Happy Friday, you wonderful readers!
All ready for the weekend?
We have Guy Fawkes lighting up clear frosty skies across the land over the next couple of days. Lucky for us we can sit cozy and warm in the conservatory and watch the fireworks.
There’s plenty of fireworks in store with the next stand alone Golddigger instalment out today. Man, oh man. Miss Millie is a modern day Calamity Jane in stiletto’s and corsets who knows how to make a certain man weak at the knees. Which is all very well, but is she prepared to forgive him? Hmm. Read on and find out.
My lovely Australian readers are incredibly thoughtful. They read Millie yesterday and spent hours teasing and torturing their reader friends in the UK and the USA until the story went live. You guys are crazy in a good way. I like that about you.
Here’s Millie’s blurb:
“Money. Fame. Success.
Honey, I’m a GOLDDIGGER.
I’m truly walkin’ in high cotton.
I have it all.
Sure, I’ve gone through real hard times and made mistakes along the way.
I’m not a perfect person.
But success comes with a price.
Seems I have a stalker.
Since I’m his object of desire, the notes detailing what he’s gonna do to me have gotten everyone from the police to my boss’s knickers in a knot.
You might ask, am I scared?
’Scuse me, sistas. I’m from Texas. I learned to shoot a gun before I could walk.
A nut job don’t worry me none.
Remember I mentioned a past mistake?
Well, the mistake just walked through the door.
Cole Buchanan’s always been too good looking with a hot bod and sultry bedroom eyes. Once upon a time, Cole and I did a lot of messin’ up the straw in my daddy’s hayloft.
These days, he’s an ex-navy seal, runs a personal protection business, and looks like a man straight out of central casting for the Men in Black, complete with the shades and piss poor attitude.
And he’s here to protect me.
(Hang on a minute while I stop laughing).
But then a tragic secret from the past comes back to bite my ass, and both our lives are changed…
Thank you so much for sharing the Golddigger love, and the fabulous reviews. I’m thrilled you’re enjoying these short stories as much as I enjoyed writing them.
Up next week is SUKKI. Bless her. She’s Birdie’s favourite.