The Christmas Cowboy: Sarah has broken up with her fiance but decides to take the ski trip they planned. A heavy snowstorm and slick roads cause her to lose control of her car and her heart. Randy Guthrie comes to the rescue.
“Ma’am, are you hurt? Can I help?”
“Those are the nicest words I’ve heard all day. Something crossed in front of me; I braked and the car skid and spun around a couple of times and ended up in this field. I don’t think another car has gone passed. You saw my ski?”
“Yes, it was a good idea. But what the hell are you doing out in a storm like this? You haven’t seen another car because the road is closed.”
“Then why are you on the road?” she asked haughtily.
Now you know those words and that attitude are not going to set well.
Christmas in Montana: Mary Jo is escaping a Christmas wedding - hers. She arranges to stay at a remote cabin in Montana. Wes Parker a brusque, burly cowboy is her landlord. In this remote Montana Winter Wonderland, sparks fly from the very beginning.
"I held off having dinner because I figured you would be arriving late. You never did call to tell me exactly when you would get here."
"I'm sorry, I didn't know how long it would take me to get here."
"Out this way, it's important to let someone know your whereabouts, especially in winter."
"I'll remember that."
"See that you do."
Can't you just hear the tone and the warning - spine tingling shivers, right?
Rocky Mountain Christmas and my latest release, Loving His China Doll are available now at LSF Publications. While you're there, why not treat yourself and buy both, All digital editions in one place and just a click away.
This is a blog hop. Be sure to stop by and see what they have to offer.
or Whatever Your Flavor