Thursday, September 6, 2007

read and reap

Happy Thursday!

Today's passage is from Celeste Bradley's "Seducing the Spy," a romance novel whose front cover teases readers with, "He lived for duty -- until she taught him the meaning of desire." Sounds like some good material. Here goes:

No harm done, unless one counted the jellied condition of her knees and the throbbing condition of her -- well, suffice to say that harm had been done. Garrett was right. She ought to take this man into that obscenely large bed and make him never want to leave it.

Nothin' like a woman in control. You go, girl!