Wednesday, June 4, 2014

A Summer for Love Blog Hop #SummerForLoveHop



I love summer. I love the warm weather, green grass, flowers, birds, and everything else that comes with summer. Which aslo mean love. Most love stories, personal or fiction usually take place in the summer. Girls wearing their shorts, or skirts. Showing off leg.
I met my husband in the summer and I didn't even look cute. But I did dress up really good for our date :)

Here are some clips of romance in my books.

Bounty for Hunter:

She was lost once again in the way his tongue snaked inside of her mouth, teasing,
promising of what may come, or what will come. Keylee felt Hunter start to push her back against the car. When her back hit the car, she looped her arms around his neck, taking in the feel of his hard body against hers. She wanted to grind against his hard dick so that she could feel him right between her very own hot juncture.


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Bounty's End:

She gasped as the cool air rippled over her exposed body. There was a storm coming. She could hear the thunder rolling against the flashes of lightning that rippled behind the curtain in his room, illuminating the room for brief seconds. Not only was there a storm outside, but there was a storm inside. The electricity was rolling off of both of their bodies; she moaned at the kisses Thomas was placing on her body.


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Bounty for Love:

Tess was dying, she was certain of it. She felt as though the earth was shattering around her. All she knew was that she needed him to be inside of her body. Only once in her lifetime of being sexually active had someone gone down on her, and that was her first year in college. It wasn’t a great experience and did nothing for her so she never asked for it, and most of her boyfriends wanted her to go down on them so it was never an issue. However, with Alek, she was sure she was going to come just with him nuzzling her.

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Amazon, B&N, AllRomanceBooks, Smashwords, Kobo


His Final Bounty:

“Please,” she begged, gripping his shoulders, pulling him into her body. His body, like hers, was slick with sweat. The air in the room was thick. None of that mattered. Bullets could be flying all around, and for Eva, her concentration would solely be on the man teasing her.

“I love you,” he announced before he drove hard and fast into her.

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Amazon, Barnes & Noble, All Romance, Smashwords


*****Tell me your romance story. Have you found your romance yet? Had a hot fling that still stays in your mind?
Post your comments to be entered into a drawing 3 luky winners will be chosen to win an ebook of your choice from the Bounty Series.**** 

Other great prizes


GRAND PRIZES
(6) $50 Amazon or B&N Gift Cards

Comment with your name and email to be entered into the Grand Prize drawing. Comments without name and email will not be counted. Commenting on each and every stop will increase your chances of winning.
Winners for the (6) Grand Prizes will be drawn and announced on THE ROMANCE TROUPE blog by June 10th.



46 comments:

  1. You asked: Tell me your romance story. Have you found your romance yet?

    I met my husband in college. He was the football cap and I was the cheerleader. Seems like a match made in heaven. It wasn't; we divorced 10 years later. It was called looking at love thru rose colored glasses. It was awesome while it lasted.

    I'm still looking for "The One" Maybe he will come along one of these days before I pass away. LOL

    Thanks for the opportunity to share!

    Belinda G
    belgre at centurylink dot net

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    1. Thanks for your post. I wish you all the best in finding "The One"

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  2. My husband always tells me "I wanted the ribs."

    He worked with my sister, which is how we met when the company my sister worked for was throwing her a birthday lunch celebration and invited me. My husband was all set to order the ribs (they were very good at this particular restaurant) that is, until I walked around the corner. After he saw me, he knew he didn't want to embarrass himself with a big plate of ribs and BBQ sauce, so he ordered a salad instead.

    Thanks for the chance to share!
    ~Angela Christina Archer
    history (at) angelachristinaarcher (dot) com

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    1. Oh I love ribs, especially when they melt in your mouth

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  3. I think we have the same taste in men. I've your two males on covers of mine as well. (not the same shots, but same guy). Like the books I write, my romances tend to be comic disasters.
    Liza O'Connor
    Liza2write@yahoo.com

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    1. All romance stories should have some kind of comic disaster. It makes the make up that much sweeter

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  4. lisamarie romero.... lisamarie.romero@yahoo.com :)

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  5. I met my husband 10 years ago last month. At a camp for helping children with grief. He worked for the company running it and I was a mentor to a little boy. (they ran out of men mentors LOL) I'd have to hand him to my husband at the end of the day since I wasn't allowed in the boys dorm. We hit it off. At the end of the weekend he hugged me and ran off. I call him my hug and runner. A month later he came to my 2nd job and asked me out. We've been together since!
    Thanks for the chance!
    Tobi
    forgethousework@gmail.com

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    1. I never went to a camp but I can only imagine what fun that would be. Happy 10 years

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  6. I met my DH on a rainy January day at the movies then we had our first date on valentines day a month later.....still going strong.

