Excerpt Reveal for Sweet Vengeance by Danielle Norman
Title: Sweet Vengeance
Series: Iron Ladies #2
call the Iron Ladies, a whisper network of women.
ever hoped for: Bo Camden.
getting vengeance…Sweet Vengeance.
paused. “Crap, that’s my dad’s voice, come on.” He wrapped Sunday’s
hand in his and pulled her forward just as his father and the group of men he
was with rounded the corner, Bo sank deeper into the bushes, pulling Sunday
against him. She glanced up; they were so close, she could feel his warm breath
on her face, smell the toasted sugar from the Crème Brûlée they had shared. As
swiftly as he had reacted and pulled her into him, he lowered his mouth to
hers.The breeze whipped through her hair, the branches of the shrub poked into her
skin, but nothing was going to make her pull away. She couldn’t believe that
she was acting so scandalous, so unprofessional, so Adeline.
That lost thought made her smile.
Bo didn’t break their connection as he opened one eye to stare at her. Sunday
wondered if his father had walked past yet.
“Your dad?” She tried to whisper around his lips that were still on
“He’s right behind you,” Bo whispered against Sunday’s lips before
resuming his assault on her mouth.
Sunday used these last few seconds, however long she had to examine him, feel
him, how firm were his muscles, his chest? She ran one hand along the placket
of his shirt, her fingers lightly slipping between the buttons to touch his
undershirt. She had been expecting warm skin. The disappointment was like
picking up a glass and expecting to drink soda, but after you swallowed,
discovering it was plain ole water. It was startling enough to pull Sunday back
to her senses. She looked up and realized that Kai was long gone. Her cheeks
turned a rosy pink. Bo noticeably stiffened. He must have been bracing himself
for her rising anger. But she refused to give it to him–she had wanted that
kiss just as much. Instead, she let out a huff and marched off, no shouts, no
witty comebacks, nothing.
“Come on, Sunday, please. You can’t tell me you didn’t like it. It was
wonderful. Admit it. I mean . . . I liked it. I wanted to kiss you. I’ve been
wanting to kiss you.”
He stood under the scorching hot water flow over his body. Maybe it would wake
him up and make him realize that sharing a room with Sunday Prescott was a big
mistake. The woman had no clue that her innocence was a turn on, making her a
bit beguiling. He was allowing the lower half to think for the upper half. But
he needed to relieve this pressure, this ache he had for that infuriating
Thoughts of her fiery temper and her bright smile filled his mind as he slid
his hand down his growing penis. Squeezing the base, he released a guttural
moan. The water sloshing over him aided him as he stroked from the shaft
upward, his thumb capturing at the underside of the head.
Her laughter. He stroked slowly and steadily and then quickened.
Her damn scent. He stroked faster as the release built inside him. The way her
lips felt on his. The storm that had brewed inside him thundered out with each
thrust of his hips into the air, no warm woman, no Sunday.
for Heidi Klum and a backup singer for Adele. Now, she spends her days trying
to play keep away from Theo James who won’t stop calling her or asking her
reality where in fact she is a 50 something mom with grown kids, she’s been
married longer than Theo’s been alive, and now get her kicks riding a Harley.
that as well as gravity and vodka. But she says that she could never be Adele’s
backup since she never stops saying the F-word long enough to actually sing.
and the men that try to tame them (silly silly men).