Guest Author & Giveaway: Sara Brookes featuring Chasing Sin

Wednesday, July 11

We desperately need rain where I live.  I live in the corn belt...and let me tell you it's a sad state.  All spiky leaves that look like they are razor sharp...not at all like corn is supposed to be. I guess that means no high fructose corn syrup next year, LOL!  Seriously though, I would do just about anything for some maybe chase a storm my way.   Especially if it involved two hunky hero storm chasers like the ones in Sara Brookes new novel, Chasing Sin.

Sara Brookes is my guest today to share one of her favorite scenes from Chasing Sin.  So I guess if I can't have rain, I'll take the two hunky hero storm chasers, just like Kate, LOL. Except she got the storm and the heroes :(   Enjoy!


One of my absolute favorite moments in Chasing Sin is when the trio reconnects physically. It’s during the time they’re waiting for the monstrous hurricane bearing down on them to arrive. After all, what else are three people who are hot for one another supposed to do—twiddle their thumbs? *g* Aside from the sexy times, one of my favorite lines in the entire book takes place in this snippet—when Kate kisses Tripp.

WARNING: Adult snippet
She watched as Tripp leaned forward to take Snyder’s mouth in a stirring kiss. It awakened things inside her she’d fought against for so long. They kissed passionately, lost to each other, and Kate found all she wanted to do was watch. They’d always held an ease with each other that was admirable and she absolutely loved that about them.

They broke away, their heated gazes focusing on Kate again as she licked her dry lips. How was it possible for her to feel as if she was going to combust at any moment?

Snyder smiled, his eyes sparkling with heat. “Why don’t you take over? I have something else I’d like to kiss. Unless you’d…” he trailed off and Kate let out a bright peal of laughter. Snyder’s fondness for blowjobs was something she’d known about even before that night in the hotel.

Some things never changed.

She abandoned her earlier thoughts and realized she really could do this after all.

“Go ahead.” Who was she to deny him—deny any of them—this moment?

Tripp lifted his hand and pulled her closer, spreading her legs so she straddled his thigh. As she slowly dropped, he pushed the fabric of her skirt up her thighs. He seemed unsurprised when he encountered nothing but bare skin as she settled against his leg.

His eyes closed momentarily and she glanced down to watch Snyder slide his tongue over the head of Tripp’s cock. Everything inside her ached to be a part of this moment. Unable to stop herself, she cradled Tripp’s jaw as she leaned in to kiss him.

He tasted of memories she’d buried long ago—like comfort and hope.

Tripp’s arm slid around her waist and rested at the swell of her hip, just under Snyder’s hand. The contact bound them as they moved with a grace she’d never shared with any of her other lovers. They seemed to share in instinct with each other about where hands touched and fingers grazed over skin. Their energy transferred to her and the hollowness that had been inside her since walking out of the hotel room in Kansas was filled.

Tripp groaned into her mouth and the sound arrowed straight to her pussy. She shifted against his thigh and the feel of the warm skin against her own heat further heightened the intense sensation.

Tripp pulled her forward, and this time, she was the one who sighed into him. His lips curled under hers, and with one arm, he started slowly pushing her away before dragging her back. The fine hairs on his thigh tickled her skin and her wetness slicked his flesh. Her hand dropped to rest lightly against the back of Snyder’s head and the contact allowed her to feel his movements.

The wind started to howl against the house, rattling the windowpanes just a few feet away. The storm had arrived. For the first time in her professional career, she didn’t care about the vicious storm. It didn’t matter. Her world was these two men and what they meant to her.

For once, the moment wasn’t about chasing the storm, it was about chasing sin.

Every spring, Kate risks her life chasing violent storms. Tired of watching her take unnecessary chances, two of her closest friends offer a different thrill. Devoted lovers Snyder and Tripp don’t just share a passion for nature’s fury; they long to have the fearless woman between them.

