So what do we have so far for a lucky winner after we finish our story?
A signed copy of Reputable Surrender.
A signed copy of Stare Her Down.
A Gunn note pad.
A 25.00 Amazon Gift card (to be emailed separately to the winner with this image on it)
And this is what we’re adding!!!!
A David Post It Note pad
A Requested Surrender Magnet
A “You had me at spank” dog-tag
And an Aries heavy duty magnet clip
All I need from you guys to get this little story rolling is an age range. How old should our H/h be? 18-25? 25-35? Or…? Let me know in comments and I’ll be posting the scenes over the next few weeks while Provoked is being polished for release. I can’t wait for you guys to meet Master Neil and his girl Charlie!!! I absolutely LOVE them!
Alrighty! As usual, at the end of our story I’ll be unveiling what’s in the mystery box. What’s a little different this time is, I will also be drawing five names from the comments that have/will be posted from the commenters who didn’t win the grand prize, and they’ll be given an advanced eBook copy of Provoked before it hit’s the shelf.
That’s all about our story and the additional prizes. Now onto Honey.
Imagine this is what I looked like watching the movie…
Thought I’d share this Honey conversation with you. Here’s the setup. Last night we’re sitting side-by-side in the sectional recliners watching a move that HE chose <- yeah, big surprise there, and we’re about halfway through the flick when I can’t help myself.
He doesn’t even turn to look at me, drawling, “I’m sure you think so.”
He has every right to say that because as his movie choosing goes, I say that exact thing about 90% of the time. Most times I shrug off his disinterest in my valid opinion, but not last night. Instead I said, “If they did X to Y and had the bad guy they’re going to redeem in the end— because let’s face it, he’s the hero’s brother— do Z, they could prove to the authorities that they’re really the good guys and the seeming good guys would be outed as the bad guys. Huh. Why do you suppose they didn’t do what I just suggested?”
Now he turns to look at me…albeit a little slower than normal to glare, but yep, he was staring right at me, and answered, “I imagine they don’t do all that because it would wreck everything and there wouldn’t be a movie worth watching.”
I blinked, and then figured I was in this pretty deeply so why not dig a little deeper, ya know? “Come on! Are you trying to tell me you had no idea that the villain is really the hero’s long lost brother?”
His eyelid twitched. That wasn’t a good sign. “I have an idea. How about we make a rule to ban authors from watching movies with their loved ones so their loved ones can enjoy the show without having the writer struggle to pick apart the plot holes.”
And there I sat. I was actually offended and I told him so. “I didn’t have to struggle.”
Ha! That made him laugh. *shakes head* Men!
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