Weekend Writing Warrior – 9/8/13

Today’s post comes for U is for Undone – my contribution to Love Letters Volume 5: Exposed (September 9th from Carina Press).



“I’ve never done anything like that before.”

He shook his head as they tumbled to the mattress in a flurry of arms and legs. “Neither have I, but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t hope to do it again.”

Sofia blinked slowly as he rolled them onto their sides. “My favorite movie is Rear Window.

Laughter rumbled up from deep inside him. Brushing a stray lock of hair from her face, he shook his head in bewildered dismay even as he beamed at her. “Why am I not surprised?”


Love Letters Volume 5: Exposed

Private passion meets public display in these four hot novellas in Love Letters Volume 5: Exposed.

R Is for Reality by Ginny Glass
Sheer desperation drives Mackenzie Alexander to persuade handsome cab driver Greg Redding to audition for a role she’s been forced to cast. A role that leads to steamy encounters on and off set…

S Is for Scandalous by Emily Cale
Taking a job as a nude serving dish at a party is a departure for model Kacey James. But the public event becomes something much more private when one of the guests turns out to be a man from her past.

T Is for Tango by Christina Thacher
Adam is shocked when his office’s sexy temp, Sonia, starts changing clothes at her desk when everyone else has left for the night—until she makes it clear he’s her intended audience.

U Is for Undone by Maggie Wells
Dr. Alec McCarthy has noticed hot nurse and neighbor Sofia Morales around the hospital—but she really gets his attention when she does a striptease for him in front of her window.

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9 Replies to “Weekend Writing Warrior – 9/8/13”

  1. Nice 8 and very fun! Rear Window is one of my favorite Hitchcock films. Did you see the MFTV version with Christopher Reeve (post-accident) and Daryl Hannah? Good job! Headed to Amazon for the book.

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