By Lori Wilde
The fourth booklet in New York Times bestselling writer Lori Wilde’s Twilight, Texas sequence, The Welcome domestic backyard Club is a perfectly poignant modern romance novel that captures the standard magic of small-town existence and love. enthusiasts of Sherryl Woods, Susan Wiggs, Susan Mallery, and Debbie Macomber will treasure this love tale a few eco-friendly Beret hero who returns to his domestic city with one aim in brain: to win again the center of the lady he left behind.
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The overwhelming smell of flowers washed through her nostrils—the soft, perfect scent of roses, mingled with the whisper of baby‘s breath and the bold perfume of stargazer lilies. But underneath it all, she smelled white lilacs. White lilacs. The flowers Gideon had brought her for their first date. Her mind felt fuzzy, foggy. She frowned, tried to think, and then it all came rushing back. Gideon. She‘d seen Gideon standing before her dressed in leather, motorcycle helmet tucked under his arm. But it couldn‘t be Gideon.
Bowie howled and kicked Crockett halfway across the room. A rubber tree plant imploded upon contact. ‖ Caitlyn commanded. ‖ Completely focused on each other and the rage they‘d been holding on to for decades, they ignored her. They grunted and hit. Groaned and jabbed. ―Fine. ‖ Caitlyn went for the phone, called Hondo Crouch‘s office, and then quickly told the dispatcher what was happening. ―I‘ll send him right over,‖ the dispatcher said. Caitlyn hung up, spun back to the altercation. Part of her just wanted to slip out the back door and let the two of them have at each other, but this was her shop and she was standing her ground.
But just when she thought the older brother had bested the younger, from seemingly out of nowhere, a switchblade knife flashed in Crockett‘s hand. A metallic snapping sound slit the air as the blade sprang from the hilt. Crockett laid the blade against his brother‘s throat. Caitlyn gasped. Sheriff Hondo Crouch came barreling through the door like John Wayne, hand resting on the butt of the duty weapon holstered at his hip. ‖ Bowie released his brother. Crockett pushed a button and the blade disappeared into the handle of the knife.
The Welcome Home Garden Club by Lori Wilde