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Saturday, February 29, 2020

Saturday Sample and Weekend Writing Warriors: Never Trust a Pretty Wolf


Welcome to Saturday Sample and Weekend Writing Warriors. Today we'll continue to share excerpts from Never Trust a Pretty Wolf. On Sunday when you finish here, do go to http://www.wewriwa.blogspot.com for more excerpts from a bunch of great authors.

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.



Excerpt: 
Chapter One

Last Week
If she cancelled, that odious Andy Bryce might nose around to find out why. Of all the men in the world, why did she end up with him as a partner? Her foot pressed marginally harder against the Mustang’s accelerator.

Oh, he looked great. She gave him that. She had always admired men like Bryce, who must be six‑foot-­three, at least, and had shoulders to die for. He was handsome in a rugged way with a tan that suggested he spent a lot of time outdoors. She also loved those blue eyes of his. They had sparkled with interest when he first saw her. But he was a marshal

This week: We start with Liesel's POV and end in Andy's.

7 comments:

Teresa Cypher said...

I'm starting to believe that Andy got played. I hope he gets the last laugh when "Ms. Wolf" thaws out. :-)

Charmaine Gordon said...

The romance is not happening, sadly enough. But you never can tell.

Jenna said...

I think Ms. Wolf may thaw, but it will be a very long time before she does, Andy's blue eyes not withstanding. She's got more than one issue that's not going away quickly. Great snippet!

Aurora Springer said...

So much for friends!

Veronica Scott said...

Enjoying the story, nice to have a little more of her back story to think about. Great snippet!

Diane Burton said...

I'm enjoying this story--still trying to figure her out.

Ed Hoornaert said...

You've done a great job of ratcheting up the tension between them -- even before they've met!