SHEILA STEWART Offers up Her Demons… New Book Releasing 12/30!

Twenty-one years ago a bargain was made for her existence. Twenty-one years ago was the beginning of the end.

Born to serve Satan, Aurora Starr wishes she could lead a normal life. Being a demon, that’s not so easy to do. By night she takes the lives of those Satan chooses. Despite her hatred for her job, she knows she must continue. All she wants is to live like a normal human. 

Enter Scott Monroe.

Tall, blond, and gorgeous, he is more than Aurora can resist. Knowing that mating with a human is taboo, Aurora throws caution to the wind and begins seeing Scott. But when Satan makes her choose between her family or the man she loves, Aurora has had enough.

Will love win in the end, or will Satan damn them all?

Excerpt:

 He stepped into the crowd surrounding her and before he could take control of the

situation, she leaned against his chest, wound her arms around his neck, and began

gyrating. The curves of her ass, moving against his pelvis, urged his member to attention.

He probably should put an end to this, his mind was all but screaming it, but his body

refused to listen. Putting his hands on her hips, he swayed to the beat with her.

Slowly, seductively, she turned, and her eyes widened with surprise. “Scott? Well, you

certainly know how to move.”

Gathering his thoughts, Scott grabbed her by the arm, and dragged her away.

“What the hell do you think you’re doing?”

He didn’t answer until they were outside the club and far enough away from the

crowds. “Getting you out of there.”

She jerked her arm free. “I wasn’t ready to leave.”

“Well, now you are.” When she turned back to the noisy club, he grabbed her arm.

Before she could protest, he slung her over his shoulder, getting a perfect view of those

gorgeous, shapely legs. Sucking in his lust, he carried her to his car.

“Put me down!” She wiggled, kicking her legs, which he held down for his own

safety. “I said put me down!”

He did, but not before he’d unlocked his car. Setting her in the passenger seat, he shut

the door and engaged the locks with his key fob. He unlocked his door, climbed into the

driver’s seat, and was instantly bombarded by her attitude.

“What the hell do you think you’re doing?”

He slammed the car into drive and sped off. “Taking you home.”

Shiela Stewart
www.shielasbooks.ca 
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8 Comments Add yours

  1. Kristina H says:

    Sounds great! 🙂

    1. deenaremiel says:

      I think so, too! 🙂

  2. Ana Torres says:

    I love read and writing too and chocolate a pleasure I cant really have because of my diabetes but I sneak some in but pay for it later….. =*( But I didn’t know you know poetry, I do as well. I have some I have written in a book, when I am sad for some reason, I like to write poems. Good luck with your books. And I believe in Angels too. They are always watching us. The good ones I pray not the bad. Have a wonderful Christmas and a wonderful NEW YEAR !!! ~ Ana~

    1. deenaremiel says:

      Thank youso vvery much, Ana, for your warm wishes! I’m glad to have you as a friend and wish you the very same! 😀

  3. Kiru Taye says:

    Hot excerpt! Congratulations on its release, Sheila.

    Deena, I wanted to stop by and wishing the best of the season.
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

    1. deenaremiel says:

      Thank you so much, Kiru! I wish you luck and joy for the New Year! 😀 Mwuaaah!

  4. Thanks everyone for popping in and commenting. Thanks Deenna for putting my story on your blog!

    1. deenaremiel says:

      You are very welcome, Shiela! Anytime, love! 😀

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