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Sunday, 27 December 2015

#WeWriWa Mistle Tow - Teaser 3 #8Sunday #holidayread



This Sunday, I'm sharing another snippet from newly released Mistle Tow.




Brant took one last sip of his coffee in time to hear the unmistakable rumble of a large truck pull up outside, followed by the obnoxious warning back-up beeper that tow trucks were mandated to employ these days.
  
Placing his cup on the counter, he took a deep calming breath and hurried over to the door separating the house from the garage.  

Hesitating, he stood there with his hand on the doorknob.  

“Are you sure about this?” he asked himself for the hundredth time. He’d struggled with this decision for months now. Even after he’d made it and taken the steps to follow through, putting his girl up on the auction block was one of the hardest decisions he’d ever had to make. But it was time to move on. She brought back too many memories he needed to put behind him.



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The last thing Brantley Holley wants to do this year, is spend the holidays at home with his family.

In an attempt to move on from his failed marriage, Brant places the marital home on the market and also decides to clean house, ridding himself of any and all reminders. Although it wrecks him to do so, that includes selling his beloved ’66 Chevelle, which may also have contributed to the demise of his marriage.

Brant puts his baby up on the auction block at one of the premier auction houses— the auction to be held over the holidays. But instead of racking up needless extra miles on her, which might be a detriment to potential buyers, he hires a flatbed tow truck to convey his precious cargo from Philadelphia to Arizona.

But when the rollback shows up, Brant is totally unprepared for the sexy blonde bombshell in the red Santa hat, who steps out of the massive red tow truck.

All of a sudden the holidays are looking a whole lot more festive.




Hope you enjoyed the tease from Mistle Tow. Hop on over to WWW central for this week's list of Weekend Writing Warriors participants

 

4 comments:

  1. A HUGE step. Some people can get quite emotionally attached to a vehicle, especially a classic, or one from their youth. :-)

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  2. Clearing his space is very symbolic. The house and car are big things in anyone's life. But I think this car, is going to be extra special!

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  3. Clearing his space is very symbolic. The house and car are big things in anyone's life. But I think this car, is going to be extra special!

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  4. At first I thought he was putting his girlfriend up for auction, but I didn't think you were writing that kind of story.

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