As promised here are the book excerpts for the upcoming books in the Lucky Harbor Series by Jill Shalvis, At Last and Forever and a Day.
You can find this excerpts at Jill Shalvis's official website as well!
“I should kiss you, that would shut you up.”
“Yeah,” Matt said. “You should kiss me.”
“Fine.” Amy shoved him up against a tree with one hell of a kiss. She found herself melting into him, like maybe there was no line drawn in the sand between him and her, nothing but this incredible pleasure, pleasure she couldn’t remember ever getting out of a simple kiss before. Matt’s arms held her close, and the scent of him, clean, warm male, was making her heart pound. Her head was overrun with wicked thoughts involving her tongue and every inch of his body.
“So,” she said. “It worked. You’re quiet now.”
“Amy.” His voice was thrillingly quiet and gruff, running his lips along her jaw. “Don’t promise what you don’t want to deliver.”
Turning her head, she cupped his face and pulled it closer. Matt let out a sound and sucked hungrily on her bottom lip, like he was a starving man and she was his next meal. And while his mouth and tongue were very busy, so were his hands, gripping her hips, grinding her into him.
“I rarely make a promise,” Amy whispered. “But when I do, I deliver . . . ”
Release Date: June 26th, 2012
By noon, Josh wasn’t even halfway through his day, and he’d already been overloaded, overworked, and quite possibly teetering on the edge of burnout. He could feel it creeping in on him in unguarded moments, like now when he was parking his car between his house and the beach to deal with Grace Brooks.
He knew who she was. He’d seen her around. Blue eyes, a quick smile, long, shiny blonde hair, and a willowy yet curvy body that could drive a man right out of his mind if he gave it too much thought.
As he walked across the sand towards the water, doing his best not to give it any thought, he caught sight of her in the water. She was facing the waves, her hands on her head in a distraught pose. With a frown, he picked up the pace, just as something dashed towards him in his peripheral vision.
Something named Tank. Josh scooped up the sand-covered puppy and held it away from him. The pug wriggled intently, running in air, trying to get closer to Josh. Finally giving up, Tank refocused his attention on the woman in the ocean.
“Oh, I see her,” Josh said. “And what the hell have you done now?”
Release Date: July 31st, 2012