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#WeWriWa: Will they kiss in ALWAYS HER WINGMAN? #scifi #romance #scifirom

Welcome to another Weekend Writing Warriors post!

Thank you to everyone who commented last week! Here’s another (unedited) snippet from ALWAYS HER WINGMAN.

Set-up: After their unwise decision to race to the door, Colin pulled Hannah down on top of him. While she still has a boyfriend, this is what happens…


She gazed into his eyes, only there was nothing peaceful about them. They lit up with blue flames, igniting her too long dormant desires.

Her heart thumped against her rib cage. She couldn’t move, didn’t know if she wanted to. Every nerve ending tingled, those in contact with him on fire.

He lifted his head up, and she sank deeper into his heated gaze. His lips brushed against hers, sweeping across the open wound, lingering until he kissed her. Slow, sweet, and oh so magical. Her skin sizzled from his touch.

Wrapping his hands under her thighs, he pulled her closer.

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ALWAYS HER WINGMAN blurb…

Staff Sergeant Hannah Coriveau dedicated the last five years to the Space Military Command. Heading back to Earth, she’s ready to begin civilian life and reunite with her parents and the boyfriend she left behind. The person she’ll miss most is Garish—her wingman, best friend, and the one who made her regret not being single.

Senior Airman Colin Garish wants his squadron leader. Bad. After spending so much time by her side—both in the Martian skies and on the red planet—being her friend isn’t enough. When Hannah learns of her boyfriend’s infidelity, Colin is there to comfort her.

Before Colin has the chance to confess his feelings, Hannah receives worse news from home. Her father is dying. Seeing her devastation, Colin remains the friend she desperately needs. But in her grief, she pushes him away. Will Hannah let him back in her life when they land on Earth? Or will Colin never get the chance to win her heart?


Weekend Writing Warriors is a Sunday short-snippet blog hop in which authors share short excerpts from their books (published or unpublished). There’s a variety of genres–something for everyone! To visit the participating authors, click on the logo:

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#WeWriWa: Plummeting to the ground in ALWAYS HER WINGMAN #scifi #romance #scifirom

Welcome to another Weekend Writing Warriors post!

Thank you to everyone who commented last week! Here’s another (unedited) snippet from ALWAYS HER WINGMAN.

Set-up: Hannah has challenged Colin to a race to the door. Remember, they haven’t experienced full gravity for five years, and still have to go through physical therapy on the moon base before they can return to Earth. Here is how the race goes…


He fell backward, his eyes widening and jaw dropping open as he plummeted closer and closer to the ground.

She didn’t realize he’d grabbed her hips until she tumbled toward him with no chance to stop herself. She crashed onto his chest, the air forced from her lungs. Her chin smacked the top of his rib cage, snapping her jaw and making her eyes water. Sucking in air, she tasted blood.

“Shit, Sergeant, are you all right?”

She licked her lip, finding the source of the blood. “I think so, just bit my lip. You?”

“Um…, he groaned, shifting underneath her.


ALWAYS HER WINGMAN blurb…

Staff Sergeant Hannah Coriveau dedicated the last five years to the Space Military Command. Heading back to Earth, she’s ready to begin civilian life and reunite with her parents and the boyfriend she left behind. The person she’ll miss most is Garish—her wingman, best friend, and the one who made her regret not being single.

Senior Airman Colin Garish wants his squadron leader. Bad. After spending so much time by her side—both in the Martian skies and on the red planet—being her friend isn’t enough. When Hannah learns of her boyfriend’s infidelity, Colin is there to comfort her.

Before Colin has the chance to confess his feelings, Hannah receives worse news from home. Her father is dying. Seeing her devastation, Colin remains the friend she desperately needs. But in her grief, she pushes him away. Will Hannah let him back in her life when they land on Earth? Or will Colin never get the chance to win her heart?


Weekend Writing Warriors is a Sunday short-snippet blog hop in which authors share short excerpts from their books (published or unpublished). There’s a variety of genres–something for everyone! To visit the participating authors, click on the logo:

Weekend Writing Warriors 2


If you haven’t already checked out my anniversary giveaway and sale post, be sure to do so before July 15. I’m giving away three signed paperbacks, and have two box sets on sale for 99¢ each.

 

#WeWriWa: Learning to walk again in ALWAYS HER WINGMAN #scifi #romance #scifirom

Welcome to another Weekend Writing Warriors post!

