Sneak Peek Sunday–from HEARTSTRINGS… Uh-oh, she’s drunk, lonely and he’s just sung her a love song. This can’t be good…

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HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY to all the moms out there!!!

Today I’m sharing a Sneak Peek from Heartstrings.

ccontemporary western romance, cowboy romance, Texas romance, Native American romance, country music singer romanceShe had to get away from him. Had to escape or she’d do something stupid and destroy her family. There was no  doubt she wanted him, missed him, was lonely, and she was drunk. An extremely dangerous combination.

“I need to go home.” She wobbled to her feet and took off through the crowd toward the exit.

“Abby?”

She didn’t stop, but rushed out the swinging doors.

At the door of her Silverado, he caught up and took her arm. “You aren’t in any condition to drive. Where’s your friend?”

She shook her head. “She’s going home with–with her boyfriend.” He was right; she was too drunk to drive home. Tears threatened to fall, and she swallowed her pride as she fell into his arms. “Please, take me home.”

Sounds dangerous to me. What do y’all think?

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3 thoughts on “Sneak Peek Sunday–from HEARTSTRINGS… Uh-oh, she’s drunk, lonely and he’s just sung her a love song. This can’t be good…

  1. I’m so glad you didn’t let the poor girl drive. She’s in a dangerous state, all right. I enjoyed the “sneak peek”.

  2. Yes, I’m glad he followed her. Plus he can help keep her from feeling lonely. 🙂

  3. You set the stage so nicely – Wanted him, missed him, was lonely and drunk. Yeah- that’s dangerous. Nice peek Sara.

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