Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Tantalizing Tuesday - The Last Dig by Constance Bretes

Welcome to Tantalizing Tuesday! Today we've got Constance Bretes here and she's sharing an excerpt from her latest release The Last Dig.


Rand cupped his hands around both sides of Caroline’s chin then bent down and kissed her. His kiss was urgent and exploratory. She responded to the kiss by kissing him back. There was a dreamy intimacy to their kiss. This time, Caroline said no to her fears. She was too tired to fight within herself over whether or not to be kissed or to kiss back.

Suddenly, out of nowhere, and too soon, his cellphone rang. Rand pulled away from the kiss and answered it. “Callahan,” he said gruffly into the phone. “Where is it? Okay, I’ll be there in a few minutes. Sorry, Caroline, I have to go. There’s a disturbance going on near the River Basin bar.”

Caroline let out a disappointed sigh. “Okay, Rand. I’ll talk with you later then.” She closed the door to her room and leaned against it, trying to wrap her mind around the fact that she had just realized she still loved Rand.


Bones, bodies, and a love rekindled.

Paleontologist Caroline Priest is shocked when she finds a dead body at her dig site. When she calls it in to the sheriff's department, her former boyfriend, Rand Callahan, comes out to investigate. The evidence quickly starts to point to Caroline being the killer, and Rand has no choice but to arrest her.

It's clear to Caroline that she's been set up, but by who and for what reason? While Caroline is out on bail, Rand rekindles his relationship with her as they try to solve the mystery before it's too late.

Content Warning: contains some sexual content

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