From Christina: As I work on the third book of “The Sunset Series”, I’m going to be sharing the story here. I’ll be posting “snippets” each week on Sneak Peek Sunday, and from time to time, I might post additional snippets, as well.
The story, “He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not”, is scheduled for release from Secret Cravings Publishing in January. Please be aware that what you are reading here will be unedited, unrevised work from a rough draft of the story. All comments, questions, and suggestions will be appreciated.
Those who’ve read “Not the Marrying Kind” will remember Emily Sue Phillips as the annoying little sister who loved sneaking about. In this story, she’s a very grown up young lady. I hope you enjoy today’s snippet, and that you’ll continue reading as the story progresses.
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Wiping away her tears, Emily glanced up into the eyes of a huge, hulking stranger. She’d grown up around Sunset, had lived all of her life within shouting distance of the town, and she knew the folks who called it home. She’d never seen this man before. Instinctively, she drew back.
The big fellow didn’t move. He stood over her, his hand outstretched.
Emily guessed him to be close to her age, but it was hard to be certain. He had what Mama called a slow look about him – a low, sloping brow, close-set eyes, a weak chin. Nothing more than a big, dumb brute who’d stumbled into Sunset. A harmless sort.
That’s what Mama always said, but the hard look in his man’s mud-brown eyes said otherwise. Alarm shot through Emily. Her heart pounded.
“I’m fine.” Shaking her head, she struggled to stand. She no sooner got to her feet than she went down again, crying out from the pain.
The giant hovered over her, then, with surprising swiftness, bent down and swept her up into his arms.
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I hope you’ve enjoyed this little “snippet”.
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