grabbed my arm and swung me around. Then his arms were around me, his mouth on
mine and there was madness. I clung to him like a drowning swimmer fighting to
stay above water. His fingers twisted in my hair, pulling me closer. I fell
into him, his coal black eyes, his strong embrace, the fire in his body, in his
laughed when we broke apart. “It’s as I thought.”
put his mouth to the place where my neck meets my shoulder. And then―dear
God―he bit down hard. I cried out in shock. His hands ripped my dress from the
neckline, yanking it down my arms, frantic to get it off my hips.
breath came in gasps. “Wait, I―”
were on the bare ground. His mouth found my breast, taking as much of it as he
could. His right hand cupped the other one, kneading it, rolling the nipple
between his thumb and finger. Then he latched onto that and I roiled beneath
him, moaning, my legs already apart.
mouth was on mine again, demanding more, and I felt him moving against me. Heat
surged over me, through me. He raised his face, looked into my eyes and then
arched over me. He took me swiftly, his control slipping, changing to frenzy.
was no dream, but something more sinister, wild and frightening. I fell into a
world of ghostly images, envisioning the pounding of waves and the roaring of
men in battle. A broadsword appeared in my hand.
I heard the growling, savage need of the man inside me.
yelled a triumphant, haunting roar and then the ground melted away from me and
the only thing keeping me from sinking down into the bowels of the earth were
his arms around me.
is meant to be fun, comedic fantasy, and indeed, has been called “Hot and
hilarious!” plus “The Princess Bride with Sex” by reviewers. But in this excerpt, I set out to present the
other side to the story…the overwhelming passion that Rowena experiences in
this medieval world through the wall.
WALL is on sale for 99 cents! (regularly
are you just glad to see me?”
through her classroom wall into a medieval world, she doesn’t count on being
kidnapped – not once, but twice, dammit. Unwanted husbands keep piling up; not
only that, she has eighteen-year-old Kendra to look out for, and a war to
prevent. Good thing she can go back
through the wall when she needs to…or can she?
Hilarious!” Midwest Book Review
Stephanie Plum” Former editor, Distant
Suns Fantasy Magazine
that some may find outrageous! Continues in Book 2.
Books) is available at:
start as a comedy writer, so it’s no surprise that editors have called her work
‘wacky’ and ‘laugh out loud funny’. She
has over 200 publications, including 100 comedy credits, 40 short stories and 5
novels. She has received six awards for
fiction, and is the Executive Director of Crime Writers of Canada.
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