Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Wrecked in Love by Roxanna Cross

Candy Cane Latte

1 cup milk
2 tsp maraschino cherry juice
1 to 2 drops of peppermint extract
5 Hershey Candy Cane Kisses, unwrapped and roughly chopped
1 tbsp instant coffee
Whipped cream, if desired
1 candy cane, if desired

Heat the milk in the saucepan until it’s hot and steaming, but not
boiling. Stir in the chopped Candy Cane Kisses. Return to heat for an
additional 20 seconds. Stir with a small whisk until the candies are dissolved.
The milk will take on a pinkish hue. Whisk in the coffee, maraschino juice and
add in the peppermint extract drops. Top of your glass with a bit of whipped
cream and decorate the side with the candy cane as a final touch. Enjoy while
it’s hot!

Grams Holiday Meat Pie

5 ½ cups of all purpose flour
2 tsp of salt
1 lb Tenderflake
1 tbsp
1 egg,
lightly beaten

Cold water

Mix together flour and salt
Cut in Tenderflake lard with two
knives or pastry cutter until mixture resembles coarse oatmeal
In 1 cup measure (250 ml),
combine vinegar and egg. Add water to make 1 cup. Gradually stir liquid into
Tenderflake mixture. Add only enough
water to make dough cling together
Gather into a ball and divide
into 6 portions. If desired, wrap unused portions and refrigerate or freeze
Roll out each portion on lightly
floured surface. If dough is sticking, chill 1to 2 hours.
Transfer dough onto a pie plate.
Trim and flute shells or crust and bake according to your recipe.

1-1/4 pounds ground pork
1/2 pound ground beef
1/4 pound ground veal
1/2 cup grated onion
3 garlic cloves, minced
1-1/2 teaspoons salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1/4 teaspoon dried savory
1/4 teaspoon rubbed sage
1/8 teaspoon ground cloves
1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons water, divided
1/4 cup dry bread crumbs
1 egg
*Pastry for double-crust pie (9 inches)

In a large skillet over medium
heat, cook the pork, beef, veal, and onion until meat is no longer pink; drain.
Stir in the garlic, seasonings and 1/4 cup water. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat;
cover and simmer for 15 minutes, stirring frequently.
Remove from the heat; cool to
room temperature. Stir in bread crumbs. Combine egg and remaining water; stir
into meat mixture.
Preheat oven to 400°. Line a
9-in. pie plate with bottom pastry; trim even with edge. Fill with meat
mixture. Roll out remaining pastry to fit top of pie; place over filling. Trim,
seal and flute edges. Cut slits in pastry. Cover edges loosely with foil.
Bake 15 minutes. Remove foil.
Reduce heat to 375°; bake 30-35 minutes or 

