Monday, July 30, 2012

Over the edge


            “He’s not for you.”
            What did he think was for me?  Him?  I wondered.  He moved in and kissed me softly.  When I let him he took it to the next level, the kind of kiss that used to send me over the edge.  Ben had never sent me over the edge.  I wrapped my arms around him and pressed into him.  In one simple exchange I was back, back to Mathew and me.--Lisa Loomis (Boy in a Band--a novel)

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Saturday, July 28, 2012

Wearing me down

He was wearing me down.  They both were wearing me down, mom and Ryan.   It sounded like so much more fun than going out with my parents, flying in a plane Ryan was piloting, to the desert and camping.  Could I do it as friends, was the question.--Lisa Loomis (Casanova Cowboy--a novel)

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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Fast and Foamy


             I talked to him for a few minute before he was pulled in another direction.  I went to fill up my cup before leaving the keg.  I picked up the nozzle and squeezed the black lever and watched the beer come out fast and foamy.
            “That’s what happens when you squeeze too hard.  You have to go slow,” Mathew said as he took the nozzle out of my hand, extending his hand for my cup.
            He was talking about more than the beer tap and he knew I knew it.--Lisa Loomis (Boy in a Band)



Wednesday, July 25, 2012

New Novel--FREE--Gem Rats--July 27 Kindle version

When Tommy surprised them at the front door Stella felt her stomach churn.  No wonder she vomited.  She smiled.  She was drunk alright and she knew Tommy was pissed because she hadn’t honored his request, his demand for sex.  What a coup to throw up at his feet.--Lisa Loomis (Gem Rats)



Saturday, July 21, 2012

New Novel--Gem Rats

Toni grabbed the blow dryer off the bathroom counter and started to dry her hair.  A dull ache spread through her stomach and slowly crept up into her chest, she wished she could blame it on the cookie.  It was time to quit denying, time to quit turning the other cheek.  As much as she didn’t want to, it was time to the quit lying to herself. --Lisa Loomis (Gem Rats) 

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