Sneak Off and Read: Lines with the the theme TOUCH or FEEL, #RSsos #RomSuspense

#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines with the theme TOUCH or FEEL for a great start to the week. Enjoy!

“Kip, that song you wrote . . . it gave me goosebumps.” She pressed a hand to his chest. “Never has an apology meant so much.”

A Twisted Fate (work in progress)

”The monument itself with all the names. Many people have told me touching the name of their loved one, brought them such peace.”

Marsha West

“I’m not letting you touch my wife. That means we have to fight.” And someone has to die.

Sharon Wray
Every Deep Desire

They were doing intimate couple things like sitting close, her touching his arm, and him stroking her hair from temple to the tip, just like he’d done me. Almost sick to my stomach, I exited, stage left.

Vicki Batman

With the first touch of Jason’s lips against her neck Tammy-Jo whipped through a time capsule to when he’d made a move very similar and changed their lives forever.

Jacquie Biggar

He pulled her to him, aroused by her scent, the touch of lace and satin against his bare skin, the heat of her body.

Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair

As for the untouched four, well, only one interested him, and it had nothing to do with her feminine wiles and everything to do with her healthy bank account.

Joanne Guidoccio

“I became obsessed with a driving need to touch you again.”

Kathryn Jane

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Size 7 Lia Sophia trio of rings donated by Marian Lanouette

Notecard Collection donated by Sharon Wray

All She Wanted by Kathryn Jane (e-copy edition)

The Rebel’s Redemption by Jacquie Biggar (audiobook edition)

Partners: Odyssey of the Phoenix by McKenna Sinclair

A Midnight Clear by Jeannie Hall

Hearts Unloched by Claire Gem

Too Many Women in The Room by Joanne Guidoccio

$10 Amazon gift card donated by S.A. Taylor

$5 Starbucks gift card donated by Vicki Batman

Act of Trust by Marsha R. West









2 Comments Add yours

  1. What great lines, gals! I shared. 🙂


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