Sunday, August 28, 2016

Sunday Snippets by Connie Vines #sundaysnips&stuff

It's another beautiful Sunday morning.  

Today I'd like to share another  snippet from my Rodeo Romance, "Lynx".

Page 51:

Blinking irritably at the heavy, burning sensation in his eyes, compliments of a sleepless night invaded by erotic dreams of Rachel, Lynx crawled from bed the following morning and staggered to the rear of the camper.  He managed to perk a strong pot of coffee before peering into the refrigerator.  A quart of milk with an expiration date of six days past, a mummified tomato, and a cardboard container holding a two-day old hamburger stared back at him.  The heavy scent of bacon, pancakes, and eggs from next door provoked a rumble of hunger from his stomach.  He needed food.  It only went to reason, Running Springs, being a small town, possessed one cafe--"The Round-Up" where Rachel worked.

With a resigned shrug, Lynx showered, shaved, and got dressed.

Lynx stopped short when he walked across the threshold of the cafe, his gaze riveted to the woman whose image had kept him up all night--Rachel.

He felt like hell, and he looked like hell, and to compound his ire, she sat at the end of the counter looking refreshed.  At five in the morning, she should have looked a little haggard!

Her silky hair was pinned at the nape of her neck in some type of complicated braid.  
She looked up at him when the bell over the door jingled, and she managed a smile.  "Good morning," she said cheerfully, rising to her feet.  

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Sunday, August 21, 2016

Sunday Snippets #Sunday Snips

For today please enjoy another snippet from "Lynx" Rodeo Romance.

Rachel smiled.  Lynx wasn't at all what she'd expected.  Sexy, take-charge, Texas rodeo cowboy one moment, and charming, non-threatening date the next.  She didn't know what to make of the situation.

Or Lynx Maddox.

It was only the cologne, she reminded herself when Lynx leaned closer and pointed out the skill of the fiddle player--she always loved the scent of a good cologne.  Warm and musky.  Or, maybe it was his reputation that held such appeal--he was a rodeo cowboy.  Bull riders flirted with death and danger every day, and that alone could be a real turn on for some women.

Still she knew none of those things was the real reason she was reacting this way.

His heart-stopping green eyes were her undoing.  Weren't they?  But what about his smile?  she asked herself.  Heavens, he had a gorgeous smile.

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Sunday, August 14, 2016

Lynx, Rodeo Romance, Book 1— #sundaysnips&stuff

What woman doesn’t love a cowboy?

This Sunday’s Snippet is from my Contemporary Western Romance “Lynx”. Rodeo Romance.

"I've never been to Cheyenne, Wyoming or Frontier Days," Rachel said.

Lynx toyed with a long strand of her black hair and brushed it away from her face.  "Cheyenne, Wyoming is a rodeo town, Frontier Days is a three-day  celebration, " Lynx said.  "Its's a huge tourist attraction, and the town goes all-out for it.  The locals say Cheyenne onlyl has two seasons--winter and Frontier Days."

Dan and Charlene turned their attention back to the couple.

"Don't be talking about going just yet," Charlene said, clutching Dan's hand.  "You fellas just got home yesterday."

"Now Charlene," Dan warned.  "You know how much purse money's at stake here."

"I know. . ."

                Rachel melted against the back of her chair, as Lynx’s finger tip brushed a strand of hair from her face.  Her body shivered all the way to her toes.  Fidgeting with a silver bracelet on her wrist, Rachel didn’t know how to deal with this type of covert seduction.  “You’ll have a good time then,” she said addressing her comment to both men.

                “Everyone has a good time,” Lynx clarified.

                Dan chuckled. “Everyone who’s able, anyway.”

                Rachel reached for her glass, glancing a Dan. “I don’t understand.”

                Dan pushed his hat further back on his head, revealing a bright crop of red hair.  “I landed in front of the angry end of a bull last year and broke my arm.  Lynx had a hell of a good time, though.”

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