Friday, August 23, 2013

Welcome Multi-Published, Jennifer Labelle!

Good Morning, Readers, or Afternoon, whichever it may be. Today's wonderful guest is romance author, Jennifer Labelle. Please leave her a comment!

Author Bio:
Jennifer Labelle resides in Ottawa, Ontario Canada with her husband and three beautiful children. After her third child she became a stay at home mom. In her busy household, Jennifer likes to spend her down time engrossed in the stories she creates. She is an avid reader of romance (especially historical), mystery, and anything paranormal. With an education in Addictions work, she’s decided to take a less stressful approach in life and hopes that you enjoy, as she shares some of her imagination with all of you.

Book blurb:

Jenna Baker is shaken up after her recovery with a near death experience. As if, being haunted with visions and losing her husband in a car accident weren’t hard enough. Could she be losing her mind? She finally moves on, only to have the husband she thought was dead suddenly reappear.

 After the shocking task of convincing Jenna that she’s not seeing his ghost, Tyler becomes overwhelmed with guilt for saving himself and leaving her to almost die. Jenna’s recovery takes its toll while Tyler’s vulnerability gets the best of him. He’s harboring secrets that will devastate her and as Jenna unravels the truth her life takes an unexpected journey.

He smiled again, taking the last plate from her to dry and shook off the extra suds. Drips of water and soap suds flew through the air getting her wet in the process, and he laughed at her shocked expression.
    “Oh, really,” she said in the mood to play. Taking the sprayer hose from the faucet, she turned it on and gave him a squirt. She laughed, and it was his turn to pause in shock.
    She could tell by his expression that this meant war and made a run for it, laughing the whole way. She made it into the living room before he extended his arm to catch her, swooping her up as if she was feather light.
“Got ye.”
    They both laughed, but when she turned to face him, he became serious suddenly. She knew then that the games were over. He brushed a strand of hair from her face and pulled her towards him. Slowly moving his face closer, his eyes sparkled and completely absorbed hers.
    The kiss started out slow, and she wanted him to take his time with it. She held back a groan when his mouth pulled away and pulled him tighter against her. Her adrenaline pumped faster, and she could feel the warmth coursing throughout her body. There was no thinking twice about it; her desire consumed her.
     Pushing him against the wall, she kissed him hard, wanting him in that moment more than she’d ever wanted anything. She liked where this was going, liked being in control, needed it in that moment.
Placing her hands on his chest, she slowly moved them down his beautifully sculptured abs. “Stay,” she whispered, taking a step back so that he could watch as she unzipped her dress. It slowly slid to the floor
exposing her bare breasts and the sexy black thong she wore. She kicked it out of the way, pulled his shirt off, and pressed herself against him again, flesh against flesh.

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Sunday, August 4, 2013

Welcome to the Summer Loving Blog Hop!

Welcome Readers!
Have you ever wanted something so much, you were willing to risk about anything to get it? Well let me tell you a quick tale about hot summer fun on the beach in Florida.
It was the year Hurricane Andrew was headed to Miami and we were headed to Ft. Walton Beach, a permanent move. We knew very little about hurricanes, the ocean, or anything tropical. Driving there, we noticed all the cars were headed west and we were the only ones headed east. I remember laughing and saying maybe we should turn around, but no, Florida was where we were headed, and by darn, Florida was where we would end up at.
We were lucky that we didn't hit the hurricane, but settled in a nice little area in the panhandle. I think that was in August.
By December, even though most Floridians were wearing jackets, we were still wearing shorts and burning up.
We decided to go for a swim in the Gulf Coast waters. Yes, even in December, it was still hot enough to get in the water.
Hubby, being a big, brave man, dived into the water and took off. He was far enough out that I could hear what he was shouting at me, but I knew something was terribly wrong, because he was swimming like a mad man toward me. I swear, I thought he was going to walk on water for a few minutes there.
He finally got close enough I could hear him shouting, "Shark! Shark! Get out of the water!"
I barely had one foot in the ocean. I was too smart to jump in and just take off like a frightened rabbit.
Still I jumped back when I saw two fins headed straight toward us (by this time the hubs had reached me).
I started laughing when I saw the *sea monsters*. Two little baby dolphins had chased hubby all the way back to the chore. They zipped by us so fat. I know they were laughing at hubby. I was.
So there's just one of my tales about us and the hot summer fun in Florida.
I hope you'll enjoy the blurb and excerpt of my latest release. Leave a comment for a chance to win a pdf. copy of Send Him an Angel.

In the Badlands of the Dakota Territory, a war rages between good and evil, between
angels and Satan’s three sons…
 Earth Angel —Elizabeth Bonner’s plans for her wedding dissolve when she discovers her fiancĂ© cheating. To escape the pain and humiliation, she flees to the rowdy mining town of Deadwood Gulch where one person stands between her and hell—Gabriel King.
Dark Angel —Gabriel is feared by most, but he meets his match with Elizabeth. 1876, Dakota Territory is no place for a lady whose innocence is tempting as sin. Toss in a couple of trouble-making cherubs, and the Old West will never be the same.
Elizabeth and Gabriel —more than one war is brewing in the Black Hills…
Please scope out the other author's blogs for a chance at great prizes.