Friday, February 10, 2012
The Were-Huntress, Cupid's Victim
Yes, the Kougaress would love to have this heart sofa...
A couple of hours after midnight meows, my prancy, Valentine-fancy Kittens... colder and gray on the tame prairie today... and it looks like frigid temps are arriving tomorrow night... the Kougaress hates to see her daffodils frozen, and the rest of the plants that though it was Spring. ~very sad sighs~
Featured at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS ~ CUPID'S CHOICE BLOG HOP
Here's the first few paragraphs of the Kougar's post... Click on over to join the Blog Hop.
The Were-Huntress, Cupid's Victim
Like background music, Selakiah smelled the woman's werewolf lover. The smiling blue-haired barista placed a second cup of Cappuccino, sprinkled with cinnamon, before her.
Without taking her gaze off Zuquotti, the mercenary-for-hire werebeast striding toward the coffee shop from across the street -- not for a fraction of a second, Selakiah thanked the young woman, then lifted the cup and took a small sip.
"Delicious," she praised.
"You're new in town. Planning on staying in our fair Talbot's Peak for awhile?" the barista chattily asked.
There weren't that many customers. Selakiah assumed it was because the lunch crowd had departed. Even though, shapeshifters and supernaturals were the main population of this off-the-beaten-track town in Montana, many of them appeared to have regular jobs and careers. So she'd observed the past three days.
"Depends," she answered. "I'm a working girl...as in private investigator," Selakiah added because of her snow bunny outfit, her generously displayed cleavage.
Authoress news and mews ~
Yep, the Kougar did it... managed to get her post written for the blog hop... and is she in love with her heroine, Selakiah, and the hero, Zuquotti... of course, truth to tell, she is in love with all of her heroines and heroes... especially the heroes. Her heroines, she admires.
Featured at TITLE MAGIC ~
by Pat Cunningham
Over on a writer’s forum where I like to lurk, somebody started a discussion about the works of Stephen King. Specifically: which do you like better, his earlier stuff that he wrote while drunk off his ass, or his later works, after he cleaned up his act? A good question, and one which provoked a lively discussion.
Featured at Romantic Synonymous ~
by Lisa Lickel
She rose, shivering, hot and cold at the same time. Deep breath, fill lungs…
Limbs…legs, feet. I walk?
Mariah caressed her cheek. Lips moved in upward arc.
Aether sparkled in a drop on her hand. Tongue, taste.
Featured at Romance Writer’s Behaving Badly ~ Fabulous blog, Kittens...
Top 13 Reasons Why Not to Read Romance
by Kayelle Allen
Reading with Caution.
After careful consideration, and much placing of tongue in cheek -- no, not French kissing, get your mind out of the gutter -- I have decided that Romance books are not good for me and have decided to Give Them Up. (yeah, right!) Here's why.
1. Reading Romance might lead women to believe men can be more sensitive and caring, and this unrealistic expectation could lead to unhappiness.
Big Cat by-the-numbers ~
2:12 am... 3:33 am... 4:44 am... 10:10 pm... 12:12 am... 2:12 am.. big, not-good doings the next three days... remember, head down, tail tucked and prepare...
The most powerful weapon is the human soul on fire.
~ Have a happy and magickal Valentine's Day ~
~ MAY YOU ALWAYS HAVE ENOUGH ~
And, May you live the dreams of your heart, not in interesting times...
Valentine-fancy kitten kisses from the Kougar...