May 24, 2012

Sinful Sirens Giveaway Hop

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Heat Up Your Summer!
Are you a Sinful Siren?

We know you are! So come and join us at Under the Covers and Guilty Pleasures for our Sinful Sirens blog hop. This summer we want to heat things up until the only way we can cool down is with a dip in the ocean. Entice other sirens by sharing some of your favorite scorching hot reads!

With all the rain we've had in Michigan this Spring, I thought I would share with you all this sinful little encounter between Noah and Isabeau, hero and heroine from my contemporary romance,
After
Midnight.


AFTER MIDNIGHT

The Wild Rose Press      Amazon

Thirteen years—that's how long Isabeau Montgomery has been living a lie. After an automobile accident took her mother's life, Izzy hid herself away, surviving the only way she knew how. Now she is happy in her carefully reconstructed life. That is until he walks through the door of her bar...





(Warning: this excerpt contains adult content. 18 and older only, please)

Startled, she bolted upright in bed, her hand pressed against the frantic beat of her heart in her chest. A glance at her alarm clock told her it was thirty-six minutes after four. The incessant pounding told her whoever stood at the outside of her reinforced steel security door wouldn’t be ignored.

Wearing nothing but her silk robe, she crossed to the door, paused to peer through the peephole. She blinked to clear her eyes and looked again. With a gasp of shock, she threw the lock and pulled the door open.

Lightning flashed, illuminating Noah as he stood with his hands braced on either side of the doorway. Water ran in rivulets down his handsome face to soak his clothes to his skin, but he didn’t seem to notice. In fact, he didn’t seem to be aware of anything but her as he looked down at her.

Where earlier today his eyes had been emotionless, tonight they were anything but. Her skin flashed hot, her breath caught as deep green eyes filled with longing and desire locked on her. He didn’t say anything, he didn’t have to. His intent was obvious.

Before she could absorb the shock of his arrival, he used his left hand to push the door open wider. His right curled around her waist and pulled her against his wet body. Sensation overwhelmed her—the damp chill that immediately saturated her robe, the hot press of his mouth against hers and the heady combination of pleasure and pain as he fisted a hand in her hair and tugged her head back.

She realized in an instant that this was not going to be like any coupling they’d shared before. His lips were hard and demanding, his muscled arms like steel around her. He kicked the door closed as he feasted on her mouth, devouring, arousing her with his teeth, his tongue. And far from shying away from it, she fisted her hands in his shirt and begged for more.

He tasted like rain. He tasted like aroused man. Desperate to touch him, she trailed her hands down his chest and slipped them under his shirt. Beneath her palms, his body vibrated. Whether it was from restraint or emotion, she wasn’t certain, but she knew it was important for him to work through it. She was more than willing for him to do it with her.

She rocked against him, shuddering as his heat and strength radiated through their clothes. A groan rumbled out of his chest, and he lifted his head to come after her from a different angle. His kiss was voracious, starving. Rough and demanding. She wanted more.

His arm tightened around her waist and he lifted her off her feet. She braced her hands on his shoulders and arched her back in pleasure as his mouth closed over her breast. She sucked in air hungrily, greedily as he suckled her through the fabric, scraping his teeth across her budded nipple—moaning against the exquisite pain, sobbing his name. Shifting her, he treated her other breast to the same beautiful torture until she felt an orgasm building inside her.

 His free hand skimmed over her body, slid down the outside of her thigh then up beneath the robe to cup her bare cheek. Her breath left her in a rush as sensation streaked through her. She lifted her knees and hugged his hips. The action separated her cheeks and his fingertips brushed along the division of her buttocks.

“Noah!” she gasped.

 “Tell me to leave,” he growled as his fingertips continued downward, following the intimate curve until his long fingers eased between the lips of her sex and his thumb pushed into her in one devastating plunge.

She clamped tightly around him as a contraction exploded inside of her. “Stay.”



I'm giving away an eCopy of After Midnight to one lucky commenter. All you have to do is tell me what you're looking forward to this Summer.

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37 comments:

michelle130 said...

I am looking forward to taking my little boy on his first holiday since he was born in march.

Calisa Rhose said...

I love these two and love this hot scene, Sarah! Of course I have the PDF so don't worry about entering me in your drawing. :)

Sarah Grimm said...

Calisa - I love hearing about readers enjoying Noah & Isabeau as much as I do. Thanks for dropping in!

Sarah Grimm said...

Michelle130-

How wonderful! Those firsts are so exciting - first holiday, first time swimming, first birthdays...*sigh* A part of me misses those. My boys are now 17 & 18.

Thanks for visiting!

DBookWhore said...

A TAN!!! I am the whitest person in the state of FL!!! haha


Dprissypunk(at)gmail(dot)com

Sarah Grimm said...

DBookWhore-

I love it!

Lauren M. said...

I am totally looking forward to sleeping in during the summer. No kids to get off to school at 3 different times.

Rissa said...

