One Dance With a Stranger
Emily feels it is important to hide her sordid past. Love has no part in her new life. Her job and her respectable fiance are achievements that she has no intentions of jeopardizing. Why would she even think of risking everything to follow her heart’s desire – charismatic, fickle Wade Hart?
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Excerpt from One Dance With a Stranger
“Just don’t talk anymore and sing either. Just dance…” Emily felt his sultry voice in her chest, slipping lower. Her ears were buzzing. “I think I’m going to start screaming.”
“I can’t believe you’re not enjoying this, my little playboy bunny. Your body sure says you do.” His voice revealed her darkest secret so easily. “I saw your picture every day for many years, darlin’ – sitting in my prison cell.” Wade shifted slightly to look down into her strained face.
Love of fairy-tales, romance and westerns created much of Who I Am.
From reading my mother’s romance stories or my father’s westerns to playing cowboys and Indians in the isolated prairies of Northern Saskatchewan I followed my dad’s advice – I could be anything I wanted. When I was too old to play like a ‘wild Indian’ I could still create my beloved cowboys and romance by writing about their lives.