush colored her cheeks, and he brushed his knuckles over the soft skin there. Shadows marred the smoothness beneath her eyes. Had she been sick? Or maybe her party girl lifestyle drew out too much. She stepped back.
“Cowboy up, sugar.” She grasped his hand and pulled him forward, again surprising him with her power. Under the softness of her curves lay a fair amount of muscle. He swallowed. She could ride him without tiring, take his maddened pounding for hours. It’d take all night to spend the pent up energy boiling in his veins. He’d passed the point of return; jerking off wouldn’t satiate his needs. Without sex, and soon, he’d run howling through the streets, a crazed animal.
After taking an elevator to the basement level of the parking garage, she led him to a red door and rapped on its freshly painted surface. Dark corners closed in on them. The hairs on his arms and neck rose. He sensed being watched. More cameras. Were as many inside? And maybe a live Internet feed his family could run across in some improbable way?
Don’t create imaginary monsters. He squared his shoulders.
A partition slid open. Dark eyes narrowed, focusing on Kat who lifted a pale brow. The panel slammed closed, and Jared let a small sigh slip. Could he be off the hook? This night had turned out to be more than he’d bargained for, leaving him ready to tuck tail and run. Find somewhere else to indulge his feral wants with his date. The door swung open, and the odor of incense assaulted him. His escape option evaporated.


11 comments:

  1. Whatever the opposite of green fingers is, I have it. I have even killed a spider plant! However the sun has been out in London for the last few days so the weeds are coming up lovely. Oh and my mint, I can grow mint, needed for Pimms and Mojito' s lol
    Tuckerpuss@aol.com

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    1. LOL And I've killed cactuses in the past, but I'm getting better. Have you tried chocolate mint? It's good stuff.

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    2. Chocolate mint???? Sounds interesting, I will have to look out for some :-)

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    3. One of my friends grew some in her yard, it tastes a bit like a peppermint patty.

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  2. PS I love the 1NS books, I wish they would release them in anthologies *hint hint*

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  3. I kill all things green. I'm not sure how, it just happens. I'm pretty sure a few fake plants have even met their demise under my care.
    The excerpt left me wanting to read more. You've just sold another book! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I'm desperately wishing for warmer weather. I'm not a good gardener...I'm told I have a black thumjb, but I'm going to try growing strawberries this year. :)

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  5. I'd love to have a vegetable and herb garden, and a compost pile! Alas, my apartment doesn't allow for that. But one day…
    The book sounds fabulous!

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