A classy little snippet…

Hello and welcome to my snippet! It’s been awhile–but I’m moved into my new home & most of the boxes are unpacked, so now it’s time to get back to “normal.” I can actually see my carpet AND the lovely stone tiles on my dining room floor! Most of them, anyway.

In honor of the release of Art House, Buchanan House: Book Six I’m going to snippet from it! This scene between Chase & Garret is a little longer than 6 sentences, so you can stop after 6 if you’d like. The first line is Chase’s.


“What other retro things do you want to try?”

“Talking on a dialing phone.”

That was fast. “You mean a rotary phone?”

“Is that what they’re called? Say, did you have other people on your phone line when you were a kid?”

“You mean a party line? Yes, for a little while.”

“That sounds like fun.”

“Yeah… not really. Almost every time we picked up the phone, someone would already be talking, so we’d have to wait until they were finished. It sounds like more fun than it was.”

“Aww, don’t burst my bubble. You didn’t hear any secrets? Bust anyone cheating or talking about committing a crime?”

“Not once. Sorry, babe.”

Garrett kissed Chase’s neck and slid one leg between his—he didn’t rub, just let it sit there driving Chase mad. “You’re way better than history class.”


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.

For more about Art House, check out the Buchanan House series page at Dreamspinner or use this Amazon Universal Link.


Have a lovely weekend!


9 thoughts on “A classy little snippet…

  1. Ooh, I love this! Especially since I’m old enough to remember being in homes with a shared line, and we had a rotary dial until I was in high school.

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