    I love hops! Get to meet so many new authors this way. Thanks for participating.

    Kris Linehan
    simondex68 (at) gmail dot com

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    1. Love your story. Keep going strong

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  7. I met my husband 28 years ago at a singles function. I love hops. Great giveaways and a chance to meet new authors.

    laurellasky@gmail.com

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    1. Awesome 28 years. I can only hope my husband and I get that far. We have been together for 11 years

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  8. I just celebrated my 5th anniversary and I met my husband on eHarmony!
    Kelly Thompson
    kellberry@sbcglobal.net

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    1. I have met a few people who have done eharmony. Congrats on 5 years

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  9. I fell in love with my best guy friend in high school and had a great love affair. But unfortunately as we moved to different colleges, things changed between us and we got separated. But still my love for him is so strong that I ended up writing my first novella on him.

    ladyunwritten[AT]gmail[DOT]com

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  10. I haven't find my romance yet, but I hope I will soon. :)
    Thank you for the giveaway and have a great summer!
    VeronikaDream
    verusbognar (at) gmail (dot) com

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    1. Fingers crossed you find that romance. Don't settle :)

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  11. I found my perfect romance in college and we are still together. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    bhometchko(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  12. I signed for the newsletter! As for if I found the one, not yet! After a fail marriage it's hard to trust! But I believe I will! Thanks for the chance!!
    Lynne Rivet
    lynne_d66@hotmail.com

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    1. Be open to love and trust. I know its hard but when its right you will know. Good Luck

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  13. My fave is the one I'm reading at the time.
    melissa crisp
    leighannecrisp at yahoo dot com

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  14. I met my husband when we were both teenagers. We started off as friends and later ended up dating then got married. We have been happily married for 12 years now.

    Stephanie Fredrick
    fsteph55(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. I love friends to lover stories awesome

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  15. Too many frogs so far.

    Thanks for participating.

    Anne M.
    acm05atjuno.com

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    1. keep looking, that person is out there for you

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  16. I met my husband to be at work in 1996 and proposed to him in 2000, a Leap Year (after getting him drunk on El Presidente cocktails) Lol!
    tinawilliams1 (at) outlook.com

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  17. I haven't found my romance & i'm still waiting on my hot fling, lol. So far I have just alot of toads around me & no frog princes. =/

    Thank you so much for the giveaway!

    I hope you have a great weekend! =)

    Brandi
    BLeigh1130 at yahoo dot com

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  18. haven't found someone...

    Dianne dcg3987(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. Keep looking, and don't settle for just anyone. Make sure there is lots of sparks

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  19. I haven't found anyone special yet but I hold onto hope.

    H.B.
    humhumbum AT yahoo DOT com

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  20. I agree with a poster above, too many frogs.
    Joy F
    magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

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  21. Deborah Close
    dcpooh55 (at) cox (dot) net

    I've found romance with my husband of 20 yrs

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  22. Not yet

    L
    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  23. My HEA is still a work in progress -- but it's definitely all about the journey!
    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  24. I have been with my man for about 6 years. We met at a party and the rest was history.
    <3

    Thank you for the chance !!

    Sierra McBride
    stamper_sierra [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  25. I met my husband 11/1995. I thought he was a player, he thought I was a bitch. We were staying @ a mutual friends house, and we actually started talking to each other about food, cause we were hungry. We talked the whole night. 12/1995 Sitting @ a bowling alley for his moms league and he asked me to marry him (with an onion ring, he did not have the real thing yet). Married since 09/1996 with 3 beautiful children.
    Leslie Rodriguez
    esseboo@yahoo.com

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  26. My Happily Ever After has been with my husband to whom I have been married to for the last 29 years. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Wanda Craighead
    wcraig5432@yahoo.com

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  27. My husband & I were friends before we started dating. We are married 12 years.
    Sue Stiff
    1006penguins@gmail.com

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  28. Haven't found my romance yet.
    bituin76 at hotmail dot com

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  29. I met my hubby at a Christmas party actually, but it was warmer, since we live in Florida. :)
    My mom introduced us and we danced together several times with each other and in a group. We all worked at the same place, but he and I worked different shifts, so we had never met. We saw each other occasionally while out with friends and we would flirt some, but it took him 2 years to ask me on a date. He said it was because he was friends with my mom and waited for her to tell him it was okay to date me before he asked. It was kind of cute.
    Thank you for the wonderful hop!
    Tina B
    trb0917 at gmail dot com

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