Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Sky Purington does it again! A Time-Travel to Cherish! #Kindle #MustRead #Romance

Nothing gives me more pleasure than when my good writing buddies release FANTASTIC BOOKS!!! Sky's books have sky rocketed to the tops of the charts at Amazon and Barnes and Noble and for good reason too. They're beautifully written, addictive books. Simply the very best in time travel. And dreamy, steamy...mmmmmmmm....just so romantic. I know you'll be hooked when you read her books!

I'm really excited to announce the release of another book in the highly acclaimed MacLomain Series!!! Snatch yours up while the book is on sale for .99!!

Congrats, Sky! I'm toasting a bit of bubbly to you now! Hugs!

(Cover art by Tamra Westberry)

Highland Defiance (The MacLomain Series- Early Years)

Mildred, a young woman living in New England during the onset of World War II, worries about her family. What is to come? How will life change? Little does she anticipate change is to come not from war, but from an unexpected trip back in time to medieval Scotland.

Adlin, Chieftain of the MacLomain clan, will never forget the moment he lays eyes on her. Though he rules one of the most powerful clans in Scotland, Mildred redefines the man he thought he was. Her quick wit and perseverance humble his natural arrogance. Her sensuality cripples his defenses.

The maddened determination of a rival chieftain threatens their very existence. Caught together in time, they must find a way to evade the mighty MacLeods and keep peace in the Highlands. But lust, rage, and potential war simmer on the edge of their every move.

Will Mildred and Adlin find true love despite the odds? Find out in HIGHLAND DEFIANCE.


More silence, too much silence.

It upset him. All his life he’d been patient with everyone now this mere slip of a girl was making him wait longer. Fully aroused and unbelievably out of character, he tightened his hold and ran his lips along the edge of her smooth, damp jaw.

Inch by inch, he ran his lips down toward the edge of her lips only to notice that they were quivering. Before he—with five hundred years of wizardly knowledge under his belt—knew what was coming she reached around and turned not only her lips to his but her entire body until her front meshed against his.

He growled with need, cupped her arse and pulled up, meeting the swift rise of her legs as they wrapped around him. Lips sweet with sea water crushed against his. Their tongues swooped and crashed more thoroughly than the consuming, eager ocean that cocooned them.

“Bloody hell,” he murmured into her mouth.

Unlike Mildred, he was without clothing and his member struggled against her warm belly like an anxious serpent desperate for a deep, clenching mystery. For all her youth, her lithe body seemed to have an excellent grasp of the male anatomy. Her legs tried to climb his torso and her lips molded to his with the talent of a sensual sea siren.

Before he understood what he was doing, Adlin shoved through the waves and turf and had her pinned beneath him on the less-than-smooth Scottish shore. Would this woman never stop pulling dangerous magic from him? It mattered little as he clasped her hands and dragged her arms above her head.

They still had so much to talk about. So much he needed to tell her. When a tiny, little whimper of pleasure fell from her parted lips, Adlin didn’t give a bloody hell about anything anymore but getting as deep inside her as possible. With a sharp tug he pulled down the front of her clingy, wet, white garment and wrapped his lips around an eager nipple. Arching in pleasure, she cried out.
He almost burst with release.

Forget magic. Shoving this flimsy thing up her wet thighs and settling in for the plunge seemed so much sweeter an idea.



Cathy McElhaney said...

Excellent! The book and the post! Thank you Alisha for featuring such an awesome writer! Thank you Sky, for such awesome books and sexy hero's!

Sky Purington said...

Thank you so much, sweetie!!! What an awesome post!!! *blushes* (((BIG hugs)))

Sky Purington said...

Thank you, Cathy!!! I've got a wonderful editor. ;-) (((hugs)))