Connal by Diana Palmer

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There were three men in it, now, the newest temporary hands. C. wasn’t there. “He was pretty tight-lipped about where he was going, Miss Mathews,” one of the men volunteered. ” “Oh, boy,” she sighed. ” It was a good thing she drove, she thought angrily. One of these days she’d be gone, and who’d take care of that wild-eyed cowboy then? The thought depressed her. He wouldn’t have any trouble finding somebody to do that, not with his looks. And there was always Edie. She turned off on the road that led to the border.

One of these days she’d be gone, and who’d take care of that wild-eyed cowboy then? The thought depressed her. He wouldn’t have any trouble finding somebody to do that, not with his looks. And there was always Edie. She turned off on the road that led to the border. The official at the border remembered the big white Ford—there hadn’t been a lot of traffic across, since it was a weekday night. She thanked him, went across and drove around until she found the white Ford parked with characteristic haphazardness in a parking space.

He turned to look at Pepi, frowning slightly. ” “Sure,” she said. “Come here, then, sweet girl,” he coaxed, holding out his arm. ” It was the liquor talking, and she knew it. But it was so sweet to have his arm around her shoulder, his head bent to hers, his breath against her forehead. Even the scent of the tequila wasn’t that unpleasant. “So sweet,” he said heavily, walking her away from the car, not toward it. “I don’t want to go home. , it’s dangerous in this part of the city,” she began softly.

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