Today, I’m participating in a blog hop along with my fellow writers from the TransCanada Romance Writers. The challenge was to post eight words, eight sentences, or eight paragraphs from one of your pieces, published or unpublished.
I’ve chosen to post eight sentences from my upcoming release A woman of Love. It's the second novella from the Honour, Love and Courage series.
Lady Annabel Peters sat in the open-top carriage and realized she had left it too late. She should have escaped yesterday.
“Really Annabel, I don’t want you to give your left eye. All I’m asking is that you go in there and do what comes naturally.” Lord Elliott Peters, her husband of two months, sat opposite her, smoothing his waistcoat against his flat, toned abdomen. A lock of blond hair fell across his brow, accentuating his startling, blue eyes. He claimed all he had to do was crook his finger, and besotted society women swooned, but she couldn’t imagine it. His grotesque personality obliterated any physical beauty he possessed.
For a full list of participating authors with links to their sites please visit TransCanada Romance Writers