By Kathleen G. Seidel
In Oregon's trees state, within a smoky bar, stands owner Tory Duncan. as soon as a hair's breadth from the leave out the USA crown, she's nonetheless simply as appealing and nonetheless looking for happiness.
Joe Brigham, a forthright and good-looking guy from a logging family members, divorced, and father of 1, regards her with a love deep and pure.
yet buying and selling in her look for an doubtful destiny, regardless of the enjoyment Joe gives you to supply, turns out greater than Tory can afford.
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Award-winning writer Kathleen Gilles Seidel nonetheless longs for the small Kansas place of birth of her delivery. To fill that longing, she builds her personal small cities, filling their imaginary borders with robust strong characters looking their very own happily-ever-afters. Kathy lives open air of Washington, D.C. She and her past due husband have grown daughters.
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Her head was tilted, her hair fell away from her shoulder. Her earring was a pearl, and at her throat her pulse throbbed. She was trembling. How easy it would be to tighten his hand over hers and pull her to him. Joe broke free and stood up. " Tory looked up at him. Her eyes were green, . brighter green than he had known eyes could be. He had thought that before. " He had already said that. " She held out her hand. He took it, pulling her up. . First published September 1986 ISBN 0-373-97025-0 Copyright @1986 by Kathleen Gilles Seidel.
Didn't they watch TV? Isn't that what TV taught— how to hold up banks? Not that this was a bank, but surely a little elementary reasoning suggested that the principle was the same. But Tory was fast suspecting that elementary reasoning powers were not something with which her two gentlemen callers were particularly well endowed. She glanced over at Nancy. The girl was trembling, almost crying, her eyes dark splotches in her pale face. Tory smiled at her, trying to reassure her. Nancy wasn't exactly the world's most adventurous person.
She asked. The drinking age in Oregon was twenty-one, and Tory carded people. One of the kids pulled down the zipper of his grey sweatshirt and reached inside. Tory expected a driver's license. She got a gun. A big black metal gun. She stepped back, lifting her hands in the air. She heard a shriek. It was Nancy. The other kid had stuck a smaller gun, a Saturday night special, in the girl's ribs and was prodding her toward the wall. The men in the bar were on their feet. One started forward; another thrust his arm out, stopping him.
Don't Forget to Smile by Kathleen G. Seidel