Saturday, December 7, 2013

Loving the Scotsman ~ @oddlynn3 #MySexySaturday #MSSWeek28 #Saturday7 #LynnCrain

It’s week 28 at My Sexy Saturday and welcome the sexiest Saturdays ever. The first week in December has been a cold one here in Vienna, Austria. Hope your week has been better and if not, that you’re keeping safe and warm during this winter season.

My Sexy Saturday is a weekly blog hop where authors share sexy snippets of their books with 7 words, 7 sentences or 7 paragraphs. Each week we entertain you through our snippets that we post. This is for you, our readers, as we value and appreciate each one of you.

We’re in Chapter 3 of Loving the Scotsman still and I so hope you love this one. I really enjoyed writing it and believe me, it surprised me at times. Again, this is a story told in 1st person POV from both the heroine and hero as all the books in the series will be. It’s a unique approach, and I love writing it! Here’s a little more about Loving the Scotsman: the lovers are being drawn together after 15 years apart and a pair of sexy underwear was the catalyst. I’m currently writing the second book of The MacKenzie Clan. Here are my sexy 7 sentences for the week. Enjoy!

My breathing came in long ragged breaths as I gasped for air. “Not fair,” I murmured, trying to keep my wits about me and dragging out the moment as much as I could. Wicked thoughts crept into my mind as I enjoyed what he did to me. He would get paid back in kind. Payback was one of the items Logan hated most, not to be able to control the situation when we made love. No matter how I wanted to deny the thought, it was true. We made love each time we touched each other. Our time together wasn’t just sex.

Please visit all the great authors from My Sexy Saturday weekly blog hop listed below. Have a great weekend...see you next week!



  1. I'm loving the use of first person here - great snippet!

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  3. Trying to get it right this time *LOL*

    Lynn - so you're getting those Scotsmen written - great 7 lines...tells a lot about the story-stars (just 7 lines).

    Hugs! Glad you're so connected and writing like the wind:)

  4. Sounds like she has quite the plan. Oh to be a fly on that wall.