Monday, May 15, 2017

May 16th. From a Picture #romance #freereads

Welcome to this week’s picture edition of Tuesday Tales. Each week, the talented bloggers here share a scene from their works in progress with you. Most of the time, the scenes are written around a word prompt. Once a month, we use a picture instead and limit the scene to 300 words. This week, there were three photographs to choose from. Click on the links below to see who chose what.

V.L. Locey   (M/M Shifter Romance)

Perhaps we all could stand to learn to be more accepting. 

Karen Cino   (Cozy Mystery)

Connie walked into her brand new kitchen and placed two plastic shopping bags full of baking products onto the kitchen counter.

Jillian Chantal   (Historical)

“Ye gonna stand there or are ye gonna shoot?” Bruno asked.
Tricia Andersen   (Paranormal/Greek God Romance)

It wasn’t that Ares was rough with her. On the contrary, he was the most gentle and tender lover she ever had in the few centuries she walked this cursed planet

Jean Joachim   (Contemporary Rural Romance)

Chief mischief maker on his block, little Rick Winslow always had a frog in his pocket and a scheme up his sleeve.

Susanne Matthews   (Contemporary Romance)

It would take a machete to cut through the tension in the air.

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