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Monday, September 5, 2016

One Line Monday

A lot can be said with a few well-chosen words. 
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10 comments:

Toni V.S. said...

From THE GOOD MCCOY LAD, Book 2 of the McCoys series:

"He’d spent his entire life trying to live down Padraig’s reputation, to convince everyone he hadn’t taken after his profligate brother."

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Toni V.S. said...

From THE HONEST RAKE, Book 1 of the McCoys series:

"Take off that lovely shirt, DOnal."

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Toni V.S. said...

From THE MAN FROM TIPPERARY, Book 3 in the McCoys series:

The clip of the horse’s hooves pierced Padraig’s lust,
jerking him from his desire as well as the woman in his
arms.

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Stephanie Queen said...

from BEACHCOMBER HEAT by Stephanie Queen

“What makes you think the thief is a man?” Dane said like he knew otherwise.

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Toni V.S. said...

From THE CATTLE BARON'S KID, Book 4 of the McCoys series:

“Any woman who traveled all the way from New Orleans all by her lonesome, and then married me isn’t going to be frighted by twelve cowpokes.”

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Toni V.S. said...

From THE SUNDAY MAN, Book 5 of the McCoys series:

“There’s no way in hell I’m leaving my ranch in your
hands,” Quill declared. “I’d come back to find the bulls tending roulette wheels and the cows dolled up in bows and lip-color and hustling the ranch hands.”

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Toni V.S. said...

From THE LOST SONS, Book 6 of the McCoys series:

“Begging your pardon, sir,” Fox dared say. “Are you
offering me a position simply so you can brag you have a
real live red Indian working for you?”

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Toni V.S. said...

From THE DETERMINED BRIDE, Book 7 of the McCoys series:

“This isn’t a horse you’re buying. This is a wife…and
my cousin, I might add,” Conor exclaimed.

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Tony-Paul de Vissage said...

Lines from The Last Vampire Standing, from Class Act Books:

Fang-boy? Did I hear correctly? She called me fang-boy?
I took a step backward.

http://www.classactbooks.com/index.php/component/virtuemart/cat-romance-paranormal/the-last-vampire-standing-405-detail?Itemid=0