Excerpt Tour w/Giveaway: Call to Honor by Tawny Weber
Call to Honor:
A SEAL Brotherhood Novel, #1
by Tawny Weber
GENRE: Contemporary Romance
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“No man left behind” is inscribed in the DNA of every SEAL and Lieutenant Diego Torres is no exception. But with a team member killed—and the body missing— Diego’s honor is sorely tested. Now his career and reputation are on the line, and a traitor is hiding among them. Diego wants answers...and only one woman has them.
Single mom Harper Maclean has two priorities—raising her son Nathan and starting a new life. Her mysterious new neighbor may be impossibly charming, but Diego asks too many questions about her past—and about the father of her child. Questions she fears will reveal her burning attraction for Diego, and ultimately put them all in danger’s path.
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She liked riding a Harley.
Lips carefully closed over her teeth—she’d heard enough bug jokes to be careful—Harper smiled as the power, the rhythm, the intensity roaring between her thighs reminded her of Diego.
The erotic charge was intense, maybe because she was still oversensitive from their morning bout of lovemaking. Bouts, she corrected herself with a sigh as she watched a pair of sailboats disappear from view.
They’d made love when they woke, again after they’d decided to spend the day together, once in the shower, then he’d taken her one more time—one crazy, shocking time against the wall before they’d walked out the door. She’d still had her purse across her body and her boots on her feet when he’d plunged into her ready heat.
Harper trembled at the memory and wrapped her arms tighter around his waist.
Taking a break from the view, she rested her cheek against his back. His leather jacket was warm in comparison to the chilly air sweeping over them.
The view driving up the coast was like something out of a movie reel. Blue oceans, bluer skies and so much green between as they moved from coast to mountain to coast again.
Mmm, this was good. A new experience, a sexy man and a ride to see her son. A contented pleasure filled Harper, making her think that she could get used to this sort of thing.
So it was with regret that she eventually swung her leg off the bike once Diego parked in the ferry lot.
“Whoa.” She grabbed him when her legs, thrumming from the ride, went lax from thigh to ankle.
“Careful.” Grinning, Diego wrapped one arm around her while he removed his helmet with the other. “Take a second. It’s like getting your sea legs.”
Tugging her helmet off, Harper laughed. “It’s fabulous. I had no idea.”
Like hers, his eyes were shielded by sunglasses. But she could feel the answering heat, knew he was just as affected as she was.
There was so much power in that.
Harper leaned into him, letting her breasts press against his chest. She liked the pressure, even through the jacket’s layers of leather.
She knew he was looking at her mouth. She could practically feel his eyes caressing her lips. She wet them, hoping to lure him into doing just that.
One hand shifted from her hair to slide her glasses free. She should feel vulnerable. Naked.
Instead she felt powerful.
AUTHOR Bio and Links:
New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling author of more than forty books, Tawny Weber loves writing about sexy heroes, most notably her popular Navy SEALs series. Her sassy, emotional romances are filled with men dedicated to being the best—and women determined to have the best. Tawny credits her ex-military alpha husband for inspiration in her writing, and in her life. The recipient of numerous writing accolades, including Romantic Times Reviewers Choice and in addition to the NY Times and USA Today bestseller lists, Tawny has also hit the number one spot on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. A homeschooling mom, Tawny enjoys scrapbooking, gardening and spending time with her family and dogs in her Northern California home.