Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Highland Moon Sifter Giveaway

At her movement the man, the Moon Sifter, turned, the sole person she left everything behind to come here to kill.
She snatched the blanket back up. “Where are my clothes?”
One shoulder lifted in a shrug. “I needed something to start the fire with.”
“The whole thing?”
The fire blazed behind him, fueled by varied sizes of split logs. He was being spiteful or…she studied his smug expression…he believed by taking her clothes away he’d make her vulnerable, having to hold a blanket up for modesty. Well, he’d underestimated her resolve. She had no qualms about killing him while bare-butt naked and then she’d take his clothes for her own after doing it.  Which, no time like the present.
She flung herself at him, leaving blanket behind, intending to knock him off balance into the hearth where he’d either fall in the fire or hopefully knock his head against the stone mantle. Either way, it would give her enough of a distraction to grab up his blade again.
Except her forward momentum came to an extreme stop. One second she was moving, the next she wasn't, hands flat and arms jolted against an immovable chest. Holy crap. What was he made of, unbreakable granite?
His arms swept up, long hands clamped around her. Flat gray eyes glared down at her and she swallowed. Fear, or something else, swirled in her belly, rising upward into her breasts.
Had to be fear. Or the sudden chill, though she had to admit there was something uncharacteristically strange happening to her, something sensual and unsettling about being so close to the Highlander while he was fully dressed and she was completely bare.
She shook her bangs over her eyes, hiding the only way that she could.


I'm ecstatic to offer the 4th book and conclusion to my Highland Sorcery series. So I want to give at least 3 commenters your choice of a digital copy of any of the books in the series, whether you want to start at the beginning with Highland Sorcerer or any of the other books in the series. 

  

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How did I treat myself after finishing a series, you ask? I went flying...




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15 comments:

  1. Great excerpt! :) And I wish that I have the guts to go flying like you! :)

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    1. That kind of flying in a wind tunnel doesn't take guts at all. No hard landings.

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  2. The excerpt is great. Sounds like it's going to be a very interesting book and read...

    caiidynsmommie(at)gmail(dit)com

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    1. Thanks. Anyone who likes Highlanders and time travel should enjoy it.

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  3. You do have some of the best covers, Clover. And thank heavens you weren't actually sky diving, but even in a wind tunnel! Jeez, that was a reward? That's the stuff my nightmares are made of. I'll be FBing and Tweeting this. Don't need to enter the contest. Congrats on finishing the series and continued good sales to you.

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  4. Nice covers

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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    1. Thanks. One day I'm going to figure out what bn stands for.

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  5. Congrats Clover on the series!!! Sounds fantastic :) and going "flying" looks awesome!
    efender1(at)gmail(dot)com

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  6. Congratulations on finishing the series, Clover! This one sounds great!

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  7. Congrats on the release of the final book of the series! Do we get to know what's next :p

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    1. Yeah. I'm finishing up a YA Maximum Ride type book and then a short Christmas novella featuring the Highlanders again. Oh, I better get busy.

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  8. Hey all, so Erin, bn100, and Chynarey are the winners of an ebook from me. Look for my email guys.

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