It’s SWOON Thursday, hosted by the awesome authors over at YA bound. Here’s how it works:
From the book you’re currently reading, or one you just finished, tell us what made you SWOON. Shout it out on Twitter with the hashtag #YABound, post it here in the comments, or grab the adorable button above and share it on your blog. We want to know!
Okay, I’ve been really so busy working with Son of Set to get it ready for it’s release next Spring that I haven’t had time to read. So I thought I’d treat you all to a special swoon.
This week, I’m SWOONING over:
Son of Set (Descendants of Isis #2) by Kelsey Ketch
He laughed; making Natti’s defenses crumble and her nervousness heighten. Seth responded by stroking her cheek before continuing with his explanation. “When you lie, your eyes flicker slightly to the lower left, and you become easily unraveled. Also, you have a tendency to start nibbling your lower lip when you’re nervous,” he said, his gaze drifting to her mouth again. “Like right now. It’s kinda cute, really.”
Natti’s eyes widened, noticing for the first time her lip between her teeth. She released it immediately, bringing another bout of laughter from Seth. She groaned, again, and buried her head into the pillow to muffle her curse. After a moment, when the vibrations of Seth’s laugh settled, she felt him slip his hand between her and the pillow surface and run his fingers along her jawline. The soft tingling eased her embarrassment and drew her out from her hiding spot. She looked directly into his eyes, which seemed to glow brighter in the sunlight that streamed in through the window.
Natti crinkled her brow while trying to suppress a smile. “I hate you at times.”
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