Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 6/07/15 Beloveds

 

 

 

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Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors!

At long last, my erotic medieval novella, Beloveds, has released!

Beloveds

This week for Weekend Writing Warriors, I hope you enjoy this section at the end of Chapter 1 where Thomas and Alyse are enjoying one another thoroughly.

“Oh, Thomas, yes, my love, yes, yes!”

He plunged into her, each “yes” seeming to compel him to push harder and deeper. Would that he would never stop.

And still the pleasure radiated from her innermost core. “Oh, Thomas. Thomas!

As her body shook in a torrent of passion, the door opened. She jerked her head toward it, making the room spin. A final shudder took her, and she relaxed onto the bed, her limbs heavy and sated. With great effort, she raised her head and looked into the wide, deep blue eyes of Geoffrey Longford.

BLURB:

Passion never dies.

Lady Alyse Braedon frets over her renewed passion for Sir Geoffrey Longford, her first love. They have pledged their hearts to one another, despite the fact that both are recently widowed. Alyse worries that she has not properly mourned Thomas and cannot think herself as true wife to Geoffrey until she puts her feelings for her first husband to rest.

And then Thomas unaccountably appears in her bedroom. She is stunned and confused. When he begins to make love to her, however, she joyfully surrenders herself to his familiar caresses and expert ministrations…until Geoffrey arrives.

Faced with the dilemma of wanting two lovers, Alyse simply cannot choose–until Thomas suggests she doesn’t have to. Instead he and Geoffrey will share her. The scandalous proposition awakens new hungers within her. Can she allow herself to abandon all she’s been taught a proper woman should resist, and find pleasure with both her beloveds?

Beloveds is available at Amazon and free on Kindle Unlimited.

That’s all for this week. Hope you enjoyed it!

If you want to read my medieval  series, Betrothal, Betrayal, and Beleaguered before Beloveds (if not, Beloveds will have spoilers)  they are all available on Amazon.

And don’t forget to check out the rest of the Warriors here.  There’s some fantastic snippets to be read.

 

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Beloveds

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26 Responses to Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 6/07/15 Beloveds

  1. what an intriguing premise for their time frame and a VERY hot snippet that left you hanging. well not her. LOL

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  2. Uh oh! I can’t imagine that exact moment! With both of their tempers (Thomas and Geoffrey’s). Wonderful writing, Jenna! I loved the trilogy!

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  3. danijace says:

    Whew! That’s a hot cliff hanger!! Congrats on the release of Beloveds.

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  4. Well that was certainly a hot scene. Good thing Geoffrey didn’t show up a moment earlier. He’s got impeccable timing in addition to all his other attributes. Fun snippet!

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  5. Gemma Parkes says:

    Ooh, lock the door people! What now? Exciting and a real cliff hanger!

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  6. Ashley York says:

    Uh oh…and this is chapter one. Methinks they’ll manage to work it out 😉

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  7. Eden says:

    Had to reread this after reading the blurb… I wondered if Thomas might not be a ghost, or that she might not be dreaming. But, how can Geoffry be upset when Thomas had been her husband?

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  8. Lock the door before YES,YES,YES. Wonderful snippet. Two lovers sounds good to me, Jenna.

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  9. Fabulous Can’t wait to read what her reaction is. Mine would be utter humiliation!

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  10. Delicious moment. I think what you’ve done with this book is a testament to your talent. You ventured into new territory and conquered the subject matter brilliantly. I hope it’s doing well at the “box office.”

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  11. Daryl Devore says:

    Hmm – not a great moment for someone to come walking in. Great snippet.

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  12. Kim Magennis says:

    Congratulations Jenna!
    This snippet has an excellent sense of dramatic timing.

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  13. Carrie-Anne says:

    I don’t think she was expecting anyone else to enter the room at that moment!

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