Sunday, March 12, 2017

One year had passed... #WeekendWritingWarriors and #SexySnippets from Reine's Salvation (Alpha Protectors I) #paranormal #erotic #romance @Evernightpub

Happy Sunday, lovelies!

Today I'm sharing a snippet from Alpha Protectors I, Reine's Salvation. 

Book two, Seamus's Mate releases really soon and I'll be looking to share some excerpts with you all!

Enjoy and have a lovely day!






 *This snippet has been edited to keep to guidelines.


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Reine cracked his knuckles and fought the urge to tap his foot. One year had passed since he’d last been in this room. The place hadn’t changed much. The rosewood panels on the wall and the ancient Persian rug on the floor made the room stuffy. The large windows on the left were always closed, the heavy curtains drawn to keep all but a sliver of light from coming in. Reine leaned back against the couch. It was comfortable enough, but the dark color did little to add life to a somber room. Two single, straight-backed chairs and matching side tables with traditional table lamps completed the ensemble. There was no entertainment in the room except the landscape paintings which hung behind him. That and the vase of yellow tulips someone had placed on the wooden coffee table in the center of the room.

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Reine's Salvation (Alpha Protectors I)

He’s the kind of man her mother warned her to steer clear from...

Mystique is happy with her current life, but for years she's struggled on a path of self-destruction. She knows she shouldn't get involved with the brooding hunk at the bar, but how can she stay away when his sorrowful gaze is so compelling?

Reine has lost everything: his wife, his friends, his ability to fight, and his identity as an Alpha Protector. There's nothing left for him except a world of anger and bitterness. At least, that’s what he believes until he meets an intrepid waitress. 

The attraction between them is immediate, but while Reine can’t let go of his past, Mystique is not willing to return to hers. With darkness constantly closing in, will they find a way to be together? Or, will Reine's behavior destroy their future?

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Picture Seamus's Mate (Alpha Protectors II)

Kaila is his. His mate. Forever. Even if she hates him.

When Seamus discovers Kaila is in danger he sets out to help her. He couldn’t care less that she doesn’t want him there. His objective in life is to love and protect her. Besides, she might refuse to be with him, but her body knows better. Plus, with both their lives on the line, she can’t say no to his aid, can she?

For years, she has ignored her feelings.

Kaila’s mission was supposed to be easy: enter the demon’s lair and save her sister. Then, he came along. For close to twenty years she has been fighting against the mating pull. She has avoided Seamus at all costs, but now they’re both trapped in hell and she has nowhere to run, except, maybe, into his arms.

In a place where darkness and despair is the norm, will Seamus and Kaila survive? Or will their past prove to be the end of their future?

15 comments:

  1. Compelling description of a severe room.

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  2. Such an intriguing snippet. What happened in that room, I wonder for him to not have been in there for a year.

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  3. Very nice description. You totally put me in the scene :)

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  4. Not a warm or welcoming room. I wonder if that is a reflection of the person who uses/owns it? Excellent description, Elyzabeth.

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  5. Not a warm or welcoming room. I wonder if that is a reflection of the person who uses/owns it? Excellent description, Elyzabeth.

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  6. A most uncomfortable room, except for the yellow flowers - but terrific description. I could visualize all of it!

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  7. You've painted a dismal room with only the flowers to lift his spirits. Time to move on.

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  8. You've created a picture of Sadness and pain. Well done!

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  9. Interesting juxtaposition--the oppressive darkness of the room and the yellow tulips. There has to be a reason for the flowers.

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  10. Reine! Woo! Missed him. Great snippet. Can't wait for book two! :D

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  11. Sounds like one person decorated this dark, gloomy room--and one brought in the sun in those flowers!

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  12. For familiar environs, he seems very on edge.

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