A less than artful proposition…

Hand drawing heart in sand on the beachHola Snippetteers and welcome!

I hope you’re staying cool (or warm, depending on where you are) and enjoying life! Things are slowly getting back to normal here which is a relief because i have a lot of cool stuff coming up and don’t want to do any of it halfway.

I’m sharing from BH#6 again today–the last book in my Buchanan House series (that is still not finished). Last week I introduced Garrett and this week am rolling out a teaser for one of the big issues in the story. You can find previous snippets from this story here.

Nope. Not telling what it is but you’ll probably get it. 🙂

The first line of dialogue is a guy who works in an art supply store. He’s just recognized Chase’s name from his credit card and they chatted a little about art while the kid bagged his purchase. Standard warnings re: creative punctuation and unedited material apply.


“Say, if you’re free in a couple hours maybe we could grab a beer and talk about it.”

The kid’s look said talking was probably low on his priority list; Chase guessed the kid would have let him buy the beer though.

“Not free, but thanks.”

“I don’t see a ring.”

Is this what getting cruised is like now?

Chase shuddered but forced what he hoped was a friendly smile onto his face at the same time. “Not everyone who’s unmarried is free.”


Thanks for reading!

To find links to more snippets, visit the Rainbow Snippets FB Group. It’s a public group and everyone is welcome to join. Have a lovely weekend!

If you’re looking for a short (and free) read for your weekend, Buchanan House Book Two, Pride Weekend, is always free at the Dreamspinner store and All Romance eBooks.


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