Thanks to Tami Veldura for stopping by today on her Learning to Want Blog Tour! Today she’s given us an exclusive excerpt of her latest release from NineStar Press. Read below for the first chapter of Learning to Want. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the bottom, too! Khoram crossed his arms as a line of pale, small Ohiri were guided, floating, from one ship to another. They were shackled, but only barely, and seemed to bob along cheerfully despite their slavery. Smiles and bright-blue eyes were set into their cherub faces, their small, pointed ears aquiver. They … Continued
Day and knight has one amazingly well and I wanted to send a huge thank you out there to everyone who read and enjoyed the story. I have gotten so many wonderful comments. Denise said: With lots of action, things blowing up, sexual tension that you needed a machete to cut through, and some deep grief to be worked through, these men have quite the road to their HEA, but I am so excited to see where Mr. Greyson is taking us on this ride. Lifegirl sent: These working partners, Knight and Day, just met, got to know one another … Continued
When I was writing Day and Knight, I requested some help from my friend Mary Calmes. I described the men to her and she sent me some pictures form her stock pile of inspiration men. Mary hit the nail on the head and I wanted to share with you the inspiration pictures I used when writing this story. The darker man is Knight and the curly haired beauty is Day.
Day and Knight releases Monday May 4 and I thought I’d offer up a taste. I had an amazing time creating these characters and I really hope they work their way into your hearts the way they did into mine. I hope you enjoy it. Blurb: As former NSA, Dayton (Day) Ingram has national security chops and now works as a technical analyst for Scorpion. He longs for fieldwork, and scuttling an attack gives him his chance. He’s smart, multilingual, and a technological wizard. But his opportunity comes with a hitch—a partner, Knighton (Knight), who is a real mystery. Despite countless … Continued