He laced his fingers with hers, his lightly tanned skinned contrasting beautifully with her glowing mocha skin. “From the minute we met, I knew you were different.” His voice was a mixture of lust and triumph. His mouth was on her instantly, demanding entry. She opened them with a breathy sigh, twining her arms around his neck. He nipped her bottom lip before pulling back. His green eyes flashed with emotion. “I need you by my side.” Leaning forward, he licked her bottom lip slowly before nipping it. “As my mate and eventually as the mother of my children.” Arching a brow, she asked, “Are you going to kill Alik and Mason?” “Darlin’, that’s a given.” He grabbed her chin gently. “Understand this. I don’t take the preciousness of life lightly, but if it’s a choice between your life and theirs… I’d choose you every time.” His canines dropped with… Read more »
Author: Sedona Venez
T.L. Clarke writing as Sedona Venez
TLC is a NYC girl (go Brooklyn!) and is obsessed with books. She also has a borderline unhealthy obsession with her iPad. Her favorite books… anything with rockers, hot alpha men and wolf shifters!
Her true love for writing blossomed when she began to write New Adult and Adult novels with romance, music, and sexy men as her alter ego "Sedona Venez".
EXCERPT: Now time for the man I really wanted. Knox held out his hand, his eyes lighting with amusement as I tossed my hair, dropping low in front of him with a seductive smile. “Minx,” he muttered. “Whatever,” I said with an air of confidence, swaying my way up. Leaning forward, I snatched the cigar from his mouth, letting my hair softly brush against his face. Stubbing it out on the stage, I popped it into my mouth like a boss in charge as I popped my hips, spun, and bent over, looking between my legs and giving him a full-on display of my ass. Pulling out the cigar, I flicked my tongue around it sensually. His eyes widened with desire. I swung up with a cloud of hair, extending my hand to him. Using his hard thigh as a step stool, I stepped down onto the floor. I never… Read more »