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Skookumchuck - (57 pages) A comedy-romance from Trinity Moon. Nanny Jordan needs a job - Hunky Hud needs a nanny, and mutual friend Elaine is the glue than binds. click to read
Arizona Angels - (95 pages) Throwing the door open she encountered Bowie's towering form, his large arm extended, little Lee dangling in mid air like a large spider. Lynx gasped, her hands going out to rescue the squawKumquats Are People Too child.
"This demonic little hooligan was window peeping into the honeymoon cottages! God only knows what she saw, but she seemed quite satisfied," he went on, his eyes scorching over Lynx's shocked face. click to read
Buttercups & Daisies - (13 pages) It wasn’t until he had seen his neighbor Lily pole vaulting over the roses that he realized his father was in trouble.
Darn doddering, love-crazed Betsy! She certainly had a mouth on her. But simply put, he wasn’t the man who was going to put out her fire. click to read
Feather Creek - (60 pages) Hawk should have known better than visiting the mercantile on a Saturday - Millie’s busiest day of the week, particularly with a winter storm brewing. Based on the color of the sky and the strength of the wind, this one could turn out to be a wooly-booger. click to continue
The Hen That Laid the Golden Egg - (16 pages) The lady was beautiful - long sexy legs visible beneath the bright-yellow sundress and long blond hair that was tied back with a ribbon that matched her dress to a tee. "Please don't let this be Ms. Mattie Anderson," Bill silently prayed, knowing in his heart of hearts that this indeed was Ms. Mattie Anderson. click to continue
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Dinah hugged the expensive red sport’s car to one side of the road, attempting to pull off as her beloved Chihuahua ChiChi feverously barked.
“Just hold it one more minute, darling and mommy will have you out for tinkle time,” she promised, knowing that she had already waited far too long to make the doggie pit stop.
There was good reason, too she noted as she grabbed ChiChi’s water bottle and exited the car, the tiny doggie following suit.
There had not been another car in sight for the past fifty miles and her cell phone had fizzled-out ten miles back, compliments of the dense vegetation in the area. Wouldn’t be good to become stranded here, she tacked onto her thoughts. Stops could prove dangerous, particularly without a cell.
Even so, she should be accustomed to the situation by now. Aunt Fran lived in what most would call ‘the middle of the sticks’. Only forty more miles and they would be there.
“ChiChi! Here boy,” she called to him as he finished his business. “How about a bit of water? There, there. Good boy,” she praised as he licked at the bottle with his tiny pink tongue, Dinah managing to squeeze a bit of the water into his tiny mouth - a miracle in itself.
She had no idea that they were being watched from afar…..
From the dense covering of the wooded forest, Pax spied the lady who appeared to be holding a tiny rat. But there was no time for rewiring his thoughts right now. He had to make haste before she zoomed away. Four days now, and he’d seen coyotes aplenty - but she was the only sign of human life he’d seen.
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