Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Yin and Yang by Angelica Hart & Zi


While at the airport one of the eastern religious sects whose doctrine and tenet had roots in reincarnation approached and solicited a donation. I smiled and stated, "Sorry... I gave in a previous life."

To continue, a door-to-door religious peddler once told me that if I became one of the army we could save a million souls from going to hell. I retorted without a moment of hesitation and possibly stunning conviction, "No thanks... I shan't give a cent... not enough go there already."

The afore humor that we shared, shows that religion is a very risky place to play. Whereas, we are both spiritual, we have made a sincere effort to not allow it to overtly infest our work. Preachy is left to the pulpit, altar, soapbox, hilltop, and mom when a teen is caught sneaking in way over curfew. Yes, spiritually is a covert agent and it does touch our work on occasion with a timid stroke of a thin artistic brush, but we try to make our pieces more neutral. There are far more superior authors who understand these subjects and can do a good job. We on the other hand do what we think we can do well... that is dance with the draws of love and lust from the everyman and everywoman point of view.

In KILLER DOLLS our heroine is so much the everywoman, in that she delayed making that relationship choice, because Mister Right had not arrived and she was not about to settle for Mister Right-now. We wanted her to find love... and with that... lust... and with that... every possibility of that yin and yang where the two compliment the life of the other. Happy ending stuff... We just adore it.


Tease v. Concern

Taut was quite aware of the danger that was just unvialed and reacted with quick and keen moves. Approaching her from her rear, he placed one huge powerful hand over her mouth so she would not inhale any toxins and his other arm about her waist. Lifting her from the floor, he retreated from the danger. He kept focus. Reviewing what he had memorized from Charles Gallagher's e-mail.

Letti gasped at the unexpected behavior but she wasn't adverse to it. After all, he did something similar when he had kissed her so suddenly in her apartment. It felt like
one of those fantasy moments, something right out of an old-fashioned bodice ripper. Yet, the moment wasn't quite right. There were those guys. Shouldn't they be a bit prudent, or did the possibility of danger turn Taut…well…taut.

She struggled but he refused to release her. He couldn't let her do anything that might spread the ricin. Gallagher had provided photos of ricin victims. He would not allow this to harm Letti. No one was to be hurt. Not again. Not on his watch. That imperative directed his next decisions.

His hold was an aphrodisiac, animalistic, driven, homogeneous with her want, placated only by submission to it, and her body began to respond. Shallow short breaths followed the intense heat smoldering in her groin, incinerating any resistance, and guaranteeing conflagration of raging flames of lust. The tight, pucker of her nipples signaled her growing arousal, and heaviness attached itself to her breasts, having that need to be touched. She surrendered to his authority, submitted, and urged him with her acquiesces to take more.

KILLER DOLLS IS AVAILABLE: Unaware that bio-terrorist are using her handcrafted dolls to attack the innocent, Letti Noel finds herself falling for Taut Johnson, an undercover FBI agent. Even as deceit is a growing barrier to their love, it's the stalking terrorists that are a threat to their lives.

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Angelica Hart and Zi
KILLER DOLLS ~ September 2009


SNAKE DANCE ~ February 2010
Champagne Books


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