Though she is reluctant, she also knows the proposition is too irresistible to refuse. Her acceptance leads to an explosive night of no-holes-barred sex for the threesome. However, when morning dawns, she realizes this type of unusual relationship isn’t one she belongs in.

Despite her best efforts to keep the men at arm’s length, Kate finds herself facing down the storm of the century with them at her side. When Mother Nature intrudes, the trio discovers shelter in each other’s arms. With the hurricane raging outside and passion raging inside, everything is at stake.

WARNING: If you’re looking for a calm Sunday drive in the country, put this down and go find Miss Daisy. An adrenaline packed tornado chase is capped off by two men who like to share and don’t mind showing the heroine just how much they want her with sex—lots of it. Shower sex, sweaty sex, gay sex, and ménage sex during a vicious hurricane.  Hey, crazy weather makes people do crazy things.

And enjoy this additional excerpt provided for Musings readers:

A small group of men played near the waterline, flinging a Frisbee back and forth. Their laughter drifted on the breeze and she knelt in order to snap a few images. She watched them play their game, and got so caught up, she jumped in surprise when two long shadows stretched out on the sand on either side of her.

At least out here the atmosphere wasn’t as suffocating when they came near.

She stared out at the shoreline, waiting for one of the men to speak because she didn’t know what to say.

“You know we don’t care why you left.”

Kate lowered the camera as Tripp spoke, thumbing the power switch to conserve the battery.

Snyder crouched beside her, his fingers dragging through the sun-warmed sand. “Whatever happened that made you feel as if you needed to take off can be fixed. Especially if we had something to do with it.”

Tripp crouched as well, his knees just inches from her arm. “Let us fix it if that’s the case, but please just tell us what we did.”

The desperate pleas in both their voices made her heart clench. She longed to tell them and wanted to share with them her thoughts and feeling on the subject as a whole. It shouldn’t be this hard, but the reality of the future she now faced shook her to her core.

She pushed to stand, waiting as she felt them stand as well. If she didn’t get some of this out now, it would fester like an open wound, and that couldn’t be good for any of them.

“It wasn’t you. Either of you.” She stared out at the Gulf, unable to stomach turning around to face them as she confessed. At least partially. The reason she left was easy. The reason she kept running was more complicated. “At least nothing intentional. You were yourselves and that’s all I ever could have asked for.”


Thanks Sara for being my guest today, I just wish you could have brought some rain with you, LOL.  

If you'd like to learn more about Sara Brookes and the books she writes you can find her at her website, Facebook, and Twitter.

To celebrate the release of Chasing Sin, Sara is going to giveaway a $50 Amazon Gift Card to one lucky commenter during her blog tour.  The more blog stops you comment on, the better your chances of winning!  Here's how you can enter to win...

Ways to earn entries:
  • Mandatory:  Answer this question:  Have you ever chased a storm, or tell me about your most harrowing storm experience...or do a rain dance because we desperately need it, LOL  (good for 1 entry)
How to enter:
  • Leave a comment at each stop on the blog tour to earn additional entries for the $50 GC. 
Rules and disclaimers:
  • The winner(s) for the $50 GC will be selected randomly from among all of the comments of the blog tour by either the author or by Goddess Fish Promotions who will also be responsible for contacting the winner(s).
  • Seductive Musings is not responsible for prizes that are not honored, distributed in a timely manner, lost, stolen, or damaged during transit 
  • All giveaways are subject to change/cancellation without prior written notice
Good Luck!

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*Seductive Musings is an Amazon affiliate and receives a very small referral fee for purchases made via the links on the blog and through the Seductive Musings Amazon Store. Read the full disclosure here.


Kaetrin July 11, 2012 at 4:00 AM  

I've never chased a storm. Here in South Australia we don't really have the kinds of storms which can be chased!

