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Happy Sunday 🙂

It’s time for Six Sentences! This week, I’m featuring some sentences from my latest novellette release, HIGHLANDER BRAWN, a steamy, quick read! In this scene, because they were caught in a less than proper situation, Sorcha’s brother Drostan is forcing her to wed Laird Reed Campbell. This scene is from Reed’s point-of-view.

ImageHis bride stood with a dagger in each hand and a glare that nearly had him running for cover. Her auburn hair looked afire atop her head since the curls had come unbound from her ribbons.

“I suppose those daggers are meant for me, lass?” he said.

Drostan stood to the side, wearing an expression of pure amusement.

“Aye. Dinna come any closer.”

The sequel to Highland Steam.

Sorcha never thought she’d be married, let alone to Reed Campbell, leader of a rival clan. But when her brother and Campbell form a truce—and she finds herself kissing Campbell in her bedchamber—her brother insists on a marriage. And Campbell insists on having Sorcha in his bed. Though she vowed never to fall in love, she can’t resist his strong arms and hot kisses—or the way he spanks her when provoked. And oh, she provokes him. As much and as often as possible.

Campbell has never cared for weak women. Is it any wonder his desire for the sword-wielding, knife-throwing Sorcha consumes him so completely? The lass may say she doesn’t like him, but the way she writhes and moans beneath him proves otherwise. He’s determined to have her in every way—and in every position—it’s possible to have a woman. But first he needs to win her fierce, feisty heart.

Read it from…

Ellora’s Cave: http://www.jasminejade.com/p-10494-highlander-brawn.aspx

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Highlander-Brawn-ebook/dp/B00A8MOAKG

All Romance Ebooks: https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-highlanderbrawn-1005876-144.html

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