Hump Day Hook – Week 3

By | February 27, 2013

 This week’s hook is from my January 1 release, a erotic sci fi, MESSAGE FROM VIOLA MARI. Marissa’s best friend Jennifer is a sales representative for a dating service, so naturally she’s always trying to set her up with eligible bachelors..
I’d rolled my eyes so many times when she’d inquired about my love life (or should I say non-existent love life), my eyeballs were falling into semi-permanent oh no she’s going to ask me again, orbit. I’m an underwater meteorite specialist, obsessed with space rocks that plunge into oceans. Why can’t she understand that men don’t hold a candle to meteorites, microscopes, and diving expeditions? I’d rather run my fingers over the smooth body of an iron meteorite than a guy’s gluteus maximus any day.  
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The man who makes Marissa crazy is the only one she wants. But it’s a bad time to let lust call the shots when a comet cloud is careening toward Earth and Marissa’s the only one who can save everyone. 

9 thoughts on “Hump Day Hook – Week 3

  1. Gem Sivad

    😀 I like a woman secure in herself and her career and a hero who can make her change her focus. Sounds like she has one waiting in the wings. Great hook!

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  2. Jade Crystal

    Lol, I’m with Kerrianne. It’s fine to be passionate about your work, but work doesn’t even come close to a good man with a great set of glutes. Just wait until she finds that and his other piece of equipment…then she’ll change her tune. 😉

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  3. Sabrina Devonshire

    LOL Jade, I love your comment about the glutes and the equipment. Yes, early on she meets him and since she’s a geeky scientist, she doesn’t handle infatuation and lust well, which makes for some humorous happenings…But let me assure you, everyone’s equipment eventually gets put to good use 🙂

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  4. Ciaran Dwynvil

    lol, that’ll be a big shock to learn that no piece of rock can compare to… a particularly nice piece of warm rock 😉

    I enjoyed your snippet and loved the …semi permanent orbit line. It made me chuckle.

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