Sunday, September 22, 2013

100th Sunday Snog Celebration!




This is so much fun, I don't know why I haven't participated before! Victoria Bliss and many other a gifted author hosts a Sunday event, a Sunday Snog! Today is the 100th one and there's an awesome giveaway! Make sure you click here and check out ALL of the snogs! Talk about HOT STUFF!

And it's for a good cause!

Readers

On the Sunday 22nd September until Friday 27th you will be able to visit the below blogs and read lots of hot snogs and enter for lots and lots of fabulous prizes! Please consider visiting my Just Giving Page and donating to Médecins Sans Frontières so we can help these brave doctors kiss lots of boo-boos better.
Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is a worldwide movement. They deliver medical aid to the people who need it most, wherever they are. We’re hoping to make at least 100 pounds to contribute to their work. Here’s to many snogs and many donations which will help to make this world a better place.


So my snog is from my recent release, Collision Force (Crossing Forces Book One). I hope you enjoy it!


She was at the sink scrubbing her electric skillet. Cole pressed a kiss to the back of her neck, then nuzzled the hollow of her ear, nipping her earlobe. He watched the shiver travel down her spine and slipped a hand around her waist, settling it low on her stomach. He pulled her bottom against him.

His cock shot from six o’clock to midnight in two seconds flat.

“I thought he would never leave,” he whispered against the baby hairs at the back of her neck. Her ponytail brushed his cheek.

“Cole…”

“Stop thinking, Andi.” He nuzzled her again, rocking against her firm bottom. “That’s half your problem.”

Cole whirled her around and covered her mouth with his. She yelped, but he smothered it with his tongue, exploring her sweetness. Kissing him back, she moaned after only a moment, shooting her arms around him.

He pulled back, staring into her half-lidded sapphire eyes. Warm, probably soapy water sank into the fabric of his pale blue button-down shirt—the only non-tee with him in Texas.

“You got me wet,” Cole said, his lips hovering over hers.

 


Blurb:
Badboy, married to his job FBI agent Cole Lucas always gets his man. So when the unthinkable happens and one gets away, Cole grits his teeth and hunts human trafficker Carlo Maldonado all the way to Antioch, Texas, where he collides with Detective Andi MacLaren. 
Cole doesn’t do small towns and he doesn’t get involved with women he works with, but Andi tempts him in ways he doesn’t want to acknowledge.
Two murders, her partner shot and leading the investigation on her own, the last thing Andi needs is a cocky FBI agent that sees her as no more than a tagalong. 
Widow and single mother Andi is used to being on her own. When Cole gets stuck without a place to stay, crashing on her couch puts them in dangerous territory. 
Attraction and passion bring Andi to a place she left behind when her husband died. 
Her three-year-old son quickly wiggles his way into Cole’s heart, and he starts contemplating things—family, love—that he’d never planned for himself. 
Can being forced to work together make them stronger or will their differences jeopardize their case and their hearts?
 
 



Happy Sunday!

Happy Reading!



4 comments:

  1. Nothing like a sweet kiss in the kitchen when you're doing dishes!

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  2. Thanks for the nice Sunday diversion.
    catherinelee100 at gmail dot com

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  3. Nice Snog Chrissy! I love this book :-)

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  4. Great kiss and a fab cover! Thanks for joining in the snogging fun!

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