VBT Stop/Contest with Donna Gallagher

Cover_lauraslightLaura’s Light by Donna Gallagher

Forty-two- year- old single mother Laura Harris devoted more than half her life to raising her son. She remembered the concept of having sex but it had been aeons since she’s actually been a participant – especially with a real flesh-and-blood partner. But it’s time to reclaim her life. Her son is a man now. And the rising star of the Jets rugby league team. Their future is brighter than ever and, for the first time, financially secure. But Laura is starting to think agreeing to have dinner with Trevor Hughes could be biting off more than she can chew. Not that she can’t see herself taking a nice big chunk from the absolutely gorgeous thirty-four-year-old sports commentator’s rump, he’s one prime piece of masculinity! She just isn’t sure how or when the whole sex thing will become an issue. She can’t even get past the what-to-wear step. Let alone the when-to-take-it-off stage…

Trevor Hughes usually avoids the woman with substance – he has enough of his own demons to deal without trying to care for anyone else. But there’s something about the upbeat, sexy, one-woman-dynamo Laura Harris. The woman is pure sunshine and happiness. And that’s surprising when you look at what life has handed her. Nothing seemed to dampen Laura’s spirits and she quickly becomes someone Trevor needs in his life…Until misunderstandings come between them. Can Trevor put things right?

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 Adult Teaser Excerpt:

Trevor locked his knees so as not to crumple to the floor, felt his eyes roll back into his head, and even though he wanted to watch Laura, wanted to watch her mouth ride him, her cheeks hollow as she sucked on him, he couldn’t manage to focus his eyes. His balls tightened—he could feel the impending release about to spurt from him. God, he was about to come quicker than a virgin on prom night and there was nothing that could save him. He could not prolong the inevitable even though he wanted to feel the thrill of Laura’s mouth on him for longer. Let’s see, eternity might be a good start, he thought.

“I’m not going to last—this feels so fucking good, Laura, so fucking fantastic,” he managed to moan. The words were hardly romantic and not nearly deserving of this amazing woman who knelt before him, but they were all he could manage. He would make it up to her later, when he could manage to think with something other than his cock.

The cock that was plunging in and out of her mouth—he felt the head of his shaft bump the back of her throat, felt her fight the gag reflex. She actually swallowed, the sensation mind-blowing. She was blowing his mind and body. Her teeth grazed his cock as she continued her actions, rolling her tongue over the slit in the end of his cock before sucking him back in greedily, all the way until he felt his balls slap her chin.

 

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Contest Announcement:  

Donna will be awarding a $50 Amazon GC to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour.

Follow the tour and comment; the more  comments you leave, the better your chances of winning. The tour dates can be found here: http://goddessfishpromotions.blogspot.com/2012/12/virtual-super-book-blast-lauras-light.html

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Sydney-born Donna Gallagher decided at an early age that life needed be tackled head on.

Leaving home at 15 she supported herself through her teen years.

In her twenties she married a professional sportsman, her love of sport — especially rugby league — probably overriding her good sense.

The seven-year marriage was an adventure. There were the emotional ups and downs of having a husband with a public profile in a sometimes glamorous but always high-pressure field. There were always interesting characters to meet and observe and even the opportunity to live for a time in the UK.

Eventually Donna returned home a single woman, but she never lost her passion for watching sport, as well as the people in and around it.

Now happily re-married and with three sons Donna loves coffee mornings with her female friends, sorting through problems from the personal to the international. But she’s on even footing with the keenest man when it comes to watching and talking rugby league.

Donna considers herself something of a black sheep in a family of high achievers. Her brother has a doctorate in mathematics and her sister is a well-known sports journalist.

An avid reader, especially of romance, Donna finally found she couldn’t stop the characters residing in her imagination from spilling onto paper. Naturally rugby league is the backdrop to her League of Love Series, published through UK publisher Total-E-Bound, spicy tales of hunky heroes and spunky heroines overcoming adversity to eventually find true love.

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23 thoughts on “VBT Stop/Contest with Donna Gallagher

  1. Hi Raine,

    Popped in early – or late Aussie time, to thank you for hosting my book blast. I hope your followers enjoy the excerpt and if there are any burning questions about Australia, I will be popping back to answer them 😉

    Cheers
    Donna

  2. Hot excerpt, Laura and Trevor seemed to hit it off fast, are there going to be some difficulties in store for them?

    lennascloud(at)gmail(dot)com

  3. What countries did you visit, since you mentioned that you traveled a lot with your first husband?

    shadowrunner1987 AT gmail Dot com

    1. HI Ami,
      I have been to the UK, USA a few times, China, Hong Kong, Various South Pacific Islands and NZ. I’ve also travelled around Australia – its big. I’m heading to Europe soon to go to a wedding in Scotland. Most of these trips were with this hubby – the better one 😉

      Cheers
      Donna

  4. Thanks for the excerpt! I’m definitely getting a copy for my kindle ASAP!

    Thanks for the giveaway too

    junegirl63 at gmail dot com

  5. 15 is very young to be leaving home. I left at 17, but moved in with an older sister, so that does not count.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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