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Sunday, September 15, 2019

Snippet Sunday and Weekend Writing Warriors: Never Trust a Pretty Wolf


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For the last few months I've been sharing excerpts from Turnaround Farm, but today I'm sharing from another book, Never Trust a Pretty Wolf. We'll begin with Chapter One.

Blurb:
Liesel Wolf has a secret, a dangerous secret she’ll go to any lengths to conceal. When she’s paired in a charity game with sexy marshal Andy Bryce, a man with secrets of his own, her carefully constructed world comes crashing down, and Liesel’s on a collision course with her past.


Last week:
“Yeah. The basic idea is for groups or individuals to hide caches all over the world. Then they post the GPS coordinates of the cache on the Internet. After that, people who play the game go out and find the cache.”

Andy thought a minute. “But if someone gets there before you do, you wouldn’t find anything.”

“Yes, you would. If you take something, you’re supposed to leave something in return.”

In spite of himself Andy felt a stirring of interest. “Valuable things?”


Excerpt

7 comments:

Ed Hoornaert said...

You make geocaching sound like fun.

Charmaine Gordon said...

Trouble afoot, I fear. Elaine, you always leave us wondering what happens next!

Veronica Scott said...

This whole geocaching effort is really fascinating! Enjoyed the excerpt...

Nancy Gideon said...

Sounds like expensive fun. Treasure hunting without the treasure.

Diane Burton said...

I'll be this is fun. I'd do it. lol Enjoyed the snippet.

Jenna said...

This is exactly what my daughter does. She makes little favors to leave. And yes, some of the caches are very hard to find. She's been trying to find one at a Wendy's in the DC area for years now! Great details in this snippet!

Teresa Cypher said...

Interesting. I see why Andy is intrigued. I now know more about Geo Caching than I ever did. :-) Thanks, Elaine.