Sunday, November 20, 2016


Good morning and welcome to this week's Tease put together each week by Angelica Dawson! The purpose is to highlight a few lines or paragraphs from a new release or a backlisted title. Don't forget to stop by and see what the other Teasers have to offer. Link is posted at the end.

This week's tease comes from my latest release in the Coming In Hot Medical Romance Boxed Set, Sex Is The Best Medicine. My heroine has just been caught snooping in her new sexy neighbor's apartment.... 

Laughter burst from her mouth and she covered her lips. “I-I’m s-sorry.” She gasped between fits of giggles. “I laugh when I get nervous and you got this whole I’m totally bad ass thing going on…”

“I make you nervous?” he asked, brow arched. He grasped a strand of her hair and twined it around his finger. “Good. You shouldn’t be here, you now.”

“Why not?” she asked, her curiosity spiking once more. She wiped a tear from the corner of her eye. He had such a lost look on his face and an inerrant sadness in those dark blue eyes of his. “Are you a serial killer?”

His eyes widened. “No,” he said.

“One of those neighbors who starts a war and goes psycho, then murders the happy go lucky neighbor? AKA that would be me, by the way.”

“No,” he repeated.

Kate smiled. “Do you play loud music at all hours of the night and day? Have a dog that barks incessantly?

“Absolutely not,” he said. His tone conveyed he thought her words insulting.

“Then we will get along famously,” she said. “Just so there are no hard feelings for my little B&E—”

“B&E?” he asked, confusion creasing his forehead.

“Breaking and entering,” Kate said. “Don’t you watch Cops? Because if you don’t watch Cops then maybe we can’t be friends after all, but you did totally miss my Matrix impression in the ER,” she teased.

A baffled expression lit his face and Kate chose to have a little bit of mercy. There was no help for it. He just looked so damn cute. It was then that she decided to take matters into her own hands. Tossing the dice, she deemed the gamble would be worth the price to pay if he was determined to throw her out on her ass.

“This is me…” she said. Heart thundering in her ears, she lifted up on her tiptoes and slid her palms along his firm chest to rest upon his shoulders. “…apologizing for my un-neighborly behavior.”

Before she lost her nerve, she captured Grant’s lips. A growl let loose from his throat and he deepened the kiss, slipping his tongue between her parted lips, tasting her deep and hard. It wasn’t like other first kisses. There was no uncertainty or patient searching. This was a total leap off the ledge straight down into the Grand Canyon. And she loved every fucking second of it!

A distant voice reminded Kate that she’d just met this man, knew absolutely nothing about him other than his height, weight, and he was up to date on his tetanus shot. But she ignored that voice. It had been so long since she’d kissed a guy, Kate felt everything as if it were the first time. Or maybe it wasn’t just kissing a random guy that made her feel this way, but kissing Grant Anderson. Butterflies filled her belly and electricity zinged straight to her toes. She reveled in the weight of his body as he leaned into her, trapping her between the cool smooth wood of the door and the firmness of his chest. Her fingers slid along his neck to tangle in the soft curls at the nape of his neck. Swirling her tongue around his. He tasted of coffee and cinnamon. God, help her, she wanted more.

“This is insane,” he rasped, lifting his head from hers, breaking the kiss all too soon.

“Probably,” she agreed, pleased he was breathing as hard as she was. “And just to be clear, I’m not some fatal attraction stalker and I don’t exactly go around kissing perfect strangers.”

A slow sexy smile broke out on his face and Kate could’ve sworn her panties melted clean off her body. Wow, he was lethal enough without having that smile in his arsenal. So unfair.

“I’ll remember that,” he said taking several steps back and giving her some room. He inhaled deeply and exhaled a shaky breath. “Er…”

“Nope,” Kate interrupted. “I refuse to let any awkwardness to set in. I kissed you because I wanted to. Let’s just leave it at that. Okay?” Retrieving the abandoned pencil from the carpet, she walked over to one of the cardboard boxes he’d recently brought in and scribbled her cell phone number. “My cell number. In case you cut your hand again and need a little bit of medical attention.”

At his nod, she turned and opened the front door. She risked a glance over her shoulder and took in his baffled expression with a smile. “Mine is the only other condo on this floor. Stop by anytime you want to borrow a cup of sugar or something.”

That's all I have for now.  Don't forget to stop by and check out the other teases posted today here:  In the meantime, here the blurb and buy link for my book if you liked what you read and need more.

BLURB Sex Is The Best Medicine

When adventurous and sexy becomes the most thrilling dare of all...

Conservative psychiatrist, Grant Anderson plays by the rules, believing he's in complete control of his own deep, dark compulsions. Just on the brink of making a life-altering decision, a minor accident lands him in the emergency room. Encountering the irresistible and outrageous Kate Sumner changes everything for the stuffy psychiatrist. Suddenly, the fun-loving, adventure-seeking nurse tempts Grant in ways he's never known, daring him to forgo all inhibitions and expectations. Will the doctor learn that pleasure is the world's best medicine?


Susanne Matthews said...

Great snippet.

Angelica Dawson said...

I finally got around to reading this fantastic story! I love her nervous giggles, such details bring a character to life.

Lucy Felthouse said...

Fab snippet, Kathleen, well done!

Naomi Shaw said...

Great snippet. Love it

Kathleen Grieve said...

Thank you! 🤗🤗

Kathleen Grieve said...

Thanks Angelica! I adored your book too! The EMS scenes came to life!

Kathleen Grieve said...

Thanks Lucy!

Doris O'connor said...

Lol, gotta love her. Fab tease :-)

Kathleen Grieve said...

Ha Ha... thanks, Doris!