Wednesday, February 29, 2012
“You let her go, Taylor. That’s not Callie you fool. Her name is Lola and she hasn’t done anything to you. Let her go, I say.” Banjo walked toward them with a big butcher knife in his hand that he must have picked up from under the bar.
Lola’s fear doubled into a knot that sat in her throat and threatened to cut off her breath. “It’s okay, Banjo. I’m okay. I’ll just go along with Weston for now and we’ll talk things out.” She took a shaky breath trying with all her might to summon up her courage. “I’m sure, once I talk to him, he’ll know he has the wrong woman.”
“Get out of my way, you good for nothing snot nosed boy. I ain’t got time for wet nursing right now.” Weston spewed spittle when he talked turning Lola’s stomach until she thought she might throw up right then and there.
“Shut the hell up, Taylor. Let her go, or I’ll put this knife right through your heart.” Banjo inched closer and closer.
And here is a Banjo's own story, For Love of Banjo:
Deceit stands between Banjo Wilding’s love for Maggie O’Leary and his search for the father he never knew.
Banjo Wilding wears a borrowed name and bears the scars and reputation of a lurid past. To earn the right to ask for Margaret O’Leary’s hand, he must find his father and make something of himself.
Margaret O’Leary has loved Banjo since she was ten years old but standing between her and Banjo is pride, Banjo’s mysterious father and the Great War.
“Did Daddy swear he’d beat the tar out of you if you tried to seduce me?” They both laughed but Maggie’s skin heated at the idea of being alone with Banjo in the warm seclusion of her home.
“You know Sam, it was more than that. He swore he’d hunt me down, strip the skin from my hide and then he would shoot me if I took advantage of you.” He grinned then the smile slipped away and, in the moments of silence after, Banjo grew serious as he gazed into Maggie’s eyes. “I admit, Maggie, it would be worth a hide-stripping to spend a night with you in my arms.”
Heat gathered in her abdomen and moved down between her legs at the very thought of Banjo with his hands on her bare flesh. “Did you promise Daddy you wouldn’t?” Her words came out breathless and rode on little foggy clouds in the cold, crisp air.
“I’m afraid so.”
For Love of Banjo:
For Love of Banjo will be available at other bookstores very soon as well.
For Harmonica Joe's Reluctant Bride:
Available at Western Trail Blazer Novels
Available at Amazon.com
Lulu Book Store:
and Barnes & Noble
Both books may be ordered in e-book, Kindle and paperback
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
I hope you're all celebrating with your special someone. I have a little list of things I'd like to have today starting with Mr. Ben Mouse and his lovely banjo tunes...
Then a few red roses wouldn't hurt...
And a big ol' box of delicious chocolate ought to just about take care of my Valentine's Day list.
So what's on your list of Valentine's Day delights? Maybe a knight in shining armor?
Thursday, February 09, 2012
Today I am at the Logline Blog with the logline from Harmonica Joe’s Reluctant Bride, Yeah. I know. The title is almost a logline. Any way, if you come over and leave a comment, you will be eligible to win a gift certificate for Amazon.com or ARE for $20. They give away a monthly prize of a gift certificate so that’s a nice little bonus.
Here’s the tag to get there:
I hope I see you there.
Sunday, February 05, 2012
On Thursday, February 9, my log line for Harmonica Joe's Reluctant Bride will post at the Log Line Blog. Just for commenting, you will have a chance to win a $20 gift certificate to Amazon.com or ARe.
On Thursday go to this tag:
On Thursday go to this tag:
I hope to see you there.