The men of Phoenix are back and I’m celebrating. Today is release day for Book One, Jungle Inferno, and I’m running a contest. Two, actually.
- Read the book and leave a review by June 15. Mr Random Dot Org and I will pick a winner for a $25 GC.
- Like my Facebook page between now and June 5 and leave a comment about the book. Mr Random Dot Org and I will pick a winner of a $25 GC
So. Two chances to win! And here is a taste of the book for you.
For Faith and Mark, the telepathic connection they’d shared for years was nothing compared to the scorching physical connection they realized as adults. From the first moment they came together, erotic was too pale a word to describe their relationship. Together they explored each other’s deepest, darkest desires. But now Mark, survivor of an ambush to his Delta Force team, is a prisoner of a terrorist group in the Peruvian jungle, and his telepathic communication with Faith is his only contact with the world. While she searches for help to save him, they survive on dreams that took them beyond all sexual boundaries. Can she persuade the men of Phoenix to undertake a treacherous rescue and bring Mark back to her arms?
Did . . . hear me?
Faith dropped her pen.
Yes. I heard you. Can you hear me?
She held her breath as the silence stretched unbearably. Then, just as she felt frustration grip her again, one word.
She wanted to laugh and cry. He’d heard her! He knew she’d gotten his message.
I’ll find you, Mark. Wherever you are.
More silence, but she forced herself to wait with as much patience as she could manage.
South America in . . .
Faith wanted to scream in frustration.
Where, Mark? Where in South America? Help me. It’s a big continent.
Hurry . . .
Somehow she knew this silence wouldn’t be broken. The invisible wall had slammed into place again. He was obviously trying to time his messages when the telepathic captor was otherwise mentally occupied. No problem. At least they’d made the connection.
Hurry, he’d said.
She’d hurry as fast as she could. Picking up the phone, she dialed a still-familiar number.