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Saturday, June 16, 2018

Saturday's Excerpt – The Interview

"No one likes to be criticized. Besides, I'm supposed to be the one interviewing you."

A hurt expression crossed Shayla's beautiful face. "I'm only trying to help you. Look, it's late. I'm going to grab a shower then get some sleep. You can use the guest room down the hall third door on the right." She moved toward the hallway.

"I…I thought…." her voice trailed off.

Shayla's head snapped back around. "You thought what? You have a bad habit of leaving sentences unfinished. If you have something to say, please say it."


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Saturday, June 9, 2018

Saturday's Excerpt – Best Friends

Callie watched the color drain from Katie's face and realized that Katie misread her silence as dislike. "No…no," she quickly whispered in a raspy voice. "It's okay." She placed a trembling hand on top of Katie's, staring into her sea-green eyes and losing herself in the wonder of everything that made Katie what she was. Now those eyes held the promise of something special.

"What do you want from me, Katie?"

Katie tenderly put her free arm around Callie's neck and drew her closer. Callie felt Katie's fingertips tremble as their lips met again. This time neither one of them pulled away. She wanted to stay locked in Katie's embrace for the rest of her life. 


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Saturday, June 2, 2018

Saturday's Excerpt – Sweet Surrender

"For the last time, I don’t care," she said, exasperated. "Class is going to start." She saw Jordan reenter the room. "Let’s get into position. Remember we’re breaking into groups of three tonight so I will be working with you two." The truth was that she did care. To try to stop Jordan Hunter from invading her thoughts, she’d kept herself so busy all week that she literally fell into bed each night exhausted. She knew eventually she’d have to get Jordan Hunter into bed to get it out of her system. That was the only way she could exorcise her from her thoughts. But the problem was if Jordan was involved with someone Sawyer would never come between them. She’d just have to play it by ear. If Jordan made a direct pass, she’d take her up on it. After their one night of raw uninhibited sex was over, she could move on and put this ridiculousness behind her. The worst-case scenario was that Jordan would want more than a one-night stand. Commitment was not in Sawyer’s vocabulary.

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Saturday, May 26, 2018

Saturday's Excerpt – Katra

Katra wasn’t interested in the surprise. She wanted her question answered, but before she could say another word, the screen was filled with the image of Lily slowly unbuttoning her blouse. Katra swallowed hard. The unanswered question could wait for now. Her eyes stayed glued to the screen. She’d had phone sex before, but never on a video chat. This was new and could prove to be very interesting. Her eyes stayed focused on Lily’s fingers as they sensuously undid the buttons on her silky blouse. Katra suddenly realized that the shadows had faded from Lily’s chest, but were still hiding her face. Her pulse quickened.

Lily took her time removing the blouse, enticing Katra. When Lily finally slid it over her firm shoulders, her perky medium sized breasts filled the screen. "Do you like these?" she asked seductively as she slowly massaged them.

Katra licked her lips. "Yes," she whispered hoarsely, overcome with desire as she watched Lily’s large nipples harden. Katra longed to be touching them, bringing them into her mouth. Her throat dried out as she continued to watch. She grew wet and a slow burn forced her to shift her position in her chair. She swallowed hard again as her heart pounded against her chest.

"Would you like to touch them, Katra?" Lily asked in a voice that the app made sound slightly throaty and desirable.

Sweat formed on Katra’s brow. "Yes," she said hoarsely. "Tell me who you are. I don’t want to wait."

"Soon... very soon. I’ll have more for you tomorrow night. I’ll be here at nine."

Before Katra could respond, Lily was gone. 


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Saturday, May 19, 2018

Saturday's Excerpt – Partners: Deception

Johanna swallowed hard. "I swear, if it wasn't broad daylight I'd whip everything off my desk and take you right now."

Frankie cocked an eye. "Now who's insatiable?"

Johanna laughed softly. "Okay. We're even." The phone buzzed and Johanna picked it up. "Hi, Trey. Calm down and tell me what's wrong."

Frankie immediately leaned forward and looked at Johanna. Trey Daniels was one of their closest friends. They'd met him after they'd quit the Philadelphia police force and
moved to Charlestown where they purchased twenty acres, built their dream home, rented an office in a strip mall sandwiched between a coffee shop and hair salon and hung
out their sign: Obrien and Barker Private Investigators.

"Does Will know?" Johanna asked.

Frankie's curiosity was piqued. She wished Johanna had put the phone on speaker. She couldn't read much in Johanna's expression and hoped there wasn't a problem between
Trey and Will. Will Benjamin was not only Trey's life partner, but business partner as well. Trey owned a landscaping business, over the years had expanded it, and now
had added an entire crew to run most of it while he got his new construction business off the ground.

"Okay. We'll see what we can find out. I'll talk to you later, Trey. No, don't worry. We won't let Will know." She hung up the phone.

"I hope it's not trouble in paradise," Frankie said.

"No. It's nothing like that. Trey wants us to do a thorough background check on an old friend of Will's."


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Saturday, May 12, 2018

Saturday's Excerpt – Partners: Winds Of Fire

She crossed to the window and peered out into the peaceful and serene darkness. She didn't take anything for granted anymore. How quickly everything could change from one second to the next. She'd almost lost Johanna at the hands of that monster Carson Fellows. Johanna's life had almost been snuffed out that night and there was nothing Frankie could have done to protect her. She'd never forget the overwhelming helplessness she'd felt. She tried to erase the disturbing images of Johanna in the clutches of that monster from her mind. She was fine during the day, but as soon as darkness fell the memories flooded back, almost consuming her.

Frankie felt no closure even with Fellows' death. It was as though he was still reaching out from the grave waiting for the perfect time to strike again. It unsettled her. She couldn't share her feelings with anyone—especially not Johanna. She hoped the backyard renovation would not only chase away Johanna's lingering demons, but her own as well.


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Saturday, May 5, 2018

Saturday's Excerpt – Partners: Beyond The Shadows

"The name does sound vaguely familiar, but I don't remember him." She tensed. "Why would I? I was just a little kid when he went to prison." Her eyes narrowed as she looked again at George. "What's going on? Level with me, George, what are you not telling me? If I'm somehow connected to this piece of garbage, I have a right to know." She thought her chest would explode as the adrenalin gushed through her body making her movements jerky. She hoped to God she wasn't related to this monster. Could he be some relative her parents had disowned and never wanted her to know about? From what she read in his record she certainly wouldn't have blamed them if that was what had happened.

The sheriff shifted his heavy body and then rubbed his stubbly jaw thoughtfully before exhaling loudly. He kept his eyes level with hers. "Frankie, the reason I called you two in is because Carson Fellows was released from prison six months ago." His jaw tightened. "He's recently threatened to take care of those who put him in prison and now he's disappeared. His parole officer hasn't heard from him in weeks and he's left no paper trail."

Her eyes widened. The way George was looking at her, with so much sympathy in his eyes, caused her throat to constrict and her blood to run cold. What was he holding back? Why didn't he just come right out and tell her what the hell was going on? If she could manage to keep her own emotions in check, he'd tell her. He was gauging her reaction and preparing her for bad news. The more she looked into his eyes she finally saw something else there, too. Something he was trying hard to hide, but failing miserably at. Fear mixed with a good dose of sympathy. She'd never seen Sheriff George Ryker emit an emotion of fear before this moment. It made her uncomfortable. Why would George be afraid of an ex-con on the run? And what did that monster have to do with her?


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