A fellow Michigander!! This summer i am looking forward to a ton of camping & bon fires & frozen fruity drinks!!

raynman1979@yahoo.com

Jenn said...

I'm looking forward to spend the summer with my boys (the first time in 5 years!)

Vanessa N. said...

Going to the beach. Great excerpt.

mythic021@gmail.com

Maria pronounced Mariah said...

I'm looking foward to a summer with my daughters...the first one since they were born!

mmafsmith at gmail dot com

Yvette said...

I am looking forward to catching up on all my reading.
Yvette
yratpatrol@aol.com

mwilson said...

I can't believe I haven't come across this book before. I must add it to my wishlist on Amazon.

I'm looking forward to having more time to spend with friends and family, maybe go out with them more and just have fun, maybe do a few home improvement things. Anything that can be done while sipping margaritas :)

Thanks for the chance to win!

mwilsonart(at)gmail(dot)com

mimirose41209 said...

Summer to me equals warm weather, vacationing in the mountains and for the first time in about 10 years a brand new bathing suit. Yep, I found one that fits, I like and more importantly my husband likes it. When you are a 'big' girl all of that is hard to come by sometimes.

mimirose41209 at hotmail dot com

kel_p said...

Sadly my summer has just been & gone - going to be in winter in about 2 weeks time.
For the coming summer in 6 months time i would like to visit my sister who lives too far away & i wanna get her in to reading :) Not sure it'll work though, i also wanna lose some weight so i can lay on the beach & read until i go a nice golden brown :) hahaha!
Thanks for opening this internationally :)
Kel xx

lillie.rose.owen.jesse@gmail.com

Steph said...

Skinny dipping in the river!

books4me said...

Well, afer reading that excerpt, I looking forward to reading the book!

Besides that, I guess I'm looking forward to our trip to Eurpoe...LOL!

books4me67 at ymail dot com

Christine said...

I'm looking forward to days at the beach! (A perk of living 20 minutes away from it)

isabelli3619 (at) aol (dot) com

Adria said...

I am looking forward to catching up on my reading!

Mel Bourn said...

I am looking forward to my boys being outside and me doing lots of reading! I have a TBR list that is a mile long that needs to be tended to!
Mel
bournmelissa at hotmail dot com

bn100 said...

I'm looking forward to going to the beach.

bn100candg(at)hotmail(dot)com

Michelle Bledsoe said...

I am looking forward to time with my family now that school is out.
Lazy days and good company make a great summer.

koonie2888 at yahoo dot com

latishajean said...

Im looking forward to having more time to read and going for more walks in the warm weather!
Thank you for the great giveaway!
Latisha D
tishajean@ charter.net

Tina B said...

Wow! That was one HOT excerpt! Mmm.
I am looking forward to taking a trip to the Bahamas or Costa Rica with my husband for some quality time. We've never really taken a vacation together without the kids. :)
Thank you for the opportunity to read this book! I am adding it to my TBR. It sounds fabulous!
trb0917 at gmail.com

JoAnna said...

Loved the excerpt! I'm looking forward to my 2 wk vacation at the beach! Need the break from work.

thanks for the giveaway!

beckerjo at verizon dot net

Juana said...

I am looking forward to catching up on some of my tv shows that I have missed (VOD), and also catching up on my TBR book pile.

jmesparza821(at)gmail(dot)com

Tamsyn said...

That was a hot snippet. Thanks for sharing. I am looking forward to spending my summer vacation at a hot spring! Planning to relax and work all those kinks out of my shoulders! Thanks for the international giveaway.

tamsyn5(at)yahoo(dot)com

debi01760 said...

Is it horrible to say I'm looking forward to not having to shuttle my kids to and from school...lol
I really love summer.

debi01760@hotmail.com

Foretta said...

Thanks for the giveaway!
I can't wait to go whitewater rafting
forettarose(at)yahoo(dot)com

Barbara said...

Warm weather, family get togethers, backyard BBQ's, a new grandbaby (#10)...and of course reading MORE books!! Thx for the giveaway op!! :)

barbbattaglia @ yahoo.com

Siobhan Muir / Meg Palevich said...

Hi Sarah. I'm looking forward to attending a couple of writing conventions this summer. Want to meet some of my favorite authors. Thanks for he chance at the giveaway. :)

Siobhan
@SiobhanMuir

burbanette said...

I am looking forward to some down time at my lake house!
Just me, Moscoto and my kindle!
burbanette@yahoo.com

Anne R said...

I am looking forward to relaxing a little this summer, spending time at home with family and friends.

areeths at new dot rr dot com

Oh..and reading..lots of reading

Martina Koleva said...

Well I just turned 18 and I can legally find a job.. it's also my last summer as a high-school student so it's a tie between having a job or spending the summer having fun! Thanks for the great giveaway!

Wild N Mild $$$ said...

I'm looking forward to all the BBQ's.

Jennifer Rote
wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

jodi lasher said...

I am looking forward to watching my kids play softball and to play volleyball with them.

Nadine said...

I am looking forward to working my way through my TBR list and the return of True Blood