A Winter
Solstice Faith’s Restored.
By Roxanna Cross

Bryn tugs on the ash log and brings it in the house.
December 21st, already… and she’s just now bringing in the Yule log.
Her mother would have been ashamed. May the great Mother take care of her
Spirit. She thinks as she places the log with the care it deserves in the fire
pit next to the piece left behind from last year’s log. With hasty fingers, she
decorates the beautiful wood with her mother’s favorite evergreens, douses it
with cider and dusts it with flour as tradition calls. It’s ready. It’s time.
So why can’t she strike the match and set it ablaze? And when did the tears
start she wonders?
“Here, let me.”
“Oh Shit. Finn, where did you come from?” She asks
with her hand clutching her chest as if it would stop her galloping heart. “The
front door,” he ignores her melodrama and pries the match out of her tight
fist. He strikes its head against the rough edge of the brick fireplace. The
acrid smell of its ignition, hits their nostrils. Finn bends down and sets the
log ablaze. “There,” he says, “all set.”
The tears quietly coursing down Bryn’s cheeks keeps
pouring out of her as the flame brighten. This time Finn doesn’t ignore her
dramatics and pulls her to him. “It had to be lit, Bryn. That’s why I took
charge like that. Otherwise, you would’ve sat here all night… staring at a cold
fireplace and a colder Yule log.”
“I know.” She hiccups. “It’s just Mom always...” her
throat constricts in pain. She knew the first Yule without her would be
difficult. But, upholding the traditions is cruel somehow. Especially, since
she’s not feeling the Winter Solstice spirit in her heart. “Do you want to talk
about it?” Finn asks gently. “No.” A shiver runs down her spine and not solely
at the thought of reminiscing. “Ok then, tell me what I can do to make you feel
better, Bryn?” His eyes swim with sincerity. “Make me forget, please Finn.”
His thumb gently scoops away the tears. He presses
his forehead to hers. His hot breath mixes in with hers. She knows what Finn is
doing and it won’t work. She won’t back down from this. She won’t say no. Or
stop. She’s given him his green light. Bryn patiently waits for him to take it;
time to create new traditions.
When he sees this is for real his mouth crashes down
on hers and devours. She opens for him like a flower welcoming the light once
more. His tongue is hungry. No time for sweet caress, it rolls with savage
intent. Taking all she has to offer. His teeth nip and bite. His hands make
quick work of her clothes, his clothes. They are everywhere on her body at once,
or so it seems. His long fingers leave a trail of liquid fire everywhere they
touch her skin. Her mind is in complete bliss—just what she ordered.
A small whimper bubbles out of her when he wrenches
his lips away from hers. “I’ve got you,” he purrs and moves his searing lips
down her body to lick and nip her pussy. In one violent torrent she comes on
his tongue. “That’s my girl.” He circles her clit gently and glides his tongue
back up her body flicking it across her nipples before reclaiming her mouth in
another bruising kiss. She loves tasting herself there. Loves it so much she
can feel that ball of white fire building again in the pit of her belly. Finn’s
large cock head teasing her slit. Up and down. Slow and steady. Not penetrating
her. It drives her insane. “Say you’re my girl.” Finn commands. Is this what he
needs to take me? “I am yours, Finn.”
Magic words spoken, next to her brightly burning
Yule log, he takes her hard and fast and she continues to ride the bliss he
offers. Her faith in Winter Solstice forever restored.

Roxanna Cross

Eyes caught
By the dancing flame
Of the giant sized
Burning this Yule night
Its orange flame like a
Its bright blue pillar,
a spear of hope
And the evergreens all
around, sign of new beginnings
Blessed it be to all
under the Yule candle’s light

Geõla is thy name
Out of the darkness
I am growing
I am changing
For this season of cold
and white
To come to its end
For the wheel to turn
And bring back the light
Blessed Yule tidings

To all on this longest

Wrecked in Love 
Book One
Roxanna Cross

Genre: BDSM, Erotic Romance, 
Mystery, Paranormal

Publisher: Extasy Books

Date of Publication: August 19, 2016

ISBN: 978-1-4874-0795-7

Number of pages: 45
Word Count: 12265

Cover Artist: Valerie Tibbs

Book Description: 

Josephine Herveaux is haunted with guilt over the death of her cousin. The traumatic event from her youth left an empty void she has tried to run from for the past twenty years.

Derek Owens has fought to come to terms with the love triangle from his youth. An OCD Dom, the only place he feels in control is in the safe room he has constructed to deal with his turbulent emotions. The slim thread is shattered when Josephine returns to town.

The past brings Josephine and Derek together once again, but the ghost of Josephine’s cousin refuses to remain quiet. Can Josephine and Derek come to terms with her cousin’s death, or will the ghostly voice in her head drive her to insanity?

A compelling story that will leave you craving more answers….

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About the Author: 

Roxanna is a mother of three teenage girls, a wife and she juggles a full time career all the while living in two worlds. Being a writer, a dreamer, a drifter gives her an outlet to calm the voices in her head. Her quirky, sarcastic sense of humor and easygoing, non-judgmental temperament shines through on the page, a knack that until a few years ago she wouldn’t let herself claim. When an editor selected her short story “Belted In” for Best Bondage Erotica 2014, then it hit her like a ton of bricks—she’d done it. Earned the title she coveted for so long, author. And it’s one she cherishes.  

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