The prizes are a-dwindling, but we’ve got plenty more to give away to y’all. And don’t forget. The gal who gets the most right answers is up for a $25 gift card from Barnes & Noble. In case of a tie, we’ll break out that ol’ Stetson for a draw-off. Here’s today’s pile o’ prizes from the Fillies.
The Horseman’s Bride by Elizabeth Lane
Give Me a Texas Ranger from Phyliss Miranda
A gift certificate to White Rose Press from Tanya Hanson
A Lady Like Sarah By Margaret Brownley
A Doctor in Petticoats by Mary Connealy
Y’all know the rules . . . It’s simpler than horseshoes. All you gotta is take a stab at guessin’ which Filly wrote these first lines… Holler out some names in the comment section, and you just might win a prize.
1. “Watch out!”
2. “Sometimes I want to take the top of your head off and screw your brain in right.”
3. Dense clouds parted to reveal a slice of silver moon in the narrow gap of sky above the dark alley where the fourteen-year-old girl crouched beside a stack of crates. She wasn’t afraid. No, there were plenty of things more terrifying than night.
1. Quinten Corbett plucked his watch from his printer’s apron pocket and studied the hour. Damnation, maybe time didn’t matter to some folks, but to Quin the world revolved around deadlines … professional and personal.
2. “What in the …” Morgan Payne wasn’t sure whether to cuss or fight. “Son of a …” He stared across the alley at a young woman holding a bow. He damn sure knew where her arrow had ended up!
3. Not only was he tired, hungry, and dirty, but technically, Hayden McGraw guessed he was still on suspension with the Texas Rangers.