What can you do with 500 words? Meet Prince Charming

Good morning Happy Saturday and I hope your weekend is bringing you all kinds of relaxation. Here I have for you a few hundred words, 500 to be exact, of my own bit of relaxation. Hope you enjoy! Click on over to Havan's blog for her take on the same pic! 

Meeting Prince Charming 

photo by nickanizer.stock.xchng

Cold wetness seeped through the denim of my jeans, creating a trail of icy goose bumps all across my body.
"Sorry." A strong, tanned hand dusted with fine dark hairs and blunt cut nails hovered in my field of vision. The tail end of what turned out to be a long, dramatic swirling tattoo just touched his wrist.
I stared, bemused. The hand wavered, then withdrew.
"Are you all right?"
Allowing my gaze to expand beyond the hand, which I suddenly couldn't believe I hadn't accepted, my jaw dropped. The man who'd crashed into me belonged anywhere on campus but barreling through the my office door. He was young, broad, golden in hair, and skin. A whole aura of Prince Charming hung about him, and my fingers suddenly itched to pick up a pencil and transcribe sonnets to his beauty and a character that I just knew was as lovely as his person.  "I'm okay." And so I would be, just as soon as my heart stopped racing and my vision returned to normal, because right now it seemed that somehow landing in a mop bucket on my ass had caused me to see blurred golden halos and narrowed my vision to a tiny circumference centered exactly on his concerned face.
He stood watching as I awkwardly fumbled my way out of the water, grimacing as the liquid dripped down my body. I had to give him credit though, true to the noble character my imagination had imbued him with, he didn't laugh at my predicament. I stood before him pretending to a sang froid that I had never felt in my life. Recalling that he had come from my office, I ventured to address the Prince. "Is there something I can assist you with?" I was late, having lost track of time in the upper rooms of the library, pouring over a volume of fifteenth century French poetry. I had interviews scheduled for interns for the fall semester, and I couldn't decide whether to hope he was or wasn't one of the candidates.
"Yeah," he breathed softly. Then before I had a moment to realize what he was about, soft plump lips brushed over mine, and a delicate tongue swiped a tender touch over my lips before he retreated. "I had an interview scheduled, but I think I changed my mind. I don't want the job."
Stunned, I wrestled the demon of desire his kiss had unleashed back under control. He wasn't a prince, but a demon sent straight from hell to tempt me to indiscretion. "You can have the job too." I heard the words, and couldn't believe they'd come from my mouth. No fucking way I wanted this man for my intern. And no way he could miss the implication, I was his for the taking.
Smiling gently, he combed his hand through my hair and cupped my cheek. "Oh hell no. No need to complicate the power dynamic between us."
"Then I have interviews."
"I'll wait."


WIP Wednesday: What's Chance Up to Now?

Still working on that fifth Chances Are story, so today you're just getting a little tiny tease of what's coming. This is a continuation of the scene I shared last week, with Chance and Cannon in the bar.

Chance in Hell
copyright August 2013 @Lee Brazil 
It was a simple sheet of hole-punched notebook paper; the kind every student uses in a three ring binder. Using a couple of pencils from a coffee mug of writing utensils on the desk, I smoothed it out, looking it over carefully. The short message was written in thick black lines, block printed with strange flat edges on the bottom of each letter where it looked as though the ink had bled a bit. Most likely written with a marker rather than a pen.
Deuteronomy 32:35
Vengeance is mine, and recompense, for the time when their foot shall slip; for the day of their calamity is at hand, and their doom comes swiftly.’

I whistled softly. "That's pretty definitive. You say it was on your desk?"

Just a reminder! All my books at Breathless Press are on sale this month in celebration of their 4th anniversary! 

You can pick up any title at 40% off. 

 Sale ends August 31st


Awesome New Review! Harold's Haven at MM Good Books!

Very nice review for Harold's Haven from Cat at MM Good Books! 

"yet another beautifully written work by a very talented storyteller. Poignantly written, a great story, interesting characters, a touch of intrigue and hot mansex, what more could you ask for?" 

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A Gentleman Never Does Reviewed at Top 2 Bottom! 5 Kisses!

Stumbled over this very nice 5 Kiss review by Susan 
at Top 2 Bottom 
for my regency era short, 

A Gentleman Never Does.

"A sexy little romp with lots of erotic content to keep the reader excited. Highly recommended!"

Read the full review HERE

Pick up a copy of your own at 

Only $1.99 at All Romance and Amazon! 


Breathless Press Blog Tour for TEMPTATION this week!

Thank you to all the lovely hosts and readers who stopped by during my tour! I really appreciate your support. 

We have a lot of winners, so I'll get right to it. 

6 Ebook winners (1 from each posting) 

May (maybe31@yahoo.com)
Emily tiger-chick-1@hotmail.com

Gift Card Winners 
Jay -  xxjsc299xx@yahoo.com
SinChan - schan26@gmail.com

Host Prize 

Words of Wisdom from the Scarf Princess

Collecting all the entries, and selecting the winners for announcement Monday! 
Thank you to everyone who commented and participated!

Hey there everyone, just going to post this handy link of all my tour stops on the page! A reminder there is a prize going around of a $5 Are Gift card to one commenter on the blog posts, but I've decided to offer a second $5 card to a randomly drawn reader. So small prize, but two chances to win! Go ahead and comment each day, each comment counts as an entry! 

August 12:  Decadent Delights
Princess  Review Only 

August 14:  
Book Reviews and Peeks Review Only

August 15:  
Rachel Leigh 

August 16:  
Sharing Links and Wisdom 

Thanks for stopping by! Look forward to chatting with you out on the tour! 

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Top Five: Taboo Treats

Okay, I promised someone a while back that I'd compile a list of my favorite twincest books, and this is by no means a complete list, but as of this moment, these are my top five favorites. I enjoy reading and writing twincest, but I am aware that it is not a subject for everyone. 

1.  Security by Mike Shade 

2. Whisper by Laura Harner 

3. Baked Sean by Michael 

4. Broken by Sage Whistler

5. Twin Temptation by Carol Lynne 

There really are a lot of quite romantic and emotional stories on this topic of forbidden love, and I'm certain that I'll revisit this subject later. I purchased all of these books at Amazon or ARE, and believe they are still available from those venues. 

On the same note, my own twincest books, Telling the Truth, Trapping Drake, and Setting the Trap, are all on sale the remainder of August for 40% off at my publisher's site, Breathless Press! 

Running Off at the Mouth Again - An Interview with The Scarf Princess

In honor of Breathless Press's Birthday Celebration- I'm being interviewed at 

So Click on over there to find out what words of wisdom I have to share... Though that might be a bit of an exaggeration! 

Be Yourself

To be nobody but yourself in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you everybody else means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting. ~e.e. cummings, 1955