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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Mountain Romance

Red Holden is a cowboy who knows more about cattle than he does about love. But all that changes when he meets Mattie Sharp on the lonely prairie. Can Mattie change his mind about women? The answer lies in Mountain Romance. Here's an excerpt to sample.

Red stretched his long legs over the edge of the bunk. He’d never gotten
used to living under a roof and the small cell insured a sleepless night
for him. He’d spent most of his life sleeping under the stars and he found
it hard to settle down with a roof over his head. The fact the roof covered
his jail cell made it all the worse.
All this because of a woman he found lying on the prairie dust.
Whatever possessed him to ride down to the prairie floor he didn’t
know. But he was sure regretting it now.
An hour passed and he was roused from his thoughts by the sound of
a key turning in the outer door. Red sat up in time to see Lt. Miller enter
the guardhouse with a smile on his face.
“I apologize, Mr. Holden,” Miller said as he approached the cell door.
“One of the traders called me to stop a gunfight and I assumed the
worst.”
Red closed his eyes, thinking he might be dreaming. But when he
opened them again, Miller was turning the key in his cell door.
“Your wife explained everything,” Miller told him. “I guess you can’t
fault a man for protecting his woman.”
“My wife?” Red questioned.
Miller stepped aside to reveal Mattie standing behind him.
“The lieutenant was very understanding once I told him what really
happened,” she said.
“But you’re not—”
But Mattie was already rushing into the cell to embrace him. She
pulled his head down and whispered in his ear. “Play along with me or
you’ll rot in here.” Aloud she said: “You were so brave, darling. I was so
worried that other man might actually kill you.”

Mountain Romance available on:
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fictionwise.com
amazon.com

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