meant leaving your own?
Genre: Paranormal Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Publication Date: November 2, 2015
Kate will have to look hard at her man to determine what is real, what is illusion, and how, if ever, she can get back home.
– Ben Alderson, voted leading vlogger by Teen Vogue and The Guardian
– Peachy Keen Reviews
After gulping down all of her water, she rummaged through the cupboards, retrieving a bag of potato chips and opening it. To his surprise, she dropped it on the floor. He was officially fascinated. She went to the fridge.
“This is really entertaining,” he commented, leaning back against the counter. Kate didn’t answer him.
She fetched a tub of yogurt from the refrigerator door, grabbed a spoon from one of the drawers, and ducked down to sit on the floor, scooting her seat until she was next to the bag of chips. She opened her yogurt and spooned some into her mouth, closing her eyes with pleasure as she did. She ate a potato chip, sighed, and ate another.
Gabe sat on the floor too, grinning impishly as he grabbed Kate’s foot and dragged her, the bag of chips, and yogurt clutched possessively against her chest, toward him. She continued to eat, still keeping her gaze anywhere but on him. She slapped his hand away when he tried to undo her robe. “Oh, but this is fun,” he told her as he retrieved a potato chip from her stash.
“Kate, honey? Can I please have a bite of your yogurt?”
Slumping and reluctant, Kate finally caved and scooped a spoonful of yogurt into his mouth. As expected, her focus on lunch was undermined seconds after their eyes met. And despite her initial disapproval, he made sure she felt his devotion in the hopes she would forgive him. She smiled and looped her arms around his neck, and he wrapped her legs snugly around his waist. They abandoned lunch in favor of more lovemaking. They did not decamp back to the bedroom.
Other Books by the Author
Series: The Mer Chronicles Book 2
Breakwater continues the story of Updrift focusing on other characters. The narrative follows the lives and loves of a group of sirens in the fictional town of Griffins Bay, North Carolina.
“If you are a fan of Mermaids and Mythical creatures, UPDRIFT and BREAKWATER need to be a must read for you. I promise you will enjoy them, and grow attached to the characters, just like I have.”
– Tracy Thomas, blogger/owner of The Pages In Between
About Errin Stevens