Thank you to everyone who left comments and corrections last week! Since I’m sharing unedited snippets, you get to see the mistakes my editor catches. Here’s another snippet from ALWAYS HER WINGMAN.

Set-up: Hannah and her squadron arrived on the moon, had tests done, and went to sleep. Now she’s awake and ready to get out of bed. Unfortunately, her muscles aren’t ready and Colin notices. This snippet leads to another I’m excited to share next week. There is an objectionable word in this snippet, and the first line belongs to Colin.


“You look like a toddler learning to walk.”

Hannah rolled her eyes, sure she couldn’t be that bad. “Thanks, I appreciate the support.”

“We’re back to Earth gravity here, Sergeant. It’s okay to admit your muscles aren’t what they used to be. You’re getting old you know.”

“Fuck off, Garish. I’m not even a month older than you. Let’s see you try to walk to the door. I’ll race you.”


ALWAYS HER WINGMAN blurb…

Staff Sergeant Hannah Coriveau dedicated the last five years to the Space Military Command. Heading back to Earth, she’s ready to begin civilian life and reunite with her parents and the boyfriend she left behind. The person she’ll miss most is Garish—her wingman, best friend, and the one who made her regret not being single.

Senior Airman Colin Garish wants his squadron leader. Bad. After spending so much time by her side—both in the Martian skies and on the red planet—being her friend isn’t enough. When Hannah learns of her boyfriend’s infidelity, Colin is there to comfort her.

Before Colin has the chance to confess his feelings, Hannah receives worse news from home. Her father is dying. Seeing her devastation, Colin remains the friend she desperately needs. But in her grief, she pushes him away. Will Hannah let him back in her life when they land on Earth? Or will Colin never get the chance to win her heart?


Weekend Writing Warriors is a Sunday short-snippet blog hop in which authors share short excerpts from their books (published or unpublished). There’s a variety of genres–something for everyone! To visit the participating authors, click on the logo:

Weekend Writing Warriors 2


Today is an exciting day for me. Not only is it my country’s 150th birthday, it’s also my 6-year publishing anniversary. Be sure to check out my anniversary giveaway and sale post.

#WeWriWa: A dozen vials of blood in ALWAYS HER WINGMAN #scifi #romance #scifirom

Welcome to another Weekend Writing Warriors post!

Thank you to everyone who left comments last week! I’m really surprised that some of you think Hannah and Colin can’t be just good friends. I can tell you she’s definitely not that close to the other three guys in her squadron. Here’s another snippet from ALWAYS HER WINGMAN.

Set-up: I’m skipping ahead a bit to set up for the snippet I want to share next week. The ship has landed on the moon so the squadron can complete their physical therapy before going to Earth. (The why is explained in the story.) They have been escorted into the moon base and are having tests done.


Hannah lied back on the cot, too tired to fight the weight pressing down on her. “Are we done with these tests? I really want to have a nap.” Gravity effected her eyelids, too, making it impossible to keep them open.

“Yes, I’ve taken all the blood I need, and your numbers look good.” The nurse placed her instruments back on her tray beside the dozen vials of blood. “Would you like the curtains drawn for some more privacy?”

“No, thanks. I’m okay.” Living five years with her crew of four guys had stripped her of any need for privacy. She no longer cared, only needed sleep.


New blurb…

Staff Sergeant Hannah Coriveau dedicated the last five years to the Space Military Command. Heading back to Earth, she’s ready to begin civilian life and reunite with her parents and the boyfriend she left behind. The person she’ll miss most is Garish—her wingman, best friend, and the one who made her regret not being single.

Senior Airman Colin Garish wants his squadron leader. Bad. After spending so much time by her side—both in the Martian skies and on the red planet—being her friend isn’t enough. When Hannah learns of her boyfriend’s infidelity, Colin is there to comfort her.

Before Colin has the chance to confess his feelings, Hannah receives worse news from home. Her father is dying. Seeing her devastation, Colin remains the friend she desperately needs. But in her grief, she pushes him away. Will Hannah let him back in her life when they land on Earth? Or will Colin never get the chance to win her heart?


Weekend Writing Warriors is a Sunday short-snippet blog hop in which authors share short excerpts from their books (published or unpublished). There’s a variety of genres–something for everyone! To visit the participating authors, click on the logo:

Weekend Writing Warriors 2