- Katheryn J. Avila | @katheryn_avila
- Bill Engleson | @billmelaterplea
- Barbe Crabtree | @ComeOnPeopl
- Sheilagh Lee | @SweetSheil
- Siobhan Muir | @SiobhanMuir
- Silver James | @SilverJames_
- Kel Heinen | @Aightball
Kel Heinen | @Aightball
Siobhan says: Grief never has a time limit, and sometimes it just hits out of the blue. This was one of those sweet tales that shows it's okay to be sad, even has the happy is gathering around you. Softly written, and yet bold in its own way.
Katheryn J. Avila | @Katheryn_avila
Siobhan says: What I liked about this tale was the emotions were expressed beautifully without "feeling" words. The narrator showed indignation, her hero showed anger, and the villain showed entitlement without saying "I felt anger". Nicely done.
Silver James | @SilverJames_
Siobhan says: Good glory, I laughed out loud with this one. Not only was she fighting her attraction, but he maintained his sexy mystery without being a jerk. This tale had just the right amount of excitement, humor, temptation, sexy mystery to make me laugh out loud at the end. "Tag, you're it." And he was, not just because of his name, but also because he's it for her. Awesome.
Opening my mouth, only a sound came out. “Uhm…”
He arched a brow which only infuriated her.
“Uhm.” Dang it. I was a full grown woman. Right? Right. Of course I was. I could handle thus hunka-hunk-of-burning-love. I pulled together whatever brain I had left and pasted a professional smile on my face. Because I was all professional like that. “May I help you?”
A slow grin tweaked the corners of his mouth and I liked my lips. I could almost taste him.
“I have the feeling you just might, darlin’.”
Oh my freaking god. He had a drawl. A real life southern drawl. I swallowed. Hard. Professional, I reminded myself.
“Are you shopping for something in particular, sir?”
He laughed, deep and rumbling, making the hair stand up on my arms.
“I wasn’t until I saw you.” He teased his fingertips down my cheek. “Now, doesn’t that feel right?”
My knees all but buckled. It did. It felt so very right.
“My name is Tag.”
“Tag, you’re it.” And he was.
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