Six of the Best – A New Blog Hop for All Genres
Hello! There’s a new blog hop in town, called Six of the Best. It’s a recurring Sunday hop, highlighting authors’ published work or works in progress. Each week, participating authors will share six paragraphs from their stories–all kinds of stories, in all kinds of genres. If you’d like to meet some new authors, find a new one to love, and enjoy snippets from a lot of great books, follow the hop on Sundays. It’s brand new, so there aren’t too many participants yet, but you can ease into it like I will.
For this week, I’m sharing six paragraphs from Striker, my mystery, erotic, spanking romance, released this past May. If you’ve read this book — thank you! — you’ll recognize this segment from the first chapter. It sets up the whole premise of the story, both the mystery and the romance.
I chucked the file and its fresh autopsy report onto my desk and turned away from my cubicle to head for the coffee machine. It was about time for a cup o’ joe and a look at the usual Monday doughnut selection. I realized I’d left my coffee cup on my desk and turned back.
“Are you my daddy?”
The voice came from behind me, so I swiveled, fully expecting that the female with the question was going to be some adolescent who’d mistaken me for another cop. What met my eyes was the last thing I expected: a honey blonde, maybe eighteen, nineteen years old, far too old to be my daughter. And she was smirking at me. “What?”
“I asked, ‘Are you my daddy?’ Didn’t you hear me the first time? Are you deaf or just stupid?”
“Listen, kid, I don’t have time for this. You know I’m not your father. Get lost.”
The captain walked up, and patted the young woman on the back. “Play nice, Striker. This is your new partner, Angelica Piccolino from Vice.”
I hope you enjoyed this little teaser. You can read more about the book, including the back cover copy and an extended excerpt, right here. Or you can pick up the book, or a sample of the book, at Amazon. It’s also available at All Romance eBooks or Barnes and Noble.
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