Forget about her lips, he warned himself. Forget about the tiny tremor of her mouth when she spoke about her son. Forget about the shade of fear that darkened her eyes when Society was mentioned.
And most of all, forget about the inexplicable desire that came over him when she was near—the desire not only to kiss her witless, but to pick up a sword and slay her dragons. (pg. 72, To Sin With A Scoundrel by Cara Elliott)
That’s why I love historical romance. I know it’s cheesy, but it makes me smile.
Teaser Tuesdays is hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Play along. I cheated, but the rules are easy. Grab your current read, open to a random page, and give us two teaser sentences. Remember, no spoilers.
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I liked this book…..
I won this in a giveaway (from Freda’s blog) and can’t wait to get it. Cheesy isn’t always bad, lol.
Sounds like he likes her – he really likes her! Great teaser this week.
Sounds good – if it makes you smile, that’s what’s important 🙂
I don’t read much historical fiction but reading good romance sure makes me smile. 😀
I love historical romances. Enjoy your book. Here’smine.
Cheesy and predictable they may be, but that’s exactly why I read historical romances. 😉