Updates

Executive Orders by Taryn Williams – Chapter Three

Chapter Three He sat in his corner, she in hers for a long moment, and although she was looking away from him, out the window, she could feel him looking her up and down while she watched D.C. go by in all of its tinted glory. She couldn’t see him do it, but she felt […]

To access this post, you must log in. If you are not a member yet, you much purchase Woodshed Subscription.
Read more →

Lord Belden’s Baggage by Emma Woodhouse – Chapter Three

Chapter Three The tour—both inside and out—was wonderful. She’d had no idea, really, of the sheer size of the house, to say nothing of their vast lands, filled with fields and sheep and tenant farmers and pasture, as well as a large area of manicured grounds around the manor, itself. It would be a bit […]

To access this post, you must log in. If you are not a member yet, you much purchase Woodshed Subscription.
Read more →

Meeting Eve Deaux by Ruby Caine – Chapter Seven – The End

Chapter Seven “I’m not a reporter, but I would love to have a chat if you’re willing.” Eve hated that the Conrad case hadn’t been properly closed. Louis might not care to understand why someone duct taped him up in the hotel, but his sister sure did. “Swear you aren’t a reporter!” The woman demanded […]

To access this post, you must log in. If you are not a member yet, you much purchase Woodshed Subscription.
Read more →

Owned by the Cowboys By Cassandre Dayne – Chapter Ten

Chapter Ten Skyler paced nervously back and forth across the now well-worn spot of camel carpeting as she continued to check her watch over and over again. “Five until seven.” She exhaled, more nervous than she thought she’d be. She pressed her hands down over the stunning outfit and grimaced. The thin raincoat did little […]

To access this post, you must log in. If you are not a member yet, you much purchase Woodshed Subscription.
Read more →

The Lark and the Bull by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Two

Chapter Two The first thing Lark did that morning was stretch, only to immediately decide that was not the best of ideas as she began to ache in parts of her body she didn’t usually even remember she possessed. She was remembering with horror every detail of what had happened the night before. Although the […]

To access this post, you must log in. If you are not a member yet, you much purchase Woodshed Subscription.
Read more →

Transgressions by Carolyn Faulkner – Part Two

Chapter Five She meant to take him upstairs to her bedroom—which had been her parents’, although she had completely remodeled it, especially the bathroom off it, which had stayed the same as when they had bought the place in the fifties. Neither of her parents had been fond of change of any kind. But they […]

To access this post, you must log in. If you are not a member yet, you much purchase Woodshed Subscription.
Read more →

Lord Belden’s Baggage by Emma Woodhouse – Chapter Two

Chapter Two “He most certainly will not!” Bram’s voice was the loudest of anyone’s, to her amazement, but everyone seemed to be in agreement that it was a patently ridiculous request, including the servants, who looked more horrified than their employers. Alisa backed down quickly. “I didn’t mean to offend anyone, but I want to […]

To access this post, you must log in. If you are not a member yet, you much purchase Woodshed Subscription.
Read more →

Executive Orders by Taryn Williams – Chapter Two

Chapter Two Jack loved the way her hips rode up to meet him whenever he did this to her—of course, it could have been just to avoid the feeling of his thumb in her behind, and he knew that was probably part of it, but it definitely wasn’t all. She was caught between the invader […]

To access this post, you must log in. If you are not a member yet, you much purchase Woodshed Subscription.
Read more →

Meeting Eve Deaux by Ruby Caine – Chapter Six

Chapter Six Eve woke up suddenly, completely alert. Something was wrong, but she couldn’t explain how she knew. A dull thud rattled the wall. Grabbing her weapon from the bedside, she started for Louis’ room. Raymond was so attuned to her, he woke the second she did. She mouthed her concern and nodded toward the […]

To access this post, you must log in. If you are not a member yet, you much purchase Woodshed Subscription.
Read more →