Today for book hooks I’d like to share a bit of a scene from Capturing Their Flame, my latest release. It came out on the 21st. I like this scene because I can so relate to Naomi here.
Setup: Naomi, a Branal, was caught at a theater in the gargoyle part of the city. Isaac and Neil have taken her back to their community. She’s slipped away from them in the middle of the night and tried to escape. Neil caught up with her, took her phone, and destroyed it.
She stared at the destroyed technology. Her heartbeat pounded. She could feel it hitting her chest as heat washed through her. Her fists bunched at her side.
She kicked at him. Her foot slammed into his shin. He gasped and spat out a curse.
“Son of a bitch, you don’t fucking destroy someone else’s things. Do you know how much stuff I had on that phone? I had notes for my classes on that, asshole. Getting me a new phone won’t replace those.”
Naomi Hardin heads into Gargoyle territory to see a play without a second thought. She never expected to run into any Gargoyles, much less two men who claim she’s their mate. She’s drawn to the two Gargoyles but will escape from them. Although they’re gorgeous, she has plans for her life, and they don’t include biologically chosen mates.
Neil Conrad and Isaac Phillips are thrilled to discover their mate at a theater. Although she’s not happy, she’s trespassed into Gargoyle territory and is fair game. They take her home to show her they belong together, but discover they’ve brought her right into the path of danger. Someone is targeting the Gargoyle. They must gain her trust and love while they learn to trust her, as well, because they’ll need her help against some of the attacks coming at them. They’ll have to face the trouble coming for them in order to claim her love and begin their life together.
Buy Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/book/capturing-their-flame
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