Summer Heat Countdown: Sneak Peek Outlaw Justice by Rebecca York #SumHtRom #mgtab @RebeccaYork43

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Only a few short weeks to go before the big release of Summer Heat: Love on Fire! 16 never before seen stories from bestselling authors such as Caridad Pineiro, Nina Bruhns, and Rebecca York.

Guaranteed to make your blood run hot. Passion, steamy nights, excitement, and suspense. Something to suit every reader’s taste. Grab a cool drink (you’ll need it!), find a hammock, and curl up for an unforgettable escape.


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Today’s teaser comes from the author of over one hundred-fifty suspense and paranormal romances, Rebecca York.

Long ago, they were a hot item. Then Leah left town, met, and married the wrong man. Escaping a living hell of a marriage, she runs straight into the arms of her old lover, Steve Outlaw. Passion flares again between them, but can he save her from a homicidal husband?




Here’s how Steve and Leah meet at the beginning of Outlaw Justice.


“Just great,” Steve Outlaw muttered as he took in the beer bottles, pizza boxes, and other debris littering the floor of his mom’s old house.   Obviously, the last tenants had trashed the place.

The mess was bad enough, but something else made his senses tingle. The scent was wrong for a dwelling that had been closed up for weeks.

It smelled like someone was in here. Or maybe burglars had recently broken in, then cleared out.

He stifled a curse. If he’d still been on the job with the Baltimore PD, he would have been carrying his service revolver. But he’d quit six months ago after recovering from a nasty gunshot wound to the leg. Medical had wanted to keep him on desk duty, and he’d been too restless to sit on the sidelines.

Now he looked around the room, hoping to see something he could use as a weapon. When he spotted a broom leaning against the sagging couch, he picked it up and held it in front of him as he turned toward the closet near the door. The bad leg ached from the effort to move quietly. He ignored it and kept going.

The closet was clear, so were the dining room and the kitchen, except for a couple of folding chairs lying on their sides. But the smell of humanity was stronger near the pantry, and when he threw open the door, a figure leaped out, trying to knock him down in a frantic rush to escape. Since he wasn’t entirely steady on his feet, the tactic almost worked. Dropping the broom, he spun to the side, grabbing a slender arm and wrenching the intruder toward him.

The light was dim, but the breath froze in his lungs when he saw her face. Was he making it up? Or was the woman standing in front of him really Leah?

She looked a lot like the girl he remembered from high school—blond with shoulder-length hair, blue eyes and an elegant nose and mouth.

She was still pretty, but now she looked older and wiser. Or was it sadder? Or terrified at having been discovered? He wasn’t sure about the negative emotions she was fighting to hide. But he saw her breath quicken and her hands tremble.

“Leah?” he asked, struggling with his own roiling emotions as past and present collided.

Her head bobbed in answer to the sound of her name.

Trying to cope with this out-of-kilter meeting, he asked, “What in the name of God are you doing here?”

She glanced at him, then down at the tips of her running shoes, as though she could avoid confrontation by looking away. Although he didn’t want to break the physical contact, he could feel the tension radiating through her. To give her a little space, he let his hand drop away from her arm, but he kept his gaze fixed on her, hoping she wasn’t going to make another run for the door.

In a voice he had to strain to hear, she answered, “I couldn’t think of anywhere else to go.”


About the Author:


New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Rebecca York, has been conjuring up paranormal romantic suspense stories since her dolls were captured by sexy space aliens. Her publishers include Berkley, Harlequin Intrigue, Tor and Sourcebooks. The author of more than 150 books, she is currently writing the paranormal romantic suspense series, Decorah Security, and the Off World series set in the far future.
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Twitter: @rebeccayork43
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Rebecca also spearheaded the idea of a cookbook with recipes garnered from the authors of Summer Heat: Love on Fire.



Let the authors of Summer Heat tempt you with some mouth-watering recipes. Bacon-Wrapped Dates Stuffed with Pistachios, Decadent French Toast, Marinated Steak, Devil’s Food Cake, Beer-Steamed Mussels, Baked Apple with Custard Sauce, White Chocolate Cherry Scones. These are just a few of the wonderful dishes you’ll find in this unique cookbook. Each is linked to a novella in Summer Heat, a collection of sixteen sexy romances by New York Times, USA Today and other Bestselling Authors. The food is great, and each recipe will whet your appetite for one of the stories in the boxed set by giving you insights into the life of the author’s hero and/or heroine. So enjoy the fabulous food along with the outstanding prose from a seasoned group of authors.

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We’re giving away a Kindle Fire loaded with books from the authors of Summer Heat: Love on Fire!!


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  1. thanks for sharing Rebecca’s story in Summer Heat: Love on Fire. Great summer reads coming up.

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