Greetings spankos and sickos,
It’s been a long time since I’ve been on the ‘ol SatSpanks hop. Hey, who just said “not long enough”? Ahem, let’s just get right to the excerpt then. This clip is part of a scene from the new romantic suspense novel, Captive, Mine, where the bound and disoriented heroine Lily, has found her situation is even worse than she’d first thought…
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There was some movement outside then. I tried to stand but that was difficult with my hands cuffed behind my back, so I made noise – as much as I could from behind the tape.
The garage door opened. I squinted against the too-bright fluorescent light blocked only by his form. His large, thick body taking up too much space as he stood, a set of keys dangling from one hand, his clothes slightly disheveled, a smearing of what might have been blood across his shirt.
I sat on my knees and stared up at him, my bodyguard. The grin with which I was met chilled me and I couldn’t make another sound. I think my heart stopped altogether for a moment then.
“Cold in here,” Lake said, looking around the storage unit.
When he took a step toward me, I sat back on my heels. It was all I could do to put some space between us.
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Natasha Knight has a companion clip for this one posted on her blog, so head on over there and read it:)
The book this clip is drawn from, Captive Mine, is available pretty much everywhere now (Kobo readers, I’ll get you hooked up in the next few days — I hope).
As always, if you’d like to be the first to know about any Trent Evans release, the single best way to ensure that happens is to sign up for my New Release Alerts mailing list. I only send out an e-mail when there’s a new book that’s been published, so I promise I won’t spam you:)
Now, please take some time to visit the other stops on this week’s hop!
Until next week!
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