It’s snowing here in the Deep South, so I’m all about hot cocoa, a warm fire, and snuggling with my Handsome Prince right now.
That being said, I thought you might enjoy an excerpt from my holiday romance, The Santa Bargain, to heat up your weekend:
Every warning she’d ever heard about people texting and not paying attention to where they were going hurtled through Maria Thompson’s mind in the seconds after she buried her face in the man’s muscular pecs. Her phone catapulted from her grasp but she barely registered that fact. She also didn’t catch the sound it made when it hit the concrete because her hearing was muffled by the sinewy arm that shot out and wrapped around her head, pressing her even harder against the guy’s decidedly powerful chest.
Instinctively, she reached out to brace herself, then felt a blaze of heat course through her body when her hands splayed against his muscular thighs.
Best. Day. Ever.
A flash of desire spiked along her nerve endings. Even though she really should back away, she couldn’t stop herself from inhaling a deep breath. His masculine scent – wood shavings with a hint of spicy aftershave – nearly made her moan.
“Wow,” she heard herself say. So, apparently her mouth still worked even though her brain had momentarily gone off line. Still, it would have been nice to have said something a little more intelligent.
“”Wow” about sums it up,” Sexy Pecs agreed. He let go of her head, allowing her to back away before the rest of her body melted into a puddle at his feet.
“Sorry…I’m really sorry,” Maria sputtered, her face burning. “I was checking my texts and—”
His gorgeous blue eyes glinted mischievously as he grinned down at her from two rungs up on the step ladder. “No problem. I probably wouldn’t object if you wanted to run into me again.”
Well, she wouldn’t object much either. Okay, not at all.
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