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Excerpt from “Cowboy” by Staci Stallings… Fatigue hit Ashton hard as he pulled up next to the small establishment winking an OPEN sign. For the first ten seconds after he killed the engine, he considered simply calling Meredith and asking … Continue reading
Copyright Staci Stallings, 2010 ~*~*~*~ To all those who think that love has let them down… Please never stop believing in love’s power to heal all things. In God’s eyes, the light of hope shines eternal where love is concerned… … Continue reading
Chapter 1 “Please, baby, please, just get me through these gates and up to that front door,” Maggie Montgomery pleaded with her ’77 Chevette even as her gaze took in the enormous circle drive that led its winding way up … Continue reading
By: Staci Stallings The Good News: Staci’s books are showing up on Kindle and Nook formats in droves! Check out the titles available: Cowboy Lucky Dreams by Starlight Reunion A Work in Progress A Little Piece of Heaven A Light … Continue reading
By: Staci Stallings One of the hardest things for an author is that writing is such a one-way experience. You work for hours, days, months, sometimes even years to get a story “just right.” Then you put it out there … Continue reading
Chapter 23 The first understanding Holly had the next morning was how incredibly bad her head hurt. No. Hurt didn’t do it justice. Throbbed. Jabbed. Stabbed. That was closer. Ached. To be sure. Spun, wrenched, pounded. All those had … Continue reading
Chapter 21 “Gabriel’s taking you?” Luke asked the next morning as Holly sat in the breakfast nook, staring out the window. How she would miss this place. She barely came back into the room. “Yeah. He should be … Continue reading
Chapter 19 “Do you mind if I borrow your car?” Holly asked Luke as he sat reading the newspaper in the sitting room. She’d formulated a plan, but she needed transportation. “My car? I can call Rio.” … Continue reading