Monday, April 25, 2016

Spotlight: A Brown-Eyed Handsome Man: Hell Yeah! by Sable Hunter

Kane Saucier has chosen to walk away from a family fortune to wear a badge. As Sheriff of Kerrville County, he lives near his brother Zane and his friends, the McCoys of Tebow Ranch. His life is good, but something is missing. The Sheriff is lonely until love walks through the door of his office one day in the form of Lilibet Ladner. She’s not had an easy life, but from the moment they meet, the sparks fly. While everything is perfect in the bedroom, there is trouble in paradise – intrigue, danger and mystery turn their world upside down. Kane’s faith never wavers; his Little-bit is worth fighting for. And even when her darkest hour comes, Lilibet refuses to give up on her dreams or her Brown Eyed Handsome Man.

**Warning: This version of the book contains explicit content and details.
a less explicit version check out the Hell Yeah! Sweeter Versions also available on Amazon.
Intended for Adult audiences 18+.
Contains: graphical scenes and sexual content.


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Heading out into the street, he saw her making her way down the sidewalk. Stopping to speak to Rex Driscoll, the dry cleaner, she pulled her cart to one side and walked over to him with her uneven, little gait. From around the corner, a herd of Junior High boys came barreling by and didn’t even try to avoid jostling her. Already at a disadvantage, balance-wise, they sent her flying. Kane winced as she landed on the concrete walk—hard.

“Rats.” Lilibet scrambled to get up, embarrassed to be making such a spectacle of herself. Rex hobbled over to her, but someone else got to her first. Strong arms caught her up and she found herself nestled against a rock-hard chest. “I’m sorry. I’m always so clumsy.” Completely flustered, she leaned back to look at her rescuer, knowing full well who it was. “Kane, I thank you so much.” He sat her on her feet, and shocked her when he began brushing dirt and dust off her arms and legs.

“Damn kids,” Driscoll mumbled. “Are you all right, Sweetie? I’ll go get you a glass of water.” The old man tottered off.

“Are you all right, Love?” Kane asked, feeling unaccustomed warmth in the area of his heart.

Looking at him in surprise, Lilibet cherished the kind words. “Oh, yes. I’ve took much worse spills than this.” Why was he looking at her so strangely? If she didn’t know better, the good sheriff of Kerrville County was about to kiss her. Her -crippled Lilibet Ladner—out here on Main Street, in front of God and everybody.

Big blue eyes met his, and her mouth opened expectantly. Kane could see her nipples bead, as plain as day, through her pink cotton camisole. Her heart was racing. He could feel her pulse under his fingertips as he held her wrist. “I think I ought to give you fair warning, Miss Ladner. I’m about to kiss those delectable pink lips of yours. Am I going to get my face slapped?”

Lilibet couldn’t breathe. She was about to receive her very first kiss. ‘Lord, please don’t let me faint,’ was her prayer. She wouldn’t miss this for the world. “No, I would be very grateful for a kiss,” she whispered.

Kane leaned in, slowly. His own heart was pounding like a jack-hammer. It’d been years since he wanted a woman with such a white-hot intensity. Unmindful of the crowd gathering around them, Sheriff Kane Saucier gathered her sexy little body up in his arms and lowered his head to taste the sweetness of her lips.

“Atta boy, Sherriff!”

Damn! Sweeping his little angel up in his arms, he carried her into the dry cleaners, avoiding the annoying comments of the interested townspeople.

“Rex, I’m commandeering your office. Guard the door!” Rex, who was just getting back from fetching the glass of water, gave him a knowing grin. Kane sat Lilibet down on the edge of the desk, and took the beverage from his friend. “Thanks.” He shut the door behind the old man.

“I could have walked,” mumbled Lilibet, totally embarrassed. The kiss she’d been looking forward to was fast turning into a study of her disability. She hated for someone to have to do extra because of her shortcomings. “I know I’m a cripple, but I get around pretty good, for me.”

Kane frowned at her. “You’re not a cripple, and don’t let me hear you call yourself that again.” He hated the word. “I think you are a beautiful woman, one I plan on getting to know a whole lot better.” At that declaration of intent, Kane picked her up, sat on the edge of the desk and arranged her until she was sitting astraddle one of his hard thighs, her breasts pressed into his chest and her hands cupped around his forearms. “Now, I’ve got you where I want you.”

Excitement rushed through her veins like white water. Proximity to a man wasn‘t something she’d ever been privileged to know, especially not the man of her dreams. “Are you still going to kiss me?” she asked hopefully.

Kane looked at her sweet face. “Oh, yeah, I’m gonna kiss the livin’ daylights out of you.”


Sable Hunter is a New York Times, USA Today bestselling author of nearly 50 books in 7 series. She writes sexy contemporary stories full of emotion and suspense. Her focus is mainly cowboy and novels set in Louisiana with a hint of the supernatural. Sable writes what she likes to read and enjoys putting her fantasies on paper. Her books are emotional tales where the heroine is faced with challenges. Her aim is to write a story that will make you laugh, cry and swoon. If she can wring those emotions from a reader, she has done her job. Sable resides in Austin, Texas with her two dogs. Passionate about all animals, she has been known to charm creatures from a one ton bull to a family of raccoons. For fun, Sable haunts cemeteries and battlefields armed with night-vision cameras and digital recorders hunting proof that love survives beyond the grave. Welcome to her world of magic, alpha heroes, sexy cowboys and hot, steamy to-die-for sex. Step into the shoes of her heroines and escape to places where right prevails, love conquers all and holding out for a hero is not an impossible dream


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