I enjoyed the excerpt. Thx! :)

Goddess Fish Promotions July 11, 2012 at 6:55 AM  

Thank you for hosting Sara today.

lorimeehan July 11, 2012 at 7:44 AM  

That was a great excerpt. Very hot. The closest I got to chasing a storm was in the reverse it was chasing us. lol. We trying to get home before the tornado hit. We could see it out the car window. We got lucky by the time we got home it had changed direction.

Anne July 11, 2012 at 9:18 AM  

I am a complete weather wimp and prefer to watch them from the warm, dry indoors.

I can see how people can find them more ways than one.

Joanne July 11, 2012 at 12:26 PM  

Congrats on the new release. Thanks for the great excerpts. This book sounds amazing. Can't wait to read it to see more of Kate, Snyder, and Tripp.
I have never chased a storm but I live in a tornado zone. We had one touch down about 15 minutes away from us. We did get lots of rain, hail, and heavy winds. The wind moved the entire patio furniture set across the deck.


Anonymous,  July 11, 2012 at 1:02 PM  

I like looking at lightning from a distance, but I get nervous as it gets closer. It would add drama to any sexy situation, though...


Sara Brookes July 11, 2012 at 4:04 PM  

Sounds like its time for a trip to the US! LOL

Sara Brookes July 11, 2012 at 4:07 PM  

Oh my goodness! Glad to hear it veered away from you! Thanks for stopping by.

Sara Brookes July 11, 2012 at 4:08 PM  

If its snow or cold weather I am totally inside! LOL

Sara Brookes July 11, 2012 at 4:12 PM  

Always glad to hear everyone is safe. The best storms are the ones that touch down in areas no one lives.

Sara Brookes July 11, 2012 at 4:15 PM  

We've had some really bad and intense thunderstorms the past week or so here. Rumbling thunder that seems to go on FOREVER.

Sara Brookes July 11, 2012 at 4:17 PM  

Thanks so much for having me here and letting me share such a sexy excerpt!

Leni July 11, 2012 at 5:11 PM  

I have never chased a storm and have no desire to do so :) The most adventurous I get is talking on the phone during a storm.
The worst has been having to deal with flood damage and having power go out.

GFC follower

Tore July 11, 2012 at 9:45 PM  

I have never chased a storm before. I have always hated thunder storms since I was younger. I use to run and hide. Please enter me in contest. I am a follower and email subscriber.

Rissa July 11, 2012 at 11:46 PM  

OMG that book sounds HOTT!!! I have never chased a storm but I LOVE a good thunderstorm during the summer.

I am a follower :) raynman1979 at yahoo dot com

marybelle July 12, 2012 at 5:03 AM  

We've got rain here & you are welcome to it.

I can't see myself chasing a storm ever.

Follower & email subscriber


June M. July 12, 2012 at 5:10 AM  

I have never chased a storm but I do enjoy a good thunder storm. As long as there are no tornadoes or bad damage, I love to watch storms. I really love it at night, when I can lay in bed with the curtains/blinds open and watch the storm while I drift off to sleep.
manning_j2004 at yahoo dot com

Maria pronounced Mariah July 12, 2012 at 2:00 PM  

I don't need to chase a storm...I live in the middle of no where and they chase us! We have gotten 120 mile an hour winds at hour house several times. I think I will stick with that!

Thanks so much!
gfc: Maria pronounced Mariah

Jess July 14, 2012 at 7:28 PM  

I can't see myself ever chasing a storm! LOL I'm a big scardy cat

andieleah July 15, 2012 at 10:04 PM  

I haven't chased a storm but I have tried to outrace a storm...I commute 50 miles for work and you would be suprised how you can drive through a storm and its so weird to pop out and the payment be dry. My most harrowing experience was a torrential downpour...I had to stop and get gas and was instantly soaked...the rain was going sideways...terrible drive.And when I got home my roommate was worried he said I drove through a storm that produced F5 tornadoes in the kc area...super scary!
Gfc Andrea Wardlow

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