The 3rd book in my A World Beyond Series will be coming soon. Its looking like October which is right in time for the weather to cool off and snuggle up with a good book. Once everything is formatted and finalized, I will have preorder links up. Should be this month *fingers crossed* if I hit no delays. I’m on a pretty tight writing schedule and I’m juggling that with real world aka stupid plumbing issue aka overgrown weeds in my flower bed aka loose shingle on the roof of the garage. Grrr.
Anyway, I’ve been sharing my small side project weekly which I refer to as Something New. Take a read to fill your craving for the next release :p Today I’m posting a tiny, very small, itty bitty peek a book 3. A longer exclusive excerpt will be in my August newsletter so if you haven’t signed up yet, please do 🙂 Use the tab at the top of the site next to books.
Zadal stifled the need to correct her. He had an agenda. He chose not to share it and felt fairly certain Baruk had one as well.
Lindsey released Zadal’s hand at last but now he missed the soft contact. “I turned down a lot of guys already. You’re the only two who haven’t looked down on me for coming here through Earth’s single program.”
Zadal winced. It explained her odd behavior and odder speech. His plans tonight hadn’t included forming an alliance with his nemesis on the Senate panel but one look at Baruk assured Zadal that the man was seriously considering her offer.
“What do you think?” She asked, hands clasped in front of her.
The silent plea in her blue gaze pinched at his heart. Zadal ruthlessly crushed his desire to agree. The answer didn’t fully rest with him. He faced Baruk. “Have you a spouse partner? If so I can decline the lady and you can move forward in the Triad marriage.”
“No,” Lindsey gasped, eyes wide. “I want both of you.”
Once more his heart tripped in his chest. Women lusted for him. Carnal desire brought them to his bed in droves but to simply want him?
As soon as the words cleared her lips, Lindsey turned red and the color worked itself down her throat. How far did the blush go? To her abundant breasts heaving beneath the dress? Suddenly Zadal’s interest was far more engaged.