Saturday, June 11, 2016

Brazen - A Steamy Excerpt With Guns!

Thank you so much for having me over today to share an excerpt from Brazen: B-Squad Book One. I had such a fun time writing this book and I hope you have a fun time reading it!

Just a little set up. Bianca owns B-Squad Security and Investigations. Taz, her boyfriend of six months, works at B-Squad. They are getting ready to leave on a mission to rescue Bianca’s best friend who’s been kidnapped by a drug kingpin. There’s a lot of going on, but trust me, it’s good times. :)


Even fully clothed, Bianca’s body ached from the sweet torment of touching him. She couldn’t get enough. She had to taste him everywhere.

Somehow over the blood rushing in her ears, she heard the elevator ping. F**k. It was the only entrance to the loft and no one ever thought to call ahead first. Of course, if they were on the approved list, all they had to do was punch in the code and scan their thumbprint to get in. The approved list was short—only Taz’s brothers and her girls—but right now everyone was working around the clock on the mission to bring Gidget home.

The number two above the elevator doors lit up.

And that’s what happened when you lived on the third floor of the building that housed the Devil’s Dip Gym on the first floor and the B-Squad Investigation and Security headquarters on the second—you never left work behind.

She broke the kiss. If that’s one of your brothers for something stupid, I’m going to shoot them.”

Not if I get to my gun first.” He released his hold on her ass, letting her body slide against his before her feet touched the floor, and then grabbed his towel and tied it around his waist.

Bianca spun around just as the elevator doors parted. Because of the loft’s open layout, there weren’t any walls between the bedroom area and the elevator on the opposite side of the loft, so she had an unobstructed view of the woman who strutted on four-inch heels out of the elevator and into the living room. Blindingly beautiful with long, blonde, artfully waved hair and a face that would make fashion photographers weep with joy, she wore a calf-length trench coat.

Honey, I’m home,” the woman called out as she took off her sunglasses, revealing her murderously cold blue eyes.

Bianca went for her SIG SAUER on the nightstand next to the bed. Taz grabbed her arm, stopping her before she could take a step. His fingers bit into her flesh and pain shot up her limb.

Taz,” she called out, wincing.

But he didn’t react. All of his attention was focused solely on the woman.

What the f**k are you doing here?” he asked, his voice vibrating with fury.

Is that any way to talk to your wife?” The woman smirked. You know, I’ve missed you, Honey Bear.”

His hold slackened just as the earth shook beneath Bianca’s feet and she stumbled back.

Your wife?” She reached out, holding on to the dresser to steady her stance, the hurt squeezing her lungs keeping her from passing out in shock. She and Taz had been together for six months and he was married. How long have you been married?”

The woman admired the rock on her ring finger. Five years next Tuesday.”

Bianca was damn glad Taz had stopped her earlier from getting her gun, because otherwise she couldn’t guarantee she wouldn’t have shot him right in the center of his cold, black heart.

You can find Brazen online at: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | iBooks
About Avery Flynn:
Award-winning romance author Avery Flynn has three slightly-wild children, loves a hockey-addicted husband and is desperately hoping someone invents the coffee IV drip. Avery was a reader before she was a writer and hopes to always be both. She loves to write about smartass alpha heroes who are as good with a quip as they are with their *ahem* other God-given talents. Her heroines are feisty, fierce and fantastic. Brainy and brave, these ladies know how to stand on their own two feet and knock the bad guys off theirs.

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