Weekend Writing Warrior – 10/27/13

This week my WWW entry come from Hot Nights in St. Blaise Book #11 – Nabbing Mr. November – Available this week from Turquoise Morning Press!

“I don’t think I’m going to make it till after dinner,” he whispered. “I may need an appetizer to hold me over.”

She gave one of those maddening little hums that drove him wild. He covered her with his body, fitting himself to her in a way that seemed impossible for two people of such disparate height, but utterly imperative to his sanity. Her satisfied mewl vibrated under his skin and shot jolts of arousal straight to his groin.

“I could go for a little nibble too,” she whispered as he trailed kisses up the side of her neck.

Nuzzling the rippling waves of jet-black hair spread across the comforter, he ground against her. “I was thinking more like big bites.”

Nabbing Mr. November

Nabbing Mr. November_Maggie Wells

There’s nothing like a butt full of birdshot to help a girl nab an elusive man.

The doctor becomes the patient when Luke Langston lands in St. Blaise’s overrun emergency room with a keister full of birdshot. Worse than the obvious Dick Cheney jokes, he has to endure the abject humiliation of having the one woman he wanted but never quite got round to calling pluck bits of shrapnel from his ass.

The minute Intern Elena Mendes pulls the last shard of shot from Luke Langston’s magnificent tuchas, she strips off her gloves and plants a big, wet kiss square on his assailant’s lips.

It was about time someone took Dr. Iceman down a notch. Or twenty.

Luke’s cockiness makes Elena crazy, but she can’t resist the sparks that fly each time she they butt heads. Every time he’s near, she’s compelled to turn it up a notch, curious to see how much heat it will take to melt the ice-man’s heart.

She doesn’t know Luke has been on a slow simmer since the day he first saw her. A tease, a taunt, a whispered confession and a heated kiss are all it takes to make their attraction boil over into something too hot to handle.

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18 Replies to “Weekend Writing Warrior – 10/27/13”

  1. I always thought that they say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Now I’m positive that it is dinner. Love the eight.

    1. Thanks, Riles.When Regina pushed Cora thuorgh the mirror, I was absolutely sure she was sending Cora to Wonderland (to become the future Queen of Hearts). But then the ending when Cora showed up in Emma and Mary M’s pit threw me for a loop and made me doubt that Cora had really gone to Wonderland after all. But I think you’re on to something. Maybe she did go first to Wonderland and then somehow made her way (or was taken) to FTL later on.I think Storybrooke Regina was sincere, at least for a moment, in wanting to renounce magic, become a better person, and do the right thing for Henry. At first, when she was telling Henry to go with David, I thought it was a trick. But then when she almost burned the book and then changed her mind that all seemed real. I agree with you that it’s an addiction and she will inevitably relapse. But, at the same time, she really does not want to become like her mother even though she already has. So there’s an interesting tension there.

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