Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Meet Lynda Bailey's "Grace," on the Corner of Heartache and Hopeful...with #contests !!!

It's a cover reveal! Meet Lynda Bailey and Grace

I want to shout out a big THANK YOU to the lovely and super talented, Suz deMello for hosting me during my birthday month! And, because it’s my birthday month, I’m giving away presents. Leave a comment about the excerpt and/or cover for Grace and have the chance to win any one of my digital titles + a $5 gift card. Oh, and sign up to be on my mailing list before the end of November for the chance to win a $100 gift card! Just go to my website, www.lyndabailey.net.

Here's what Grace is about:

On the Corner of Heartache and Hopeful…

Revenge is a dish best served cold—and according to Grace Harrington, while wearing three-inch stilettos and wielding a flogger. No longer the bullied, nerdy kid she was in high school, Grace is now a take-charge corporate lawyer in Omaha, Nebraska. She’s also a take-charge Top in the bedroom. The last thing she wants to do is go back to the small town of Tatum, but to save a treasured landmark from destruction while exacting retribution on the guy who ground her heart to dust? Hell yes!

Seth Reisner never wanted to leave Tatum. He thought being a country lawyer/gentleman farmer would be the perfect life. But his agricultural kingpin uncle had other ideas. And when dear uncle foots the bill for law school plus signs your paycheck, you suck it up, alter your plans and move to Dallas, Texas. Now Seth divides his time between litigating on behalf of his uncle’s company and trying to find his “Mrs. Right.” When the opportunity to return to Tatum comes up, he’s grateful for the chance to go home.

Grace and Seth end up on opposite sides both in and out of the courtroom. Grace is determined to get her vengeance while Seth only wants to make up for his unintended past transgressions. When the verdict is read, who will win—and at what cost?

Here's an excerpt to tickle your fancy--or maybe another body part :)

 Grace lifted up. Her irises had darkened to a deep blue rather than the usual lavender. She nipped his chin as her agile fingers worked the buttons of his shirt. “We can keep up this inane conversation about this being a date, or…”

“Or?” he croaked out, his dick thickening even more.

“We can…retire…to the bedroom. The choice is yours.”

He made a show of thinking about her offer. “Hmmm. Well. Gee. I don’t know. Can I have a minute to think about it?”

Growling, she attacked his neck, biting and sucking. “No,” she grumbled.

He laughed at the tickling sensation. “Bedroom, of course.” He tried again to wrestle his hands free. “Are you gonna let me go?”

She rose up again, a harsh gleam in her eyes. “That depends. Are you gonna be a good boy?”

Every one of his instincts went on high alert. Just what the hell did she mean by that?

It was one thing for her to tease him by confining his actions, but did she actually want him to relinquish control? In the bedroom? That wasn’t his style.

However, Grace tantalized him. Plus there was no denying he was seriously turned on. And if that kiss was any indication, so was she.

He coughed the lump from his throat. “What does being a ‘good boy’ entail?”

“Nothing too difficult. Do as you’re told and…lie there.” Her gaze drilled into his. “Think you can handle that?”

More warning bells clanged in Seth’s head. He’d never been with a woman so in charge. It crimped his pride. Once they were in bed, he’d reassert his masculinity. Or so he thought.

He upped his chin. “Yeah, I can handle that. And anything else you want to throw at me.”

Her eyebrows arched, then her expression melted into one of pure sensuality. “We’ll see about that.”

About Lynda:

I’ve always loved stories, especially romances. For me the only thing better than reading a romance is writing one. That and drinking red wine while eating dark chocolate.

My romances are full of passion, with heat levels that range from hot to sizzling! I'm proud to have been a 2010 finalist in the prestigious Golden Heart®. Please join me for laughter and love, and where the good guys always win in the end.

I live in Reno with my husband of thirty+ years and our two pampered pooches.

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  1. I hate got to stop reading your stuff at work! It's getting WAY too hot in here! Can't wait to read this one! Beth

  2. Sounds like a wonderful read! All the best!

  3. Thanks for sharing your work on my blog, Lynda :)

  4. Loved this thank you.