Lisa Bingham Quotes.

1. "rained for three days. Thunder rumbled like cannon fire, lightning cracked and spit in the darkness. Then, when the storm’s fury had weakened, the horizon lay"
- Lisa Bingham, Distant Thunder

2. "Bowing his head,"
- Lisa Bingham, Distant Thunder

3. "found myself remembering the strong breadth of his chest, the narrow span of his hips. And his lovemaking…"
- Lisa Bingham, Silken Dreams

4. "felt something open and blossom inside of her at the expressions she found there: strength, desire… hunger. And she’d known, deep in her heart, that it would be only a matter of time before she and Ethan became joined in the most intimate manner possible. Now Lettie blinked, allowing her eyes to slip from Ethan’s jaw to the breadth of his shoulders. He’d flung an arm above his head during his sleep, and her eyes lovingly traced the firm contour made by his ribs as they swept in a beguiling arc to the narrowness of his stomach. Her breath paused, then quickened. The sheet had slipped low upon his hips. So very low. Lettie straightened, her chin lifting from her knees without her really being aware of it. Her eyes widened ever so slightly, and she found herself tracing the dark hair that feathered down his stomach from his chest, swirling around the slight indentation of his navel before slipping lower. Lettie felt herself growing warm. Though the sheet covered Ethan where it counted, there was no denying the washboard honing of his stomach, the flat scoop of his pelvis, and the masculine jut of his hips beneath the sheet. Lettie’s eyes grew wider still. Her heart began a slow, methodic pounding at the base of her throat and the pit of her stomach. Impulsively, she pushed aside the covers and slipped from the bed. Her bare feet made no sound on the hooked rug in the center of the floor as she padded across the garret to where Ethan lay beside the wardrobe. Slowly, silently, she knelt beside him, her nightgown puddling onto the floor beside them. Her hair became a curtain of honey-brown waves as she bent toward him."
- Lisa Bingham, Silken Dreams